Although Wales are undefeated in the group stages of the tournament, Rob Page’s side will not progress into the semi-final. Scotland have secured their place in the last four after beating Indonesia 2-1 and secured a best second place finish in the group stages.
Wales under 20s are undefeated in their maiden Toulon Tournament appearance after securing a last minute goal against 2010 tournament champions, the Ivory Coast in a 2-2 draw.
Rob Page’s side collected five points from their three group B games,securing the second spot in their group.
Scotland successfully made their way to the semi-final with six point after beating Brazil (1-0) and Indonesia (2-1) in group C – finishing the group stages as the best second placed team.
The Scots will now face England in the semi-final, with the Czech Republic lining up against the Ivory Coast in the second semi-final.
Wales’ campaign saw the under 20s side draw with France 0-0, beating Bahrain 1-0 and drawing with the Ivory Coast 2-2.
Daniel James scored from the penalty spot to beat Bahrain with George Thomas bagging a brace against the Ivory Coast to secure a draw in their final group B game.