WELSH fans were treated to plenty of goals as international football returned to Wrexham for the first time in four years.

There was a crowd of 10,008 in attendance as Wales ran out 4-0 winners over Gibraltar at the STok Cae Ras.

Captain for the evening Ben Davies opened the scoring after 22 minutes, before Kieffer Moore doubled the hosts lead four minutes later.

Nathan Broadhead’s whipped finish made it 3-0, before Moore headed home his second and Wales’s fourth just before the break.

It was a rather passive second half, with Wales having plenty of the ball without adding to the scoresheet but it was a case of job done, and Rob Page would certainly have been pleased with his side preventing the visitors from even registering a shot.

The Welsh boss named a relatively inexperienced side for the game against the 198th ranked side in the world, with Sunday’s vital Euro qualifier against Croatia on the horizon.

Here's how they ranked:

Danny Ward: Can't remember him touching the ball, replaced at half time - 6.

Neco Williams: Looked sharp throughout, started on the left before moving to the right but was a constant threat - 7. 

Joseph Low: Solid at the back in his first start and came close to scoring in the second half - 7.

Regan Poole: Wasn't really troubled on his debut, but did the basics well and looked assured on the ball - 7.

Ben Davies: Opened the scoring and looked a class above in the first half - 8.

Charlie Savage: Very impressive on debut, showed a good range of passing, got stuck in when needed to and created Wales' second goal - 8.

Jordan James: A good 45 minutes in midfield alongside Savage, regularly won the ball back which allowed Wales to sustain attacks - 7.

Liam Cullen: A good showing from the debutant, had a few chances to get on the scoresheet, but solid overall - 7.

Wes Burns: Replaced after 14 minutes through injury. N/A.

Nathan Broadhead: Very good throughout. Set up the first goal and scored brilliantly to cap off a great performance - 8.

Kieffer Moore: Two goals and job done for Moore, who was taken off at half-time ahead of Sunday's game.


Dan James: A bright spark after coming on early, set up two goals and could've got one himself, but was denied by the post - 7.

Wayne Hennessey: Similar to Ward, had nothing to do after coming on at the break - 6.

Tom Lockyer: Came on at half time, had very little to do in a slow second half - 6.

Josh Sheehan: Created a couple of half chances and looked good in possession - 7.

Tom Bradshaw: Almost got Wales' fifth but didn't have too much involvement in the second half - 6.

Harry Wilson: Local lad replaced another local lad in Williams, but didn't do an awful lot after coming on - 6.