Pre Match: Both teams playing inexperience sides with England the England side having a total of 54 caps in total, with having two players making their England debut (Bukayo Saka and Dominic Calvert-Lewin) and another two players are starting their first ever game (Jack Grealish and Danny Ings).
Wales are also playing a inexperienced side without star players Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsay not playing Ben Davies is taking the arm band for Wales.
Kick off: The game is underway at Wembley stadium with the Welsh team kicking off the game just after all the players take the knee in supporting the black lives matter movement.
2nd Min: Both teams having starting slow with both teams not being able to keep control of the ball.
4 min: Tyler Roberts having the first shot of the game for Wales after a long ball had Wales in behind briefly with Roberts shot taking which took deflection going out for a Corner which was cleared by England.
6 min: England’s First corner of the game which was a out swinging cross from England’s captain Kieron Trippers where Micheal Keane headed the ball over the head of his England teammate Dominic Calvin-Lewin who is making his debut.
11 min: Dominic Calvin-Lewin with the first chance of the game where he was able to get round the experience goal keeper Wayne Hennessey but was unable to get the ball in the net as he was at a tight angle
14 min: Wales enjoying a decent amount of possession but they are unable to get significant shot off at goal. Apart from the half chancellor Calvin-Lewin, England haven’t really created any chances which is not a surprise if you watch England against Iceland and Denmark.
19: Tyler Roberts being positive running at the England defence and being fouled by Calvin Phillips inside the England half which lead to a chance from a poor header from Saka who gave the ball straight Kieffer Moore who should have done better with the chance who wasn’t able to get a shot on target.
23: Nick Pope being confident dominating his penalty area with him coming out and claiming a cross.
26 Min: GOAL FOR ENGLAND with Dominic Calvin-Lewin scoring on his debut with a beautiful cross for Jack Grealish putting it on a plate for Calvin Lewin who was able to score on his England debut.
28 min: Pope with his first save of the game where was able to hold a header from a corner from Chris Mepham.
30 min Moore through on goal after another long ball from Wales with Nick Pope being brave and able to pick up the ball before Moore was able to get a shot on goal.
31 min Kieffer Moore down with and knock so a break in the games with England physios also checking Jack Grealish is ok on his first start for England.
38 Min: Connor Coady with a chance after a penalty area scramble which it resulting in a shot from the England Centre back going wide.
39 min Substitution: Kieffer Moore off injured after going down for the second time with the young Liverpool player Neco Williams coming on.
42 min: First yellow card of the game after a heavy challenge of the England debutant Bukayo Saka
45 min: England taking the sting out of the game before half time hoping they can keep the lead going into half time.
Half time: England leading the game at Wembley stadium 1-0 after a even chance where both sides didn’t create many chances. England playing similar to previous games where they are not creating many chances but they haven’t conceded a goal for five and a half games. You got to wonder if England play a higher level team will they struggle as they don’t create many chances against teams you would expect to beat comfortably in the recent months.
Second half begins with Danny Ings kicking off playing the ball to Connor Coady. Wales making a change with Levitt and Cabango on for Morrell and Rodon
48 min: First shot of the second half for Tyler Robert who put the shot wide of the goal. Roberts and look lively in the game with his movement making it difficult for the England defence
51 min: Wales dominating the opening minutes of the second half with a lot of the play in the England half with Wales having a high press which they have had for the entire game so far.
53 min: GOAL FOR ENGLAND 2-0: Connor Coady scoring his first goal for England after a beautiful cross from the England Captain Tripper and the finish from Coady was like a prime striker.
54 min Wales respond by hitting the post however Matondo was in a offside.
57 min: The Etham Ampadu with a yellow card after fouling Grealish
57 min: Three substitutions for England with Ming, James and Mount replacing Gomez, Tripper and Phillips and Calvin-Lewin. Reece James making his England debut.
61 min: Levitt yellow card after fouling Harry Wink
63 min: GOAL FOR ENGLAND Danny Ings scores a wonderful overhead kick after Tyrone Mings heads the ball in the direction of Danny Ings who was to score a beauty which should mean England are able to leave Wembley stadium with a win.
66 min: Grealish showing his creative side putting a cross across the six yard box where Ings could have been on the end of it if he made the run.
All three of Englands goal scorers tonight have score their first goal for England
70 min: Saka with a chance after England break away but an unbelievable save from the Welsh keeper Wayne Hennessey making a great stop after the foot took a deflection off a Welsh defender. Jack Grealish again part of the build up play running at the Welsh defenders.
73 min: Welsh substitution Gunter and Smith for Roberts and Williams
75 min substitution for England with Ainsley Maitland-Niles, James Ward-Prowse and Harvey Barnes on for debut replacing Grealish, Winks and Saka
80 min Harvey Barnes wins a free kick in the Welsh half after Mepham fouled him.
England have been much better since the restart and have been dominating the second half.
83 min: England are showing their class with Danny Ings taking a shot testing the Welsh goalkeeper who’s save went out for a corner which was taken by Ward-Prowse which lead to nothing.
86 min: Chris Mepham down after a challenge from Ings
89 min: Nick Pope claimed a cross of a Welsh corner. It’s possible the first time he touched the ball in the second.
90 min: Two minutes left in the game if England can keep a clean sheet then they will have not conceded a goal for 6 games.
92 min: James Ward-Prowse shot outside the penalty area which was saved by Hennessey and was the last piece of action for the game.
Full time: England beat their rivals Wales 3-0 after a good performance in the second half which saw Danny Ings and Connor Coady score for England adding to Dominic Calvin-Lewin goal in the first half. All of the England players who scored tonight scored their first goals for England. Wales looked poor in the second half unable to handle Jack Grealish especially who undoubtedly was Man of the Match. England will face much tougher in Belgium next game who drew to the Ivory Coast tonight.