Wales v Cyprus: How Chris Coleman's side rated
Wales maintained their unbeaten record to to remain top of their Euro 2016 qualifying group with a precious 2-1 victory over Cyprus in Cardiff.
Chris Coleman's side appeared to be coasting as goals from David Cotterill and Hal Robson-Kanu - the latter a stylish team effort - gave them an early 2-0 lead.
But a goal from Vincent Laban and a red card for Wales midfielder Andy King set up a nervous second half.
Which players impressed and who had an evening to forget? Marks are out of 10.
WAYNE HENNESSEY (GOALKEEPER) 5
Had little to do but made a hash of the Cyprus goal. A stark contrast to his man-of-the-match display against Bosnia-Hercegovina.
CHRIS GUNTER (RIGHT-BACK) 7
An energetic effort which did not wane even as Wales went down to 10 men. Distribution could have been better but defending was solid.
ASHLEY WILLIAMS (CENTRE-BACK) 8
Marshalled the defence in a mature display, ensuring the team approached the game in a calm fashion after being reduced to 10 men.
JAMES CHESTER (CENTRE-BACK) 8
Another fine performance from the Hull defender, who made a number of timely interventions and brave challenges.
NEIL TAYLOR (LEFT-BACK) 7
Composed defensively and a willing support runner in attack, the Swansea City left-back contributed to an industrious team performance.
JOE LEDLEY (CENTRAL MIDFIELD) 6
An early yellow card curbed his usual tenacity and forcing him to tread tentatively compared to his forceful display against Bosnia.
ANDY KING (CENTRAL MIDFIELD) 4
A promising first-half performance with some neat touches was spoiled by his red card, which made life very difficult for his team-mates.
HAL ROBSON-KANU (RIGHT MIDFIELD) 8
Excelled in a couple of positions, whether that was out wide or as a central attacker, and took his goal smartly.
GARETH BALE (ATTACKING MIDFIELD) 7
Subjected to brutal treatment from Cyprus but battled on regardless and went close with a couple of efforts.
GEORGE WILLIAMS (LEFT MIDFIELD) 7
A bright first start from the young winger, running at Cypriot defenders at every opportunity. His positivity led to the corner which produced the first goal.
SIMON CHURCH (STRIKER) 6
Had no time to make an impact after he was taken off inside two minutes with a shoulder injury.
DAVID COTTERILL (for Church, 6 minutes) 7
Scored the opening goal and kept the ball well when Wales were looking to hold on to their lead in the second half.
DAVID EDWARDS (for Williams, 58 minutes ) 7
Brought on to solidify the midfield following King's red card and did so with a combative but composed performance.
JAKE TAYLOR (for Robson Kanu, 85 minutes ) 6
Ran out of time to make any telling contributions on his debut.