Wales have drawn their opening match of the European Championships, coming from behind to finish 1-1 against Switzerland.
They fell behind in the 49th minute when Breel Embolo’s free header from a set piece put the Swiss in charge in the game, which was being played in Baku in Azerbaijan.
The breakthrough came moments after Daniel Ward had denied Embolo with an acrobatic save.
But Kieffer Moore, bandaged after an earlier collision, levelled things up in the 74th minute – heading in unmarked after a short corner.
He also arguably had the best chance of the first half, with another header forcing a fine save from the Swiss keeper.
There were nervous moments late on when substitute Mario Gavranovic scored with a volley in the 85th minute – but it was ruled offside by VAR.
“It’s never good going a goal down but to get one back and see the game out is a big positive for us,” said Cardiff City’s Moore.
“It’s tough out there, but it is what we expected, we’ve been here for a week now. Obviously this is a big occasion and I’ve loved every second of it.”
Matches for Euro 2020, which was delayed from last summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic, are being held across the continent, with the final at Wembley on 11 July.
The Welsh government advised against travelling due to the pandemic but a few hundred supporters have made the 3,000-mile trip.
Azerbaijan is on the UK’s amber list, so fans will need to self isolate for 10 days on their return.
Wales’ next game is against Turkey on Wednesday.
England’s first game of the championships is against Croatia at Wembley on Sunday, while Scotland play the Czech Republic in Glasgow on Monday.
The tournament’s opening match, in the same group as Wales, saw Italy record a decisive 3-0 win over Turkey.