Wales Under-21s suffered a one-sided defeat to Finland U21s in their second Euro 2015 qualifier in Bangor's Nantporth Stadium.
Manchester City Midfielder Emyr Huws scored Wales' only goal with a penalty at the start of the second half.
The home side were 4-0 behind at half-time, with Finland's striker Tim Vayrynen grabbing a hat-trick.
Forward Kastriot Kastrati and midfielder Moshtagh Yaghoubi scored Finland's other goals.
Manager Geraint Williams will have been disappointed with his side's defeat after they began their campaign in March with a 1-0 win over Moldova at Llanelli's Parc y Scarlets.
A sell-out crowd of 1, 023 turned up to watch Wales in the first under-21 international to be staged in Bangor since 1983.
Group One also includes England, San Marino and Lithuania with the finals taking place in the Czech Republic.