Aaron Ramsey fired Wales to Euro 2020 as a 2-0 victory over Hungary in Cardiff sealed their place in next summer's finals.
Ramsey, making his first Wales start in over a year after being dogged by injuries, scored in each half as Ryan Giggs' side leapfrogged Hungary into second spot in Group E.
The Juventus midfielder headed Wales into a 15th-minute lead to settle the nerves of a capacity Cardiff City Stadium crowd.
Ramsey's second just after the restart was his 16th international goal, taking him past the great John Charles on the all-time Wales scoring list and into joint-seventh place.
Victory secured Wales' third appearance at a major tournament, coming just four years after their second when the Dragons reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016.
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- This win secured Wales’ qualification to EURO 2020, only the third major tournament (World Cup and European Championship) they have qualified for, after the 1958 World Cup and EURO 2016.
- Wales have won back-to-back competitive games for the first time under Ryan Giggs, having last done so in October 2017 under Chris Coleman (three in a row).
- Hungary have now lost six of their last seven away games in major tournament qualification (World Cup and European Championships), failing to score in five of those.
- Aaron Ramsey netted what was his first brace for Wales in his 60th appearance for his national side; he scored as many goals tonight as he had in his previous 12 international matches.
- Wales’ opener was scored by Aaron Ramsey and assisted by Gareth Bale, the first time Bale had set up a goal for Ramsey for their national team since March 2015 against Israel, 4 years and 236 days ago.
- Gareth Bale has been directly involved in 12 goals in his last 11 home competitive games for Wales, scoring nine and assisting three.