Wales 3 - 1 Iceland

Match info: International at Cardiff City Stadium

Date: 05/03/2014 KO: 19:45 Ref: Eiko Saar Att: 13,219

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers

Wales

James Collins 12
Sam Vokes 64
Gareth Bale 70

3
vs
1

Iceland

Johann Berg Gudmundsson 26

FT (ht: 1-1)

 

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  • Bjarnason lets fly from 25 yards and his effort is just wide.

    90+2
  • We will have a minimum of three minutes of added time.

    90
  • Sub Jonsson is booked for a late challenge.

    89
  • Sverrisson meets the resulting corner and his header from six-yards is parried by Hennessey before Gunter hacks the ball clear.

    88
  • Gabbidon is forced to give away a late corner as he makes a good and timely challenge on Sigurdsson.

    87
  • Credit to Iceland who have kept going forward but Wales have defended well throughout.

    86
  • Iceland have a free-kick after a foul by Ricketts but Wales get it clear.

    85
  • Ben Davies comes on for the impressive Robson-Kanu.

    84
  • Robson-Kanu goes down after a fierce challenge from Arnason but is quickly back on his feet.

    83
  • Bjarnason tries to get forward but is angry to be penalised for a foul on Gunter.

    82
  • Kristinn Jonsson comes on for Skulason in another Iceland change.

    81
  • The visitors then earn a corner but Sverrisson's header is easily held by keeper Hennessey.

    80
  • They have a free-kcik in Wales territory but play it short and are forced backwards by good home pressing.

    79
  • Bale's third goal was excellent but it has perhaps denied us a grandstand finish unless Iceland can pull a goal back soon.

    78
  • Sverrisson looks to break for the visitors but Gunter gets in a great challenge.

    77
  • The corner is cleared but Allen gets it back and his low cross falls to Gabbidon but his shot is blocked from eight yards.

    76
  • Robson-Kanu robs the ball off Arnason and his rasping drive from 25 yards is parried by the keeper.

    75
  • Bjorn Sverrisson comes on for Sigthorsson as Iceland make a change.

    74
  • Jack Collison replaced Andy King for Wales.

    73
  • You have to say Wales are good vale for their lead, although Iceland have played their full part in a good game.

    72

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