The result gives Wales a faint glimmer of hope in Group A of European qualifying, as Bale scored twice late on.
“We needed it, it’s a kickstart to our campaign, hopefully it can inspire us now for the matches ahead”, Bale told the BBC.
“We all knew coming in it was a massive game for us. We let ourselves down as well as the nation last time out”, he added.
“We went a goal down but we fought back like men and it was a great result.”
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