As we reported, last night Andy King featured for Wales during their clash with Austria due to Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey still recovering from a hamstring injury.
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Usually starting on the bench, last night was Andy’s chance to impress Wales’ manager Chris Coleman who took his side to the semi-final’s of the Euro 2016 tournament, only to be beaten 2 – 0 by the eventual winners Portugal.
Former Liverpool man and Stoke City player Joe Allen scored a beauty which saw Wales go 1 – 0 up in Vienna before Austria clawed a goal back due to poor marking of Stoke’s Marko Arnautovic.
An Austrian own goal saw Wales go ahead for a second time only for Arnautovic to settle the score again.
The match ended 2 – 0 with King playing 90 minutes in midfield.
The result see’s Wales stay top of Group D on goal difference with Austria, Serbia and the Republic of Ireland all on 4 points.