Paul Dummett played 61 minutes of Wales’ 1-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday night.

Ryan Giggs’ side needed a late winner, with Ben Woodburn scoring the only goal of the game in the 92nd minute. By that time, Dummett was off the pitch.

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The Newcastle man started as part of a back four, but not in his favoured position. Rather than being deployed at left-back, the blonde bombshell was at the heart of defence alongside Ashley Williams.

While we have seen him play as a centre-back for the Magpies, that is usually as part of a back three. Given that he is left footed, he is perfect for the left centre-back role, as proven against Bournemouth.

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Just after the hour mark, he was replaced by Swansea defender Declan John.

The 27-year-old has had a good few weeks. Having struggled to get back in the Newcastle team after injury, he was a half-time substitute against Everton. Was he the reason for the incredible comeback? You tell me.

Then he captained the Magpies from the start against Bournemouth, putting in a strong performance including some amazing acrobatics off the line.

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And now he’s kept a clean sheet on the international stage, operating as part of a centre-back pair rather than a trio.

Clearly the new hair is working for him. And Wales fans were impressed with Dummett’s solid performance.

Dummett impressed the Welsh support