Gareth Bale may top scorer of all time for Wales. The attacker of Real Madrid scored Thursday three times in won the practice duel with China in Beijing (0-6) and brought his total on 29.
Bale (28), who for his goals 69 international matches, lost Ian Rush. The former attacker of Liverpool scored in 73 international matches 28 times.
The friendly international match in and against China, meant the debut for Ryan Giggs as coach of Wales. He saw next to Bale, who in the 63rd minute to the side was taken off, Sam Vokes (two times), Harry Wilson scoring.
Giggs (44) was in January presented as the successor to Chris Coleman. The Manchester United icon, who, among others, Albert Stuivenberg as an assistant, signed a contract for four years with the team at the european CHAMPIONSHIPS of 2016 surprisingly the semi-finals of his career.
With the bondscoachschap of his native country starts Giggs in his first tenure as head coach. The next international match is on the 28th of may, when Mexico is the opponent.