A 0-0 draw against Israel sees Aaron Ramsey’s Wales miss out on Euro 2016 qualification.

Rambo started for Wales in the Group B stalemate, which just wasn’t enough to see them through to France 2016 at this point. They weren’t without chances, but the midfielder’s team is bound to be frustrated with a late Gareth Bale goal, which was ruled out for being offside.

While a win would have allowed them to qualify immediately, Wales now still have to play Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Andorra in October to find out where they stand.

Wales have only been in one competition in their footballing history – the World Cup back in 1958 – so qualifying for the Euros would be huge for their country. In addition, they have some of the strongest players they’ve ever had and are playing some of the most attractive football they’ve ever played.

Qualifying shouldn’t be a problem for them. However, it’s unwanted pressure that the team don’t need, when they really should have taken their chances against Israel and cruised through on Sunday.