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Wales Have Just Torn Belgium To Shreds With Beautiful One-Touch Football

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Wales Have Just Torn Belgium To Shreds With Beautiful One-Touch Football

Wales took an early lead against favourites Belgium in Wednesday night's World Cup qualifier with a team goal of the very highest quality.

Ryan Giggs' side got off to the best possible start In the Group E clash when Harry Wilson converted in the 10th minute after a brilliant passing move cut open the Belgian defence.

That man Wilson started the move by passing to in-form winger Gareth Bale, who then exchanged passes with Connor Roberts.

After receiving the ball back, the Spurs man delivered a wonderful first-touch ball to an on-rushing Wilson and he finished off the move in style, leaving Thibaut Courtois with no chance between the sticks. What a goal this is!

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Wales couldn't hold on to the lead for long as Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne equalised just 12 minutes later with a cracking effort from range.

Belgium winger Thorgan Hazard, who assisted the first, then made it 2-1 moments later.

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Well, that escalated quickly but it's fair to say Wales have scored one of the goals of the day.

Topics: Belgium, Football, Wales

Jack Kenmare
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