Rewind: Mark Hughes' scissor kick helps Wales beat Spain 3-0 in 1985
8 monthes ago - By Yahoo Sports
Wales claimed a historic 3-0 victory over Euro 1984 runners-up Spain in Wrexham in 1985. Ian Rush opened the scoring at the Racecourse with a first-half tap-in before strike partner Mark Hughes' memorable scissor-kick goal sent the fans into raptures. Legendary striker Rush sealed the comfortable win over the giants of world football but Wales failed to qualify for the 1986 World Cup.
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