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Live Reporting

Philip Marsh

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  1. That's all folks!

    Thanks for your company this evening.

    Denmark have a Nations League match against the Republic of Ireland on Monday, while Wales travel to Albania for a friendly the day after.

  2. Bale praises the opposition

    “We’re disappointed not to win the group and at least get a draw to keep ourselves in with a chance of winning it,” Gareth Bale told Sky Sports.

    “They’re a good team and obviously had a good World Cup, they’re very highly ranked."

    Bale and Ramsey
  3. Full match report

    Denmark have clinched the top spot in the Nations League Group B.

    Read how they did it here.

    Denmark celebrate goal
  4. 'I thought we put a shift in'

    Wales' standout player David Brooks said: "I thought we held our own... we knew it would be a tough game.

    "The team performed really well and on another day we'd take our chances and come away with a win."

    David Brooks
  5. Full time verdict

    Danny Gabbidon

    Former Wales defender on BBC Radio 5 Live

    I thought the way Denmark controlled the game – the game management, the experience they have and made it so difficult to break down. The way they took the goals was fantastic.

    Wales showing that naivety of youth – they’ll be disappointed with the two goals that they conceded.

  6. Inexperience has cost us tonight

    Wales 1-2 Denmark

    Nia Jones

    Former Wales international at the Cardiff City Stadium

    The experience has told tonight, Denmark have been together a long, long time compared to Wales and you've seen that tonight. The effort has been there.

  7. Reaction coming up...

    Stick around as we'll be getting the views from the players and managers at Cardiff City Stadium.

    Gareth Bale

    Wales 1-2 Denmark

    It's Denmark who are promoted to the Nations League Group A.

    Wales will remain in Group B.

  9. It's now or never for Wales

    Wales 1-2 Denmark

    Wales are desperately trying to get the ball up the pitch with just seconds to go.


    Wales 1-2 Denmark

    Kasper Schmeichel is booked for wasting time on a free-kick.


    Wales 1-2 Denmark

    Among all the excitement, Wales captain Ashley Williams saw yellow.

    Ashley Williams

    Wales 1-2 Denmark

    The fourth official holds up the board which signals five minutes will be added on.