Daniel James heads Wales past Czech Republic to cap game of two red cards

Daniel James heads Wales past Czech Republic to cap game of two red cards

The Guardian

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The “Robocop” was in the Czech Republic ranks but on the night Wales came out on top in a spiky game where both sides apparently broke laws to end with 10 men. Against a team renowned for their aerial ability, one of the smallest players on the pitch popped up to power in a header and get his side’s World Cup qualifying campaign up and running.

Gareth Bale picked out Daniel James with a pin-perfect cross and the winger elevated at the back post, as if under his captain’s spell, to crash in nine minutes from time.

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