The warm-up amusement at Wrexham seemed to set out toward a goalless draw until Liverpool forward Woodburn turned home a Will Vaulks cross late on for a certainty boosting triumph.
Trinidad and Tobago were all around penetrated for a significant part of the diversion, with their most obvious opportunity going ahead the hour when Aubrey David’s shot was tidied up the line by Chris Gunter.
Grains will get their Euro 2020 qualifying effort under route on Sunday against Slovakia – live on Sky Sports – as they hope to meet all requirements for their second progressive European Championships.
There were a couple of half possibilities in the opening 15 minutes. Tyler Roberts gestured a Ryan Hedges cross into the arms of Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Marvin Phillip before Khaleem Hyland’s shot from the highest point of the zone went directly at Danny Ward. Supports was included again not long after as he got a Gunter cross, however his shot was gathered well by Phillip.
Grains twice went close just before the half-hour mark. Vaulks terminated an exertion towards objective, however it smacked off the group of Daneil Cyrus before going behind for a corner. Trinidad and Tobago at first figured out how to clear the set-piece yet a give-and-go between George Thomas and Lee Evans saw the previous interpretation of the shot, however it went cruising over the crossbar.
Gareth Bale was not in Wales’ matchday 18 notwithstanding being fit, with Aaron Ramsey additionally passing up a great opportunity with a thigh thump. Will Vaulks made his introduction, while Ryan Hedges, Lee Evans and George Thomas made their first begins.
Ribs continued testing after the break, and constrained Phillip into an incredible spare in the 57th moment. After some magnificent footwork, Woodburn slid the ball into the feet of Thomas who crushed the ball towards objective, yet the Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper was holding on to palm it behind.
After three minutes, and Wales needed to clean the ball up the line. Levi Garcia got into the zone – skirting the approaching goalkeeper Adam Davies – yet he couldn’t escape, and passed the ball to the holding up David. He at that point took on the shot, yet Gunter was looking out for the line to clear.
Ribs were in the domination for the rest of the diversion, and kept on observing shots come their direction. In reality, they had the ball in the back of the net in the 67th moment as Thomas flicked the ball home from a Hedges cross, however it was accurately precluded for offside.
However, they found the leap forward in the primary moment of four included. Woodburn started the move himself, hurling the ball into the center of the territory for Hedges, who saw his shot blocked. Vaulks was hanging tight to get the free ball before standing it up at the back post for Woodburn as he guided it home with his chest to seal the success for Wales.