The teenager became Liverpool's youngest goalscorer at the age of 17 years and 45 days when he scored against Leeds in the EFL Cup last season.
"You are not Liverpool's youngest scorer just on the off chance", Leicester midfielder King said of Woodburn.
"He's used to working with really good defenders every day at Liverpool".
"I am sure he will go on to do big things for us because he is comfortable at this level".
"It was a great strike", Bale said".
Despite the fact that Wales hit four goals the last time they played Moldova, it's not a bad price for unders, considering that their five most recent matches have seen less than three goals.
TEN-MAN Serbia took a firm grip on Group D and dealt a huge blow to the Republic of Ireland's World Cup hopes with a 1-0 win over Martin O'Neill's side in Dublin last night.
With Wales now the worst second-placed team of the groups, at least four points will be needed from the last two games to both ensure second place and, hopefully, be one of the eight teams that contest the play-offs for the World Cup finals.
Wales now have the worst record of the nine second-placed teams with eight points and a goal difference of +1 - not including the two wins against bottom-placed Moldova.
Ireland's limitations have caught up with them in the second half of their qualifying campaign and they have now failed to beat Wales, Austria and Serbia at home, but their manager is convinced there is another twist to come. "We needed to build momentum and we have done that. Moldova at home, hopefully we can get a win there and then it's all to play for against Wales".
Coleman said: "It was a good win". "I remember meeting him and I had a little chat with him, and obviously I wanted to get him on board because we knew he was a great player and we're delighted to have him", Bale said.
Tottenham defender Ben Davies echoed King's thoughts that Wales now have the platform to qualify for next summer's finals in Russian Federation.
Despite their travails in the group - Moldova's only points have come from two draws against Georgia - a 10,400-capacity crowd is expected at the compact Zimbru Stadium.
"We know he's got the capacity to open a defence up, but we felt we had to protect him".
"Mentally I think we all still feel 17 - me, Joe [Ledley], Wayne [Hennessey], Rambo [Aaron Ramsey], all of us - we're still young in our minds, maybe not so much in our bodies".
Mr Putin told him the North Korean problem should be solved diplomatically, according to Seoul's presidential office. He said: "I believe the situation may enter an uncontrollable state if the North does not halt its provocations".
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On top of that, they have selection headaches aplenty and will wait until morning today to name the playing eleven. Bangladesh set up a historic victory against Australia for the first time in the previous match.
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That's good enough to win games of football, if you make that amount of chances. "That won't be on our minds on the night though". Brown responded to a question about his own disciplinary record in characteristically blunt fashion.
Chinese President Xi Jinping meets with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Xiamen , China's Fujian Province, Sept. 3, 2017. This was the last meeting attended by the Indian Prime Minister here, before leaving for his visit to Myanmar.
Slovakia and Hungary insisted in their lawsuits that the quota mechanism should have been passed unanimously. Poland supported the plan, but later strongly opposed it when the right-wing PiS government came to power.
That detonation, which was about as powerful as the bomb the United States dropped on Hiroshima in 1945, defied U.N. sanctions. The North's official news agency, KCNA, also released the photos, which were clearly meant to be seen by a global audience.
Texas A&M has completely manhandled UCLA at the line of scrimmage, rushing 36 times for 286 yards and five touchdowns as a team. Trayveon Williams had 22 carries for 203 yards and two TDs, and Keith Ford rushed for 114 yards and three TDs on 18 carries.
House passes $7.9B Harvey disaster aid package
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