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SportWales player ratings: Hungary (A)

12:50  12 june  2019
12:50  12 june  2019 Source:   readsport.co

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Player Ratings . Wales : Hennessey (8), Davies (7), Mepham (7), Roberts (7), Lockyer (7), Morrell (7), Allen (8), Ramsey (9), Bale (8), Moore (8), James (8). His drive, enthusiasm and quality playing just off Moore was the catalyst for all of Wales ' dangerous play . When his country needed him in front of

Wales were ahead inside 15 minutes, Gareth Bale and Ramsey combining on their first start together for just under a year. Wayne Hennessey preserved Wales ' lead with a fantastic double save in the 33rd minute, denying two Hungary players from close range in the visitor's first attack of note

Wales player ratings: Hungary (A) © Laszlo Balogh/Getty Images Sport Hungary v Wales - UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier

Ryan Giggs and co have a mountain to climb in order to qualify for next year’s Euros.

Hungary take the spoils and put themselves in a strong position in the group along with Croatia and Slovakia. It wasn’t a game of great excitement or high quality, the play was punctuated with plenty of free kicks and stoppages.

Wales were decent at times in possession without threatening regularly but they will rue Bale’s missed chance at 1-0. On the plus side, there were some decent performances from Ethan Ampadu, Daniel James, Ashley Williams, Joe Allen and Ben Davies.

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Wales beat Hungary to book their place at Euro 2020, with Aaron Ramsey scoring twice in a 2-0 win over Hungary . Hungary will have to go again in the play -offs as the Cardiff City stadium converge in song.

Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)
Wales player ratings: Hungary (A)

This has the appearance of a time of transition for Wales after the highs of the recent past. Is Giggs the man to take the country forward? Can Bale regain his mojo?

Wales are not out of it as far as qualification goes but it has now become a big ask after no points from their last two away games.

Here is how we rated the Wales players after the game.

England Women's Player Ratings: Japan (N).
Two goals from Ellen White were enough as England won Group D with a 100% record following an impressive 2-0 win over Japan. Japan produced the first chance of the game in the 8th minute after 35-yard free-kick from Kumi Yokoyama was tipped over superbly by Karen Bardsley. England would take the lead inside the opening 15 minutes after Ellen White delicately lifted the ball over the Japanese goalkeeper Ayaka Yamashita after being played through by Georgia Stanway. The lead was almost doubled less than three minutes later after a long ranged drive from Jill Scott was parried away for a corner.

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