Spielstatistiken zur Begegnung Wales - Slowakei (EM-Qualifikation /, Gruppe E) mit Torschützen, Aufstellungen, Wechseln, gelben und roten Karten. Spielschema der Begegnung zwischen Wales und Slowakei () EM-Qualifikation, , Gruppe E am Sonntag, März , Uhr, Cardiff City. Richards (rein) - Ramsey (raus). Wales. 83'. Stoch (rein) - Weiss (raus). Slowakei. 81'. Robson-Kanu. Wales. 71'. Robson-Kanu (rein) - J. Williams (raus). Wales.
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Wales Slovakei Article summary Video2006 (October 7) Wales 1-Slovakia 5 (EC Qualifier).mpg
Interview: Wales captain Craig Bellamy. Low graphics Help. Live Scores. Daily E-mail. However, another substitute ensured it was Wales who took the points, despite Nemec hitting the post with four minutes left.
Bale and Robson-Kanu may steal the headlines, but Allen was the heartbeat, covering a lung-busting He jumped places to 87th in the Player Barometer after a performance in which he created two chances, won two tackles, made three interceptions and completed 42 passes.
It meant Wales boasted yet another new centre-back pairing, with Swansea City's Joe Rodon partnering Lockyer at the heart of a back four while Ethan Ampadu was chosen alongside Joe Allen in midfield, despite failing to play a single minute for RB Leipzig this term.
The match was due to be played behind closed doors following UEFA's decision to punish Slovakia due to the racist behaviour of some of their fans in a qualifying match against Hungary last month.
But there was barely an empty seat in the house, with more than 2, members of the Red Wall also in attendance after the Slovakian Football Association had successfully appealed their stadium ban.
A falcon circled the 19,seater stadium prior to kick-off, as is tradition for the side nicknamed the Falcons. And while they couldn't make a flying start as they did in the reverse fixture in March, Giggs' men started on the front foot, with Moore proving his worth in the air.
Gareth Bale - captaining his country once again with Ashley Williams left on the bench - had a shot blocked early on before Jonny Williams couldn't quite pick out Moore in the box with a cross from the left.
The home supporters continued to make full use of their cardboard clappers, but Wales were happy enough to soak in the deafening jeers as they attempted retain possession for prolonged periods.
Although the noise levels were ramped up soon after as Lockyer was caught in possession, and Robert Mak drilled an effort at goal from 12 yards out, but Ampadu was alert to make a block reminiscent of Ben Davies' goal saver against the same opposition at Euro But the Real Madrid star very nearly silenced the home supporters after darting up the right wing before crossing to Daniel James, although the Manchester United winger was unable to rise above his marker to head home.
Wayne Hennessey - who is yet to play for Crystal Palace in the Premier League this season - made a routine catch after David Hancko headed Marek Hamsik's corner goalwards.
Wales went even closer at the other end, with only the crossbar preventing Bale from scoring his third goal against Slovakia after he nodded Connor Roberts' cross goalwards.
But the away supporters were sent into raptures in the 25th minute as James beat his man on the left before lifting the ball into the box for Moore to head home his first Wales goal on only his second international appearance.
And Wales remained dangerous on the break, although they were cut open in the 36th minute which allowed Zenit St. Peterburg's Mak to fire at goal, but Hennessey was well placed to make the save.
Jonny Williams - and Giggs on the sidelines - were furious after the referee failed to award the visitors a penalty after the Charlton man was chopped down by Gyomber in the box, with Kucka drilling an effort well wide soon after.
James and Bale both tested Martin Dubravka in quick succession late on in the opening half before Kucka scuffed a shot wide with the final play of the opening And the Wales fans were beginning to ponder the jubilant scenes that would follow what was turning into something of a dream night in western Slovakia.
Giggs' men started the second half positively, with James, Moore and Jonny Williams linked up before the former drilled over while Roberts also lashed over from inside the box.
Wales had the ball in the net moments later, with Roberts firing into the bottom corner, although Slovakia had already been awarded a free-kick as Moore was adjudged to have fouled Dubravka.
Attendance: 62, . Referee: Nicola Rizzoli Italy. England . Russia . Stade Pierre-Mauroy , Villeneuve-d'Ascq.
Attendance: 38, . Referee: Damir Skomina Slovenia. Russia . Slovakia . Stade Bollaert-Delelis , Lens. Attendance: 34, .
Referee: Felix Brych Germany. England . Another booking Stoch in the book. Two mins to go Five minutes added Where has that come from?!?
Nervy finish Kucka the next player to send palpitations across Wales. Chance Pekarik comes round at the back post and jumps higher than Ben Davies.
Last 10 minutes Nervy? Us too. A second goal would really calm our nerves, lads Bale free-kick A poor free-kick from the Real Madrid man fails to test Dubravka.
Wilson so close Wilson lets fly from 12 yards from an angle but Dubravka saves well but can only parry the effort. Sub James off, Ashley Williams on.
Yellow card Duris, who has just come on, is booked for a late tackle on Connor Roberts. Slovakia chance Kucka cuts in from the angle and lets fly at Hennessey.
Routine save. Sub Duris replaces Duda for Slovakia. What a chance James does well again down the left, skins his man, advances into the box and lays it on a plate for Wilson.
Sub Tyler Roberts on for David Brooks here, who is booked as he goes off. Allen booked The Pembrokeshire Pirlo is the first Welshman in the book.
The captain then lets fly from distance. Brooks lively The youngster has picked up where he left off in the first half. James got the hosts off to a dream start with a thunderous fifth-minute effort, the Swansea winger's first goal for his country on his first competitive start.
And that was enough to give Ryan Giggs's youthful and energetic side a vital victory with which to kick off their Euro qualifying campaign, with Wales now sitting second in Group E, level on points with both Croatia and Slovakia.
There had been some raised eyebrows when Ryan Giggs named his relatively inexperienced starting lineup, but there were no questions asked when Wales opened the scoring after just five minutes.
Harry Wilson's clever flick released David Brooks down the right and despite the Bournemouth winger failing to find his intended target, Slovakia's defence gifted possession straight back to their opponents.