Harry Wilson's debut for Wales last night has won his grandfather £125,000 - after he placed a bet on the youngster playing for his country one day, when he was just 18 months old.
16-year-old Wilson became Wales' youngest ever player when he came on as a late substitute against Belgium last night.
The Liverpool winger was included in an injury-hit Wales squad for their final two World Cup qualifiers, but didn't make it off the bench against Macedonia on Friday.
62-year-old Peter Edwards from Corwen now has extra reason to be a very proud grandfather.
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