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King impresses as Giggs' Wales make winning start

King, who is on loan from Leicester City, played the full game as Wales thumped the hosts in the opening game of the China Cup.

Gareth Bale scored a hat-trick to become Wales' all-time leading scorer - surpassing Ian Rush's total of 28.

Sam Vokes bagged a brace, with King laying on an assist for the Burnley striker's first effort, while Liverpool's Harry Wilson scored on his 21st birthday.

Connor Roberts, meanwhile, was an unused substitute for Wales, who now face either Uruguay or the Czech Republic in the final on Monday.

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