Well, finally Wales defeated Turkey after a thrilling encounter in Baku and made significant progress towards qualifying for the second round of the 2020 European Cup. The capital of Azerbaijan has more than 30,000 spectators, effectively making it a home-to-Turkey match. Wales responded to the hostile climate with an enthusiastic offensive performance, and they cut their opponents at will. After panting and missing many opportunities in the first half, Gareth Bale played an extraordinary performance.
Despite the strong return of Turkey, when captain Bell took a penalty on the crossbar, Wales wasted a great opportunity to consolidate the lead. Welsh’s defense had some tense junctures as they withstood the Turkish offensives making an important late save with Danny Ward and rejected Merich Demiral. But Conor Roberts hit the ball from a corner in stoppage time to conserve a victory, taking Wales to four points with one game left in the group stage. That final competition.
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