Nathan Broadhead started for Wales in their 1-1 draw against Turkey, earning his ninth cap at senior level.

The winger played 61 minutes of the match, impressing fans with his sharp display before being substituted for Bournemouth's David Brooks,

The Dragons had a place at Euro 2024 in their hands heading into the international break, but their 1-1 draw against Armenia on Saturday afternoon saw the advantage fall back to Croatia.

As a result, they knew that they needed to beat Turkey and hope that Armenia could either draw or beat Croatia in Zagreb, which looked to be a tough ask.

Rob Page's side took an early lead at the Cardiff City Stadium shortly after Broadhead fired wide from distance. Nottingham Forest's Neco Williams found the back of the net with a low curling effort in the seventh minute, putting them into second place.

They had a handful of penalty shouts waved away before Osasuna's Ante Budimir fired Croatia ahead against Armenia shortly before the half-time break, shattering the mood in the Welsh capital.

Things worsened when captain Ben Davies was judged to have pushed Juventus youngster Kenan Yildiz in the box, with LOSC Lille's Yusuf Yazici dispatching the subsequent penalty with 20 minutes to play.

The offside flag prevented Tottenham Hotspur's Brennan Johnson from putting the hosts back ahead, but it wouldn't have mattered, with Croatia sealing out the win to join Turkey in the group stages of next summer's tournament.

Wales can still qualify, but they'll need to make it through the play-offs, where Thursday's draw will decide whether they'll face Finland, Iceland or Ukraine. The winner of that match will go on to play the winner of Poland vs Estonia to decide who heads to Germany next year.

Broadhead's appearance marks the end of the November break for Town's eight international players, with everyone set to return to training ahead of Saturday's trip to West Brom (5:30pm).

It's also the last international break until March, although the likes of Sam Morsy (Egypt), Elkan Baggott (Indonesia), Cameron Burgess and Massimo Luongo (both Australia) could be called up in January for the African Cup of Nations or the Asian Cup.