Wales snatched a late 1-0 win in their international friendly against Trinidad and Tobago in Wrexham as Ben Woodburn scored an injury-time winner.
But he was not the highest Wales scorer in our Player Rater as debutant Will Vaulks received a mark of 6.21, compared with Woodburn's score of 5.80.
Trinidad and Tobago, ranked 93rd in the world, battled hard against a Wales side 74 places above them in the rankings and received high marks across the board.
Substitute Neveal Hackshaw top scored with a total of 7.95, while their goalkeeper Marvin Phillip was their lowest performer, although his score of 7.37 was still higher than any Welshman.
Player of the match
Squad number7Player nameVaulks Squad number10Player nameWoodburn Squad number9Player nameRoberts Squad number4Player nameDummett Squad number1Player nameWard Squad number14Player nameHedges Squad number21Player nameDavies Squad number11Player nameThomas Squad number2Player nameGunter Squad number15Player nameLawrence Squad number3Player nameTaylor Squad number6Player nameWilliams Squad number17Player nameMatondo Squad number16Player nameEvans Squad number13Player nameJohn
Trinidad and Tobago
Squad number15Player nameHackshaw
Squad number9Player namePlaza
Squad number10Player nameGarcía
Squad number8Player nameHyland
Squad number11Player namePeltier
Squad number19Player nameGeorge
Squad number18Player nameHodge
Squad number7Player nameCato
Squad number13Player nameLewis
Squad number5Player nameCyrus
Squad number2Player nameDavid
Squad number23Player namePaul
Squad number4Player nameBateau
Squad number1Player namePhillip