NATHAN Moriah-Welsh chalked off a milestone moment in his career, by scoring his first international goal.

The young Cherries midfielder started for Guyana against Haiti in the CONCACAF Nations League.

The hosts got off to a nightmare start at the Synthetic Track and Field Facility in Leonora, falling 2-0 behind inside 10 minutes.

However, Moriah-Welsh teed up Emery Waterman to pull a goal back.

Haiti then stormed into a 5-1 lead, before Moriah-Welsh fired in from the edge of the box on the stroke of half time, marking his ninth cap for the Golden Jaguars with a first goal.

It proved to be in vain in terms of the result for the 20-year-old, as Haiti closed out a 6-2 win, to leapfrog Guyana at the top of League B Group B.

The return fixture takes place on Tuesday.

In Europe, Chris Mepham completed the full 90 minutes as Wales grabbed an impressive point against Belgium.

The hosts trailed in Cardiff to a strike from Leicester City's Youri Tielemans early in the second half.

However, Wales earned a 1-1 draw, thanks to a late goal from Nottingham Forest ace Brennan Johnson.

Rob Page's men remain bottom of Group A4, ahead of a trip to leaders Holland on Tuesday.

Ryan Christie played 59 minutes of Scotland's 3-0 humbling against the Republic of Ireland.

Alan Browne, Troy Parrott and Michael Obafemi were all on target, before Christie was replaced by Jacob Brown.

Scotland sit third in Group B1. Mark Travers was an unused substitute for Ireland, who sit second.