WALES 2 SLOVAKIA 1
Wales started their Euro 2016 campaign in style with a 2-1 victory over Slovakia in Bordeaux.
Substitute Hal Robson-Kanu was the hero in Bordeaux as he latched on to a loose ball 10 minutes from time and finish past Matus Kozacik in the Slovakia goal.
Gareth Bale had earlier given Wales a 10th-minute lead with a trademark free-kick, the 20th goal for his country, but substitute Ondrej Duda equalised just after the hour mark as Slovakia began to turn the screw.
However, Robson-Kanu - a striker currently without a club - supplied a dramatic end to a game in which Wales had to defend for their lives at times and protect back-up goalkeeper Danny Ward.
The Liverpool man was called in at the 11th hour after first-choice stopper Wayne Hennessey suffered a back spasm on the eve of the game.