Wales came from behind to seal a point in Sunday’s clash, Euro 2020 Group A fixture with Kieffer Moore heading past Yann Sommer just 15 minutes after Breel Embolo gave Switzerland the opener.
Kieffer Moore, a 28-year-old, was the man to make one says everything about his struggle to succeed in football. Less than a decade ago, he was playing part-time for Truro, while working as a lifeguard and personal trainer.
But he has been showing his threat at Cardiff City all season. It was he who scored the decisive goal – and a technically excellent one at that – which prevented Rob Page’s side staring down the barrel of elimination before their tournament had barely begun.
Gavranovic then though he had snatched a late winner, however, VAR indicated the substitute was offside and subsequently disallowed the goal.
Ward, who regularly denied the likes of Seferovic, Embolo and Mbabu will take the credit for the Welsh point as he kept his side in the game on more than a few occasions.
Italy are the early leaders of Group A after beating Turkey 3-0 in the tournament opener in Rome on Friday.
After Saturday’s game with Switzerland, Wales take on Turkey in Baku on Wednesday before heading to Rome to face Italy in their final group match on June 20.