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Kieffer Moore and Brennan Johnson spoke after the match and both chose to highlight the positives from Wales' performance today.
Moore said: "It was always going to be a hard game. They were very good tonight. We come away not so much disappointed - we will take positives out of it and go again on Sunday."
Johnson said: "It was game of two halves, in the first we lacked belief and didn't know what we could bring to the game. In the second half we had a different mentality and did ourselves proud."
The two Welsh players also looked ahead to both Sunday's crucial relegation tilt against Poland and the World Cup in November:
Moore said: "A win keeps us in the group so it's full focus on Poland. I think we are in a good place, it's our last home game before going to the World Cup so if we can leave on a high then great."
Johnson said: "Rob (Page) told us to believe in ourselves at half time, we're in a World Cup and Nations League's Group A, we showed that in the second half. It's a massive game on Sunday (against Poland), we want to be in this league and play the best teams in the world. We'll be ready for it."