Wales were without Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey for the short trip to Dublin so head coach Ryan Giggs gave opportunities to a number of youngsters including 21-year-old Wilson, who is on loan at Derby County from Liverpool.
It was only a few weeks ago that the 21-year-old had wrong-footed Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero with a similar free-kick, as instead of curling the ball over the wall he chose to bend the ball around the wall and into the top corner, and while tonight's free-kick may not be as impressive as that moment of magic he produced for Derby at Old Trafford, it still shows that his dead-ball skills are oozing quality.
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Giggs hailed his side for their victory and praised Wilson for his brilliant strike.
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"He does it all the time in training; it's practice, practice, practice. It was a really brilliant second-half performance", said Giggs. "We played some really good stuff, we could have scored more goals, but the thing I'm most proud about is the clean sheet, that will to defend and putting their bodies on the line".
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The goal could prove crucial in Wales' bid to reach the European Championships as a win will lift them above Denmark in the group.
We'll also get Keith Andrews' thoughts on the game at full-time. "It's a tough group and now it is in our hands". We need to be more creative despite the fact that we finished with three forwards on.
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