Wales have won their League of Nations group and gained promotion to League A after their 3-1 win over Finland at the Cardiff City Stadium on Wednesday night.


The national team have not lost a match in their Nations League campaign, conceding just one goal in six games – with the side’s unbeaten run extending to 11 competitive games, a record for Wales!


Wales will now face some of Europe’s best international sides in the League of Nations with the team also one step closer to securing a 2022 World Cup play-off place.


Wales 3-1 Finland

Finland were down to 10 men after 12 minutes of the game, Jere Uronen receiving a red card for a foul on Harry Wilson with Wales taking advantage of the extra man with good offensive play.


Harry Wilson scored the first for Wales, a fine ball by Gareth Bale to find the Cardiff midfielder who slotted the ball passed Joronen, the Finnish goalkeeper after 29 minutes – the first goal for Wales to score in the first half of their 2020 League of Nations campaign.



Dan James scored the second seconds after the break, and what a way to score! A powerful shot from outside the penalty area doubling Wales’ advantage.

Pukki hit one back for the visitors but substitute Kieffer Moore allayed any fears when scoring the third.

Good work by Dan James on the left wing and a perfect cross for Moore to head home his first goal for Wales on home soil.

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