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Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge were introduced after halftime in place of the underperforming pair with England one down and struggling after Gareth Bale's latest free kick special – and their goals rewarded Hodgson's decisive intent.Wales coach Chris Coleman, happy with a point after earning a late victory in the first match, removed striker Hal Robson-Kanu, whose goal had beaten Slovakia and who had done his job here in holding the ball up when given a chance to get on it.Wales must continue to rely on their passion, claimed by the normally bland Bale to be superior to England's, which was illustrated late on when Ashley Williams and James Chester threw themselves at the ball to block a shot by Wayne Rooney.
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