Wales went into the pitch as underdogs with many football gods incantating in favour of Switzerland, giving them many chances of carrying the day, but the resilient Wales managed to contain the pressure and savage a draw.
Switzerland started the game on high note, controlling the proceedings in all the departments. Switzerland dominated possession but wasted numerous chances before Breel Embolo scored the opening goal in the 49th minute.
First he won a corner when his shot was pushed wide after a solo run, then rose above his marker to head in a cross from Xherdan Shaqiri.
As Switzerland thought it was warm and dry for them, Keiffer Moore, With his head wrapped in bandages the same colour as his red shirt, nodded in an equalizer to give Wales a 1-1 draw with Switzerland on Saturday at the European Championship.
The goal off a cross from Joe Morrell in the 74th minute hinted that Wales could again be a surprise contender at Euro 2020, like it was five years ago when the team reached the Euro 2016 semifinals.
For Moore, it was the biggest step so far in a long journey to soccer’s elite after starting in the non-league system in southwest England.
He nearly gave Wales a lead with a looping header which Switzerland goalkeeper Yann Sommer stretched to push over the bar, but he was hurt in a clash on the resulting corner. Moore left the field bleeding and returned in bandages, but was largely cut out of the game as Wales defended deeper in the first half.
Italy leads Group A with three points after its 3-0 win over Turkey on Friday. Wales and Switzerland have one point each.