WREXHAM AFC co-owner Rob McElhenney watched Wales qualify for their first World Cup in 64 years.

The match played in Cardiff last night (Sunday, June 5), saw Gareth Bale's deflected free-kick send Wales to Qatar 2022.

That will be the national team's first appearance at a World Cup since taking part in Sweden way back in 1958.

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It was also the day that Wrexham could have been playing in the National League play-off final - but Grimsby Town put an end to that dream with a dramatic 5-4 win at the Racecourse in the semi-final.

That meant that the Reds' co-owner Rob McElhenney could switch his attention to Wales' huge match instead and he seemingly did just that.

The 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' star was one of the many supporters backing Rob Page and his team on Sunday.

And the 1-0 victory went down as one of the most historic in Welsh footballing history.

A World Cup group including USA, Iran and old rivals and neighbours England now awaits Wales in Qatar at the end of this year.