Belgium achieved their pre-match aim of keeping Real Madrid star Gareth Bale quiet, yet Chris Coleman's men showed they are far from a one-man team with a rousing response from going behind to Radja Nainggolan's early thunderbolt. Captain Ashley Williams had been a major doubt due to a shoulder injury picked up in the 1-0 last 16 win over Northern Ireland. However, his determination to play through the pain barrier proved vital when he stooped to head home Aaron Ramsey's corner.
Bale would have been proud of Hal Robson-Kanu's sensational Cruyff turn and finish past Thibaut Courtois to put Wales 2-1 up. And just six minutes after replacing Robson-Kanu, Sam Vokes powered home Chris Gunter's cross to ensure a historic place in the last four.