Ryan Giggs has his first match as coach of Wales is not missed. The former lefty of Manchester United saw his team Thursday, a 0-6 victory books against China. Gareth Bale kicked in the Welsh history books.
The 28-year-old Bale scored in the Chinese Nanning three times and dethroned as Ian Rush as topschutter of all time in Wales. The attacker of Real Madrid is now at 29 goals, one more than Liverpoolicoon Rush. That made it 28 in 73 international matches. Bale is sitting at 69 matches for his country.
Sam Vokes (2) and Harry Wilson made Thursday for the other hits.
Ryan Giggs is on the bench for Wales, the successor Chris Coleman, and took ex-Genkcoach Albert Stuivgenberg in his staff. Coleman stepped in after the missed qualification for the world cup in Russia. Under Coleman had Wales gestunt during the european CHAMPIONSHIPS of 2016 in France. Bale and co took out the last four after winning against Belgium in the quarter-finals.