Denmark beat Wales 2-1 to top their Nations league group

Denmark reduced Wales with 2-1 win in Cardiff to top their Nations League groupB4 and in the process condemned Ireland to bottom place in the group.

Nicolai Jorgensen gave Denmark a half-time lead and Martin Braithwaite's superb volley two minutes  added to their tally to end Welsh hopes. Gareth Bale quickly response, sliding home his 31st international goal.

          But in what was proving a lively opening Wales settled and went close to scoring twice inside a minut

Wales had an even better chance moments later when Ramsey's back-heel allowed David Brooks to cross and James Chester headed wide from six yards out. 

Bale almost equalised when his free-kick was brilliantly clawed away by Kasper Schmeichel and tempers threatened to boil over in the final moments after some poor challenges.

There was even more late drama as Braithwaite and Bale struck inside a minute, but Denmark held on to clinch promotion and leave Wales in second.

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