Dragons edge past Scots
Wales came from behind to beat Scotland 2-1 in their 2014 World Cup qualifier at a blizzard-bound Hampden Park as both sides ended the game with 10 men.
Defender Grant Hanley gave the home side the lead against the run of play with a header from a Charlie Mulgrew corner in first-half stoppage time and the Scots looked a bit more comfortable after the break.
However, after Scotland forward Robert Snodgrass was shown a second yellow card for a challenge on Chris Gunter inside the home penalty area, Aaron Ramsey levelled from the spot before Hal Robson-Kanu headed in the winner just over a minute later, with Ramsey ending the game in a sour note when he was shown a straight red card.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan's plans were disrupted with only a couple of minutes gone when Steven Fletcher injured himself on the way down from an aerial challenge with Welsh defender Ben Davies. The Sunderland striker looked in some distress and he was carried off on a stretcher to be replaced by veteran striker Kenny Miller.
Snodgrass was booked in the 10th minute for a lunge at Gunter, before Miller headed Chris Burke's deep cross over at the back post. Scotland were being outplayed and another dangerous Welsh move ended when Gareth Bale's drive from 30 yards was parried by Allan McGregor before James McArthur completed the clearance.
A decent move by the Scots ended up with Miller heading Snodgrass' cross over. The Scots grabbed an unlikely lead when Hanley leapt at the back post to power a header from Mulgrew's corner past Boaz Myhill from six yards.
Five minutes after the restart Graham Dorrans flashed a drive over, before Snodgrass curled a shot against a post from 25 yards. Wales substitute Andy King had the ball in the Scotland net seconds after replacing Jack Collison but referee Antony Gautier awarded a free-kick for Ashley Williams' challenge on McGregor.
McGregor saved Craig Bellamy's free-kick in the 70th minute but a minute later Snodgrass recklessly conceded a penalty - and earned himself a second yellow card - for a challenge on Gunter in the box and Ramsey hammered the spot-kick in off the bar.
The Tartan Army were stunned but they had more to worry about barely a minute later when the unmarked Robson-Kanu headed King's cross past McGregor from six yards out.
With five minutes remaining, and the game slipping away from Strachan's men, McGregor saved with his feet from King's angled drive. There was to be no late rally from Strachan's men but there was time for Ramsey to pick up a straight red card for a last man foul on McArthur.