Bale is now the highest-scoring Welsh player of all time.
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Ryan Giggs' first game as Wales coach got off to a flying start Thursday with a 6-0 demolition of China as Gareth Bale scored a hat-trick.Wales wasted no time asserting their dominance when Bale held off China defender Wang Shencao to place a shot into the top left corner of the net after just two minutes.It seemed a only matter of time before Wales scored again and in the 21st minute Sam Vokes capitalized on defensive sloppiness to put through Bale to score his second of the night.Just before halftime Bale laid a pass into the path of Liverpool winger Harry Wilson, who celebrated his 21st birthday by scoring his first international goal.
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