Record crowd sees Wales Women beat Estonia 4-0

Angharad James scored Wales' opener
Angharad James scores Wales’ opening goal against Estonia. (Photo: Naomi Baker / uses pictures provided by Getty Images)

Wales beat Estonia watched by their record crowd of 5,455 at Cardiff City Stadium in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifiers.

Sophie Ingle saw her shot saved and the ball taken from Natasha Harding’s feet before she could finish.

But Ingle did set up the opening goal before the half-hour mark, slipping in Angharad James to slot the ball into the far corner.

Wales doubled their lead early in the second half, Helen Ward nipping in behind to connect with Ingle’s pass and slot home.

Harding got the third goal soon after, turning the ball in after an initial save from Karina Kork.

Ingle made it 4-0 in stoppage-time, finishing coolly when the ball came to her around the penalty spot.

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