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Swans duo feature for Wales

Roberts landed his first senior cap after replacing Rangers defender Declan John for the final 31 minutes in Nanning, China.

King, meantime, played a full 90 minutes for the second time in four days having also featured in the 6-0 victory over China last Thursday.

Wales had turned on the style in their first game under Giggs, but there was no follow-up victory against an impressive Uruguay side featuring Barcelona’s Luis Suarez.

The South Americans scored the only goal of the game early in the second half through Paris Saint-Germain star Edinson Cavani.

Roberts and King will now head back to Swansea to rejoin Carlos Carvalhal's squad ahead of Saturday's Premier League trip to Manchester United.

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