What the papers say: Ramsey rocket underlines his promise

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The Sun Liechtenstein 0 Wales 2
AARON RAMSEY dragged himself off the treatment table to end Wales' disappointing World Cup campaign on a high.

The Mirror - Liechtenstein vs Wales
Wales salvage some pride with away win The pressure was lifted from boss John Toshack as his Wales youngsters grabbed a 2-0 victory in Liechtenstein to end their disappointing World Cup qualifying campaign on a high.

The Daily Star - RAMSAY'S GOT IT LIECHT
Aaron Ramsey scored his first goal for Wales as they rounded off their World Cup qualifying campaign with a comfortable win in Liechtenstein.

The Daily Express - WALES BATTLE TO WIN 
Wales got the confidence-boosting win they so desperately needed after a dismal run of form, with David Vaughan and Aaron Ramsey both scoring in a 2-0 win over Liechtenstein.

The Daily Mail Liechtenstein 0 Wales 2: Aaron Ramsey off the mark to seal victory and cheer John Toshack
Aaron Ramsey's first international goal left John Toshack feeling a little brighter as the veteran Wales boss was spared an embarrassing end to his World Cup qualifying campaign.

The Daily Telegraph - Liechtenstein 0 Wales 2: match report
The pressure was lifted from boss John Toshack as his Wales youngsters grabbed the victory they needed to end their disappointing World Cup qualifying campaign on a high.

The Guardian - Gareth Bale makes hay as Wales take consolation win in Liechtenstein
John Toshack declared himself satisfied with this victory in Vaduz, which completed another disappointing World Cup qualification campaign for Wales.

The Times - Ramsey’s rocket settles Wales nerves
Wales carefully negotiated an awkward test last night. Aaron Ramsey struck a wonderful free kick for the second goal to end Liechtenstein’s resistance and his dominant performance raised hopes for Wales fans that there may be better times ahead.

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