Wales 1-0 Belarus – Classy Daniel James gives Wales victory

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By Gareth Vincent
BBC Sport Wales in Cardiff City Stadium
Daniel James’ end gave Wales victory against Belarus in their friendly since Ryan Giggs’ team maintained a fourth successive home win.
The winger has created a start in Manchester United to life after joining from Swansea City in the summertime.
Along with the 21-year-old reproduced his team form to hand a triumph to Wales.
Giggs had urged his players to create some momentum on Friday following the hard-earned Euro 2020 qualifying triumph over Azerbaijan.
They reacted with a bright performance which should really have produced a win – although lovers were there to see it.
In the Cardiff City Stadium history, just 1 game – the 2-1 defeat by Australia from 2011 – has drawn a crowd.
Gareth Bale insisted going into this match that Wales are going ahead under Giggs, who has won seven of his 15 matches.
After criticism of Wales’ operation in the win over Azerbaijan, the Real Madrid ahead said Giggs is attempting to make.
When Azerbaijan sat profound they fought on that score Friday and Wales made hard work of splitting down.
Even with the Bale watching from the bench until the minute, it was a different story against Belarus.
Wales needed just 17 minutes to expose their competitions.
There was a warning to Belarus early on when Joe Allen led Harry Wilson and a sharp Welsh break drove goalwards.
Goalkeeper Maksim Plotnikov left a respectable save, but he was helpless if Joe Morrell fed Jonny Williams plus that he sent James.
In what is quickly becoming a signature move, the 15m United signing cut to his right foot before bending the ball inside the far post.
James’ target was the most memorable period of this half.
He made way as Wales’ management of the competition continued, together with Wilson heading when a routine finished with his cross-shot coming straight off the far post close.
Before Bale missed when he seemed certain to score having been chosen from Wilson kieffer Moore then headed wide.
Since Bale pointed out, of course, the aim is to claim a spot in Euro 2020 – and what happened here will have little impact on that front.
However, this is also a step in the perfect path and a functionality , albeit a tiny one.
Giggs made five changes to the side that began the Azerbaijan game, together with Ethan Ampadu, Neil Taylor, Wayne Hennessey, Tom Lawrence and Bale dropping out.
In their place came Danny Ward, Jonny Williams Ben Davies and two debutants, Morrell and Moore.
Wigan striker Moore along with Lincoln’s on-loan Bristol City midfielder Morrell will recall it, although A event this match could have been.
While Wales was given a physical presence in attack by the towering Moore, morrell was tidy and neat in midfield alongside Allen.
Of individuals who came to the side, it was possibly after Wales return to action, Williams who produced the case for participation.
The 25-year-old began on the back of a spell at Charlton Athletic for his country for the very first time in over three decades, and he offered craft to the ball which had been lacking at times against Azerbaijan’s kind to Wales.
He face World Cup finalists Croatia with this floor in two pivotal qualifying games and then could be useful when Wales visit Slovakia.
With a bit of luck Juventus’ Aaron Ramsey is going to be matched to offer his guile to Giggs’ side by then also.
Jonny Williams – earning his first Wales start since Euro 2016, the attacking midfielder showed glimpses of his undoubted quality in a tough screen.

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