Gareth Bale said Wales should learn the “dark arts” to break up play when vital after his side yielded a late champ at home to the Netherlands in the Nations League on Wednesday.
Wales, who protected their spot at the World Cup with a playoff win against Ukraine, levelled in the second moment of stoppage time however neglected to see the game out as Wout Weghorst grabbed a 2-1 win with a jumping header minutes after the fact.
Weghorst’s objective came after Frenkie de Jong had sliced through a few Welsh difficulties in midfield, and Bale expressed one of his partners ought to have fouled the Dutch player to stop him.
“To get the adjuster and then yield was destroying, yet we need to learn the dark arts to bring him down,” Bale, who came on in the 77th moment, told telecaster S4C.
“We want to involve this as a learning experience. Assuming that reoccurs in the World Cup, we want to do what we want to do … at the point when you play the top groups and don’t do the things you want to do, and you get rebuffed.”
Interval chief Page said Wales was not “Sufficiently streetwise” to obtain the outcome.
“It was an extraordinary open door; however, we showed naivety in seeing the game out. That is an important lesson to learn,” he added.
On Saturday, Wales, grouped with the United States, Iran and England in Qatar, have Belgium in the Nations League.