Wales have qualified for the next round of this summer’s European Championships, with Daniel James and Dylan Levitt now set to represent their country in the next phase of the tournament.
Wales, who enjoyed a fairytale ride in the last rendition of the tournament, will be hoping for more of the same this time around as they get ready to fight the odds once again.
After four points from three games, Rob Page’s side secured second place despite falling to defeat at the hands of Roberto Mancini’s Italy, who topped the group with a flawless record.
Daniel James played a key role in his country’s advancement to the next round, starting each of the three group games despite his struggle for minutes at club level.
Dylan Levitt, who spent the second half of the season on loan in Croatia, was a shock inclusion in the squad but entered the pitch in the 1-0 loss to Italy on Sunday evening.
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