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Wales Beat Liechtenstein 2-0

Wales Beat Liechtenstein 2-0

Ashley Williams is once again in the Wales starting line-up as they currently lead lead Liechtenstein 1-0 in their World Cup Qualifying match.

LINE-UPS:

Liechtenstein: Jehle, Ritzberger, Oehri, Eberle, D'Elia, Kieber, Rechsteiner, Ronny Buchel, Rohrer, Frick, Hasler.

Subs: Bicer, Stefan Buchel, Roger Beck, Christen, Polverino.

Wales: Myhill, Gunter, Bale, Morgan, Collins, Williams, Vaughan, Ramsey, Edwards, Church, Easter.

Subs: Price, Eardley, Nyatanga, Vokes, Bradley, King, MacDonald.

David Vaughan opened the scoring for John Toshack's side after just 16 minutes. Gareth Bale had been causing problems down the left flank since kick off and he created the opening goal as Vaughan converted his cross from close range.

Shaun MacDonald also features on the substitutes bench.

Arsenal youngster Aaron Ramsey has doubled Wales' lead with his first goal for his country.

Latest: Liechtenstein 0-2 Wales



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Wednesday October 14 2009
Time: 7:55PM

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opposition had two good chances to equalise though!
merlin
14/10/2009 20:17:00
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what a dire game.
GThomas
14/10/2009 23:18:00
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