Aaron Ramsey won his 50th Wales cap on Saturday night during the Red Dragons’ 1-0 win over Georgia.
Rambo has now been capped 50 times for Wales, which puts him level with the likes of ex-Southampton goalkeeper Paul Jones and former Derby County defender Rod Thomas.
During the 1-0 2018 World Cup qualifier win over Georgia, the 26-year-old managed to assist Tom Lawrence’s match winner.
Rambo also had a chance to put his country 1-0 ahead early on but missed.
Wales are now second in Group D, just one point behind Serbia. However, they’re also a single point above the Republic of Ireland, so it’s hard to predict who will qualify.
Chris Coleman’s side can obtain automatic qualification if they beat the Republic of Ireland on Monday and Serbia fail to win against Georgia.
Rambo’s side deserved the win with our midfielder playing particularly well after being given plenty of freedom to wander around in the absence of Gareth Bale. Wales had 10 shots in total, three of which were on target, despite having 8% less possession.
— Aaron Ramsey (@aaronramsey) October 6, 2017
The midfielder took to Twitter post-match to celebrate the win before normal service resumed and he started posting about elephants.
Reaching 50 caps is huge for Rambo, who’s still a relatively young player. As it stands, no one’s yet to reach 100 for Wales (Neville Southall was the closest with 92) so perhaps that gives our midfielder maestro something to aim for.
Nacho Monreal was an unused sub for Spain during their 3-0 win against Albania on Friday evening.