Wales celebrate victory

11th October 2013
Swans defender Neil Taylor helped Wales secure a morale-boosting victory in their penultimate 2014 World Cup qualifier against Macedonia at Cardiff City Stadium.
With Wales ravaged by withdrawals, the left-back played a full 90 minutes on the right as Simon Church grabbed the all-important goal for a makeshift side.
Church fired home from eight yards after Aaron Ramsey and Craig Bellamy combined well in the 67th minute.
Ramsey also had a late penalty saved by Tome Pacovski, but it didn't stop Chris Coleman's side moving ahead of Macedonia and Scotland in the group.
Swans duo Jazz Richards and Daniel Alfei were also included on the bench.

Meanwhile, Swans midfielder Lee Lucas helped Wales U21s to a 2-0 victory over Lithuania in their Euro 2015 qualifier.
Lucas played the full 90 minutes at Bangor's Nantporth Stadium as Wales secured their second Group One victory courtesy of two penalties from Man United's Tom Lawrence.
Swans defender Scott Tancock was an unused substitute in the game.

Goalkeeper Michel Vorm started in Holland's thumping 8-1 victory over Hungary, with Robin van Persie grabbing a hat-trick.

All Swansea eyes were also focussed on events in Mallorca where Michu was handed his first international cap for Spain in their World Cup qualifiers against Belarus.
Michu started for the world champions as the central striker, but saw very little of the ball as Belarus put 10 men behind the ball.
He was eventually replaced on the hour as Spain won 2-1 and will be hoping for a second appearance against Georgia in Albacete on Tuesday.