IT WASN'T the prettiest of back-to-back wins for Wales, but the most important thing was that they got the job done.

Ryan Giggs' men enjoyed 1-0 victories over Finland (away) and Bulgaria (home) on Thursday and Sunday respectively.

The wins see Wales sitting pretty at the top of the UEFA Nations League Group B4 table on six points.

They are three points ahead of Finland, who bounced back from defeat against Wales to claim a 1-0 win in the Republic of Ireland, who will be Wales' next UEFA Nations League opponents away from home on October 11.

On Thursday, a late goal from striker Kieffer Moore, who had earlier had a goal ruled out, was enough to secure a win in Finland. The forward, who recently moved from Wigan Athletic to Cardiff City, poked home a close-range effort ten minutes from time.

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PICTURE: Moore scored the decisive goal in Finland. PICTURE: FA Wales

And despite a number of experienced and influential players being unavailable for selection for both UEFA Nations League matches, including midfielders Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen, Giggs' men made it six points out of six when they hosted Bulgaria on Sunday.

And it was a Wrexham-born-and-bred lad who scored the decisive goal just in the 'Neco' time for Wales in that one.

In what had been a frustrating encounter with the Eastern European country for the whole 90 minutes, it was Liverpool right back Neco Williams who popped up with a header in stoppage time to hand Wales another three points.

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PICTURE: Hugs all around for Neco Williams after the Bulgaria game. PICTURE: FA Wales.

A fine ball whipped in from substitute Jonny Williams found fellow sub Williams who headed home his first Wales goal brilliantly at the back post.

It was Williams' home debut for his country, having come on in the second half in place of Swansea City's Connor Roberts, and only his second cap for his country, having mad ehis official debut against Finland three days earlier.

Williams, who is 19 and was raised in Cefn Mawr, has had quite the season at club level too - picking up a Premier League medals winner with Liverpool.