Wales’ surprising display in this Euro 2016 still hasn’t meet its end yet as Chris Coleman’s men made their way into the tournament’s semi finals after eliminating Belgium.
The Dragons didn’t have a great start as they were under pressure early on before eventually going one goal down on 13 minutes through Radja Nainggolan’s super long range shot.
That goal triggered positive response from Coleman’s boys though as they started to push forward vigorously in search for that equalizer, which they eventually found on the half hour mark from Ashley Williams’ header.
Drawing 1-1 in the first 45 minutes, both teams were looking for more goals after the break and Belgium were actually looking more threatening early on.
However, absentees at the back cost Belgium dearly as their poor defensive display was taken into advantage by Hal Robson-Kanu who turned things around with his goal on 55 minutes.
Leading 2-1, Wales shift into a more defensive display allowing Belgium to push forward as Gareth Bale and co were setting to hit on the break.
That tactic worked to perfection as it was Coleman’s men that sealed the victory when Sam Vokes made it 3-1 five minutes from time.