Wales slump in Cyprus

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Wales fell apart in dramatic fashion in the second-half of their European Championship qualifier in Cyprus as they slumped to an embarrassing 3-1 defeat.

The visitors led at the break through a James Collins goal, the West Ham man then forced off with an ankle injury before the break.

The second period saw Wales concede three times in 21 minutes, their defence all over the place as Ioannis Okkas scored twice, with substitute Constantinos Charalambides heading the third.

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