Ben Woodburn scored a stoppage-time winner for Wales to round off a successful day for Liverpool’s international contingent.

All five Reds who represented their countries on Wednesday ended on the winning side, with Woodburn’s 92nd-minute goal earning Ryan Giggs’ team a 1-0 friendly success over Trinidad and Tobago.

The forward played the full game in Wrexham and secured victory late on with a calm, chested finish at the back post from Will Vaulks’ cross. 

Elsewhere, Ki-Jana Hoever started and finished Netherlands U17s’ 5-0 European Championship qualifying win over Northern Ireland, while Curtis Jones and Bobby Duncan both featured for England U18s, who beat Japan 4-1 in Dubai. 

Midfielder Jones played the first half of the UAE Sport Chain Cup opener, and striker Duncan came off the bench with a quarter of an hour remaining. Rhys Williams was an unused substitute for England.

And Rafa Camacho was involved in a convincing win of his own as Portugal U19s defeated Cyprus 3-0 in their European Championship qualifying match.

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