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Summary

  1. England beat Wales 2-1
  2. Supporters at home watch in fan zones and pubs
  3. Which side are you on? Border towns split

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Final whistle

Our England v Wales fan reaction page is signing off.

It's been a gripping match and supporters on both sides of the border have been showing their support. 

You can stay across what happens next at Euro 2016 on BBC Sportsday Live

Robbie not so savage

Mark Chapman

BBC Sport presenter

A forlorn looking former Wales international Robbie Savage after the 2-1 defeat to England.

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There's always Monday...

Disappointed Wales fans at the Swansea fanzone look ahead to the next game against Russia.

Disappointed fans at Swansea fanzone
BBC

'Brilliant' atmosphere between Welsh and English

Max Evans

BBC Wales reporter in Lille

England fans: 'That was insane'

Jodie Smith

BBC News

Wales fans: 'I would have taken a draw...'

Well that was emotional…

Colin George

BBC News Online

So England were victorious against Wales, with a 2-1 win deep into injury time. 

Celebrations in the Shark Club
BBC

This was the scene in Newcastle's Shark Club at the final whistle.  

'Gutted' but 'proud'

Max Evans

BBC Wales reporter in Lille

Mixed reaction at winner

Mark Elliott

Reporter, BBC Shropshire

This was the moment when Daniel Sturridge scored his dramatic late winner for England - fans celebrated here at Park Hall, the English home of Welsh Premier League side The New Saints.

Fans
BBC

Wales: Still optimistic

First Minister Carwyn Jones says Wales were "unlucky" today.

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Fans celebrate England winner

Alex Smith

BBC News Online

The sense of relief was huge when England scored the winner at the Local Hero pub in Leicester.

Wales fans: Down but not out

Max Evans

BBC Wales reporter in Lille

'Doing the Sturridge'

Claire Cottingham

Could this be the dance of Euro 2016? Fans copied Daniel Sturridge's goal celebration on Brighton beach.

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England win: Essex reacts

Jodie Smith

BBC News

Full-time England 2 - Wales 1

A dramatic winner from Daniel Sturridge late on seals a win for England.

Fans buzzing as England score the winner

Ana Guerra-Moore

BBC News Online

Happiness restored after England win

Ana Guerra-Moore

BBC News Online

Happiness returns to Sunderland as England win 2-1.

fans
BBC

These fans tell me they never lost faith. 

GOAL ! 2-1 England

Daniel Sturridge with the goal.

Serious faces on as England game enters final few minutes

Jodie Smith

BBC News

I just had to take a photo of these fans and their faces of intense concentration as they pray for another England goal.

Fans in pub
BBC

With a draw against Russia on Saturday, fans have really been hoping for a win today.

We've only got a few minutes left to find out if that's possible.

'Island' of Wales fans in Lille

Vardy game-changer?

Alex Smith

BBC News Online

More from the Local Hero in Leicester, with Foxes fans Tom Moran, Tom Guice and Josh Taylor.

Tom Moran, Tom Guice and Josh Taylor
BBC

They agreed the first half was "quite painful" but said bringing Vardy on was a positive move - and so it's proved!  

'Come on England...'

Claire Cottingham

It's tense at the big screen on Brighton beach.

Atmosphere is growing very tense in #Brighton - which way is it going to go? #ENGWAL #EURO2016

It's remaining tense in Cardiff

Mixed reactions to Rashford substitution

Andy Giddings

BBC Shropshire

The introduction of 18-year-old Marcus Rashford has raised a few eyebrows among the English fans watching the game in the Welsh half of Llanymynech.

Clean plate
BBC

They're wondering if it might be a gamble.

Meanwhile, I've finished off my Welsh pie. Can England finish off Wales, or will Wales polish off the English?

Quiet response from the Welsh after England goal

Vardy fans celebrate equaliser

Alex Smith

BBC News Online

Unsurprisingly, Jamie Vardy's goal went down well at the Local Hero pub in Leicester.

Come on Cymru

Pupils at Ysgol Penrhyn-Coch in Ceredigion are not giving up on a win as they chant for Wales in Welsh.

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'Told you' say English fans in Llanymynech

Andy Giddings

BBC Shropshire

The English fans in the border village of Llanymynech have been calling for Vardy and their man got the goal.

Fans celebrate
BBC

Now they're starting to breathe easier again - they were expecting some stick from their Welsh neighbours.  

Vardy silences the Welsh cheers

The BBC's Mark Hutchings sees the atmosphere change in the Cardiff fan zone.

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England fans on the beach celebrate

Claire Hawke

BBC Local Live

England fans celebrate Vardy's goal

Jodie Smith

BBC News

GOAL! 1-1 Vardy scores for England

England are level

Tension mounts at the museum

Paul Burnell

Reporter, BBC News Online

They are feeling tense at the National Football Museum in Manchester while watching the England v Wales game.

National Football Museum
BBC

Not surprising, really, given that England are a goal down in the second half thanks to Gareth Bale.

Butterflies and belly flips

It's all a bit too much for this pupil at Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Tonyrefail.

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English and Welsh pies served at half time

Andy Giddings

BBC Shropshire

The Dolphin pub in the border village of Llanymynech has thought of everything.

English and Welsh fans are packing the bar and they will get a choice of English or Welsh pies at half time.

Second half

The second half is under way in Lens.

Silence from fans after Wales scored goal

Ana Guerra-Moore

BBC News Online

Absolute silence in the centre of Sunderland as Wales scored their first goal.

England's fans are really not happy.

Unhappy fans in Sunderland
BBC

Pete Ford, an England supporter, tells me that England should be winning

Stuart Holmes, another England fan, thinks the team need to change their tactics and replace Sterling in the second half if they want to win.

Cheers and flares

The Cardiff fan zone went wild following Bale's goal, says the BBC's Tomos Morgan.

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Goal!! Wales fans celebrate

Wales fans go wild in Cardiff's fan zone as Gareth Bale scores