Chris Coleman was thrilled with the performance of the Wales national team on Friday night.
The Welsh Dragons drew 0-0 with World Cup competitors Bosnia-Herzegovina in their Group B Euro2016 qualifier at the Cardiff City Stadium and although it was only a point on home soil, manager Coleman was delighted with the showing.
"A point at home we want three, but I think the performance pleased me more than the point if I am to be honest," Coleman told Sky Sports.
"When you saw the reaction from our supporters they were brilliant tonight our supporters. When we walk out to that signing the national anthem that took me back to when I was a player and used to play at Cardiff Arms Park.
"The atmosphere was incredible and the lads stepped up.
"We were up against a very good team and we knew they were going to have chances, we knew we would have to ride our luck a little bit, but they had to ride their luck also.
"I thought our lad were absolutely magnificent so it's the proudest I have ever been of them. To a man they were heroic."
Wales defended superbly with goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey and centre-half Ashley Williams denying Bosnia's Edin Dzeko and Miralem Pjanic on a number of occasions while the likes of Gareth Bale, Hal Robson-Kanu and Williams all came close for the home side how next meet Cyprus in Cardiff on Monday.
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