Goals and Highlights: Wales 0-0 Estonia in World Cup Qualifying 2021
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4:49 PM16 days ago

90'

The match ended with a scoreless draw.
4:35 PM16 days ago

86'

Cambio Estonia. EntranMarkus Poom y Marco Lukka, salen Maksim Paskotski, Vladislav Kreida
4:25 PM16 days ago

79'

Yellow card for Vladislav Kleida
4:20 PM16 days ago

73'

Caution to Joe Morrell of Wales
4:19 PM16 days ago

71'

Estonia change. Vlasiy Sinyavsiy and Erik Sorga are in, Rauno Sappinen and Henri Anier are out.
4:09 PM16 days ago

63'

Gareth! Bale tried a three-footed shot and the ball went very close to the rival goal
4:08 PM16 days ago

63'

Wales change. Mark Harris in, Tyler Roberts out
3:56 PM16 days ago

46'

Second half begins
3:37 PM16 days ago

Half time

Wales and Estonia draw goalless
3:34 PM16 days ago

45'

Four minutes of compensation will be added to this first part.
3:34 PM16 days ago

40'

Close! Estonia has the first danger, with H. Anier's long-range attempt hitting the crossbar.
3:24 PM16 days ago

57'

Wales change. Jonathan Williams replaces Harry Wilson due to injury. 
3:16 PM16 days ago

30'

Estonia change. Michael Lilander enters, the cautioned Sander Puri comes off.
3:16 PM16 days ago

24'

Sander Puri is cautioned.
3:10 PM16 days ago

24'

Roberts' cross shot inches wide of the right post.
3:03 PM16 days ago

17'

Gareth Bale crosses for Wilson who cannot finish comfortably in front of the goalkeeper's crossbar
2:59 PM16 days ago

13'

Wales started on the left flank, the home team tried to get into the box with a change of play but the ball went out of play.
2:48 PM16 days ago

Kickoff

Wales and Estonia kick off on the Cardiff turf
2:40 PM16 days ago

Group E

We are about to start and this is what Group E of the European Qualifiers looks like so far.
2:37 PM16 days ago

In home

This is how the fans received the home team outside the stadium.

 

2:35 PM16 days ago

Captain

Gareth Bale is the most important figure in the Wales squad, the Real Madrid star wears the captain's armband for his national team and the team shared a photo of the armband next to his shirt number.
2:18 PM16 days ago

Estonia's substitutes

1 Matvel Igonen
22 Karl Andre Vallner
6 Marko Lukka
9 Erik Sorga
10 Sergei Zenjov
11 Vlasiy Sinyavskiy
13 Michael Lilander
17 Martin Miller
19 Robert Kirss
20 Markus Poom
21 Rasmus Peetson
23 Tajio Teniste
2:17 PM16 days ago

Wales' substitutes

1 Wayne Hennessey
21 Tom King
3 James Lawrence
6 Joe Rodon
10 Jonny Williams
13 Rubin Colwill
14 Brennan Johnson
17 Rhys Norrington - Davies
18 Mark Harris
19 Mathhew Smith 
22 Ben Woodburn
23 Dylan Levitt
2:15 PM16 days ago

In memorian

The Welsh national team will dedicate the match in memory of Gary Speed, who lost his life ten years ago and would have been 52 years old today.
2:03 PM16 days ago

Estonia's starting lineup

12 Karle Hein
2 Märten Kuusk
4 Mattias Käit
5 Vladislav Kreida
7 Sander Puri
8 Henri Anier
14 Konstantin Vassijev
15 Rauno Sappinen
16 Maksim Paskotsi
18 Karol Mets
1:58 PM16 days ago

Wale's starting lineup

12 Danny Ward 
2 Chris Gunter
4 Ben Davies
5 Chris Mepham
7 Joe Allen
8 Harry Wilson
9 Tyler Roberts
11 Gareth Bale
15 Ethan Ampadu
16 Joe Morrell
20 Daniel James
1:53 PM16 days ago

Not far to go

A few minutes before the start of the match between Wales vs Estonia, this is how the field of the Cardiff Stadium looks like. The European Qualifiers are slowly coming to an end and Wales wants to continue competing for the second place in Group E, in which they are in third place, one point behind Czech Republic. As for Estonia, the outlook looks extremely complicated as they are at the bottom of the group with three defeats.
1:48 PM16 days ago

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1:43 PM16 days ago

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1:38 PM16 days ago

What time is Wales vs Estonia match for World Cup Qualifying?

This is the start time of the game Wales vs Estonia of  8th September 2022 in several countries:

USA (ET): 14:40 PM 
Spain: 19:45 PM 
Mexico: 13:45 PM 

1:33 PM16 days ago

Cardiff City Stadium

Cardiff City Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm Dina Caerdydd) is a stadium in the city of Cardiff (Wales), with a capacity of 26 828 spectators is the home of Cardiff City Football Club and the second stadium of the National Team, who previously played at Ninian Park, and Cardiff Blues rugby. It is currently the second largest stadium in the city of Cardiff and Wales after the Millennium Stadium. It was officially opened on July 22, 2009 with a friendly soccer match between Cardiff City and Celtic FC.
1:28 PM16 days ago

Estonia key player

As for the visitors' biggest "threat," Henri Anier has scored three of Estonia's six goals in the Qualifiers so far.
1:23 PM16 days ago

Wales key player

Gareth Bale is on a roll and has been involved in all of Wales' goals to date in this Knockout campaign (three goals, two assists), giving Wales a win rate of 60% of their last five internationals in which the Real Madrid player has scored the final goal (G3, E1, P1).
1:18 PM16 days ago

Estonia

Estonia has scored first and before halftime in its last two away games in the Playoffs, but confidence is not abounding in its ranks and it already looks all but eliminated after three rounds of Group E play. Baltic Cup aside, it has been almost three years since Estonia won an official away game - they have played eight since then and have yet to win (E2, P6).

Regardless of Estonia's dizziness, entertainment should be available in any case, as the 'Sinisärgid' have scored at least twice in each of their three World Cup Qualifiers matches so far.Estonia has conceded 5.0 goals per game on average so far in the Qualifiers.

1:13 PM16 days ago

Wales

Gareth Bale's hat-trick in the previous matchday (3-2 win over Belarus) helped Wales leave Kazan with a return of six points after their first three 2022 World Cup qualifiers (G2, P1). This has taken them to third place in Group E, sparking dreams of a first World Cup finals appearance since 1958.
Wales are seven points behind group leaders Belgium, but have two games in hand and should take advantage, especially if they play at home. Surprisingly, Wales are unbeaten in 13 home matches (G10, E3) and that helped them to bring their win rate at Cardiff City Stadium to 45.83 % (G11, E7, P6).
Considering that the 'Dragons have also scored first in six of their last seven home knockout matches (G4, E2, P1), their favorite status is undisputed. Moreover, the presence of a penalty is not out of the question - Wales' three knockout clashes so far have averaged 1.33 penalties per game.
 
1:08 PM16 days ago

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