Huddersfield Town transfer target Danny Ward played the second half of Wales’ 3-0 defeat against Sweden.

Wales were losing 1-0 to a goal from Emil Forsberg when boss Chris Coleman replaced keeper Wayne Hennessy at the break.

Mikael Lustig bundled in from a corner to double Sweden’s lead after 57 minutes, before substitute John Guidetti struck a third three minutes from time.

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Not even Gareth Bale’s introduction could rouse Wales, who face Slovakia in their Euro 2016 opener on Saturday.

With Wales’ first match at a major tournament for 58 years in mind, Coleman could at least be consoled by the fact his players avoided serious injury in Stockholm.

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But he may have been a little disappointed by a somewhat disjointed performance, which was perhaps to be expected with Wales having not played since a friendly defeat against Ukraine in March.

Former Town loan man Emyr Huws, who is not in the Euro 2016 squad, went on as a substitute 16 minutes from the end.