ON-LOAN Newport County AFC defenders Brandon Cooper and Aaron Lewis helped Wales Under-21s finish their Euro 2021 qualifying home campaign with a 3-0 win over Moldova at Wrexham, with former Exile Mo Touray getting on the scoresheet.

Paul Bodin's men are unable to qualify for next year's tournament but three second-half goals from Terry Taylor, Nathan Broadhead and Touray put the Moldovans to the sword.

They were farewell goals for Broadhead and Touray on home soil as their game with Germany on Tuesday (kick-off 5.15pm), which concludes their Group I campaign, will be their last for the Under-21s before they become ineligible.

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Former County defender Regan Poole captained a side with Cooper, on loan from Swansea, joining him in the XI. Lewis, on loan from Lincoln, was a substitute.

Taylor broke the deadlock midway through the second half when he converted a loose ball from a corner and then Broadhead struck from the spot in the 77th minute when he struck home a penalty that he won.

Touray, who joined Salford after being released by County in the summer, put the game to bed in added time with a confident finish from close range.

Touray said on his team's YouTube channel: "In pre-season I didn't have a club, then Salford came in, I have been working hard for this opportunity. I am over the moon to get my first goal for the Under-21s.

"We can't qualify now but our aim is to make other teams think, 'wow, they can't qualify but are still putting in a hard shift'. We just want to finish as high as we can."