This is how the Welsh players evaluated their World Cup qualifier against Belgium.
Danny Ward – 6
Well saved from Origi in 10 minutes, although you’d expect him to. Pretty much blind to De Bruyne’s strike. Rooted in place for Hazard’s sublime effort. Alert when needed.
Chris Mepham – 6
Replacing the suspended Ampadu, bought back for an error in the first half with a number of head clearances. Make a fierce demonstration in the second half against him.
Joe Rodon – 7
The Spurs man was always sensitive to situations and mopped up anything and everything that came his way. Well treated with Origi. Stole possession of Belgium and launched an attack Moore couldn’t finish. Won smart fouls under pressure.
Ben Davies – 6
Gave the ball into a danger zone to all of De Bruyne, but it went unpunished. Conceded a free kick that almost gave Hazard a sensational goal. Digged out as Wales saw the game come out and put in a good block in added time.
Connor Roberts – 7
Has advanced pretty much from the start and played almost like a right winger. Such positivity from the Burnley man. Did a hash to the right of a 50 minute attempt but a good overall performance.
Aaron Ramsey – 6
The skipper didn’t see as much balloon as he would have liked, especially in the first half. Improved in the second period. But what an effort given his lack of club action. Replaced.
Joe Allen – 6
He did a tremendous amount of defensive work, but found himself overtaken by the Belgian giants on set pieces. Did not react quickly enough for De Bruyne’s opener. Crashed into the ground in the second half.
Joe Morrell – 6
Replaced Harry Wilson in the starting XI, like Allen, he did a good job of spoiling. Saw more of the ball in the second half and stepped on as needed. Booked and will now miss the first play-off.
Neco Williams – 8 STAR MAN
He picked up where he left off against Belarus and, like Roberts, he went up and down his flank like a yo-yo. Constantly rode James. Brilliant late effort. It must give Jurgen Klopp something to think about.
Daniel James – 7
As always, had her man’s beat for the beat. Showed persistence to get his cross for Moore’s goal. In a hurry, once again. Was a big part of the late bet increase.
Kieffer Moore –7
Back from suspension, the pressing game was excellent. Did what he does best and got down and made a nuisance of himself. Couldn’t capitalize on Boyata’s big mistake early on, but took his goal off his weaker foot so well. Reserved, of course.
Johnson (for Ramsey 90) – N / A
Unused subtitles: Hennessey, A Davies, Gunter, Wilson, T Roberts, J Williams, Colwill, Norrington-Davies, Lawrence, Vaulks, Thomas.