Wales ended their Euro 2020 preparation with a 0-0 draw against Albania at Cardiff City Stadium.
Here’s how Rob Page’s men fared.
WAYNE HENNESSEY 6
Didn’t really have much to do for much of the game, but didn’t look troubled when called upon.
ETHAN AMPADU 6
Looked a little rusty after sitting out the game against France. Will be better for the minutes under his belt, mind. Subbed at half-time
CHRIS MEPHAM 6
Was done far too easily in the first half for Manaj’s chance, but otherwise did little wrong.
BEN DAVIES (capt) 7
Solid as ever at the back, and showed some endeavour going forward, but just couldn’t make it click. A solid showing on his 60th appearance.
NECO WILLIAMS 7 – star man
A surprise inclusion in the XI after his red card on Wednesday. Took a while to get going but was arguably the brightest attacking threat after the break. A strong showing.
JOE ALLEN 7
Did his best to make things happen in the middle of the park, but couldn’t find that killer final ball. Showed promising signs of getting back to his best, though.
DYLAN LEVITT 6
Worked hard in the middle of the park, but couldn’t really stamp his authority on the game. Improved in the second half.
RHYS NORRINGTON-DAVIES 7
Really benefited from change of system at half-time and looked lively.
DAVID BROOKS 7
Looked quite sharp, actually. Played some decent balls into the box and worked his socks off out wide.
AARON RAMSEY 7
Employed in the ‘false nine’ role. Had some promising flashes at goal, but seldom looked like scoring. Much improved after the break in his more familiar role behind the striker. A pleasing performance, overall.
TYLER ROBERTS 6
Struggled to really make an impact, but made some decent runs in the final third.
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Kieffer Moore (on for Ampadu 45) – Gave Wales a more defined attacking focus. A solid cameo from the bench – 7
Joe Rodon (on for Davies 61) – Solid as ever, but wasn’t really tested too much as Wales enjoyed attacking momentum – 6
Matt Smith (on for Allen 61) – Decent showing. Teed up Neco Williams for what was the game’s best chance – 6
Harry Wilson (on for Ramsey 61) – Had a couple of sights at goal and looked lively – 7
Gareth Bale (on for Roberts 70) – Showed flashes of attacking quality Wales missed for much of the afternoon – 6
Jonny Williams (on for Brooks 76) – Played his part in a refreshed midfield in the second half – 6