LUFC Dawson makes instant impression for Wales
Young Leeds United midfielder Chris Dawson made an instant impression on his Wales under 21 debut.
Dawson came on after 64 minutes with the game goalless against Iceland at Llanelli.
Wales went on to win 3-0 with three goals in the final twelve minutes and the young Leeds midfielder played his part, setting up the second goal.
Wales went ahead thanks to a strike from Bristol City winger Wes Burns and two minutes later, a ball by Dawson set up Crystal Palace midfielder Jonathan Williams, who fired into the top corner.
The host added a third in the final minute when Wrexham striker Robert Ogleby blasted into the roof of the net from close range.
The win was a first at the third attempt for new under 21 coach Geraint Williams who is preparing his side for the European 2015 qualifiers that start later this year.
Wales face a tough task to qualify with England amongst their opponents in the group stage.
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