Wales up and running after Daniel James’ early strike sinks Slovakia

It was anything but convincing and there were plenty of anxious moments for Wales to endure on an afternoon when Slovakia will wonder how on earth they failed to score, but all that matters for Ryan Giggs and his players right now is that their qualification campaign is up and running with a victory. Daniel James, the Swansea City winger, provided the game’s defining moment when he marked his first competitive start for Wales with an early goal.

Ultimately, though, Wales were hugely indebted to Wayne Hennessey for making several excellent second-half saves, with the pick of them being the reflex stop that kept out a header from Michal Duris, the Slovakia substitute. When David Hancko missed his kick from six yards out seconds later it rather summed up Slovakia’s day.

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Source: Football News
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