At least the hangover from Euro 2016 seems to have been shaken off by the Welsh, who entered qualifying as a top-seeded team but haven't played like one.
The Welsh players virtually became overnight sensations.
"He did a real good job versus Austria in a tough game, he came off the pitch and Ben scored a famous goal".
Georgia's first chance of note saw Otar Kakabadze whip in an impressive cross from which Giorgi Kvilitaia sent a free header wide from eight yards in a huge let-off for Wales, leaving the scores level at half-time. There is more to Coleman's side than just one man it seems. 'We'll do our best and start to look ahead to the next qualification campaign, ' said Weiss (pictured above).
"A point maybe OK, but we'll go for three points. that's the way it's set up".
Ramsey is one of seven Wales players on a yellow card, which is far from ideal given Wales are in a position where they can ill-afford to lose anyone to suspension for the Ireland game. The midfielder has been warned to put club before country as the war of words escalates between the management teams of the Irish and the Toffees.
The midfielder missed last month's qualifiers with a thigh injury but proved his fitness by getting Burnley's victor at Everton last Sunday. What a time to score your first worldwide goal.
A second-ever World Cup appearance just got that bit closer for the Dragons.
Gordon Strachan's men have enjoyed a renaissance on the back of a great draw at home to England in June and that momentum and a vociferous Hampden Park crowd can carry them to a third win on the bounce. Burnley forward Walters is missing with a knee problem, robbing Ireland of someone who has become more important to his global team than his club sides.
FIFA's play-off riddle of nine into eight does not go means one group runner-up will miss out on next month's final shot at making Russian Federation 2018.
REIGNING world champions Germany visit Belfast tomorrow night and in many respects Northern Ireland can treat this as a glamorous exhibition game.