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Summary

  1. Wales through to first semi-final
  2. Wales will play Portugal in Lyon next Wednesday
  3. Vokes' header puts Wales 3-1 up
  4. Robson-Kanu & Williams get Wales other goals
  5. Nainggolan put Belgium ahead in first half

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    WALES INTO THE SEMI-FINALS

    I'll say it again in case you've just got in from the pub.

    WALES INTO THE SEMI-FINALS.

    WALES INTO THE SEMI-FINALS.

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    WALES INTO THE SEMI-FINALS.

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    We are off for the night. But there will be plenty more reaction to come on the BBC Sport website and app.

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  3. 'Not thinking about the final'

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    Chris Coleman

    Wales boss Chris Coleman: "I still don't think about winning the tournament. 

    "The first challenge was get out of the group, then beat Northern Ireland, then best Belgium. Now the next one is Portugal. 

    "I promise you my players and staff won't be thinking about winning this tournament. They'll be thinking about Portugal."

  4. Vote Rambo?

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    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    Can't they just hold a second referendum so that Aaron Ramsey can play in the semi-final? 

  5. 'Don't be afraid to dream'

    Wales into the semi-finals

    Wales manager Chris Coleman says that Wales shouldn't be afraid to dream after reaching the semi-finals of Euro 2016.

  6. 'One of the best in the tournament'

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    Wales boss Chris Coleman on Aaron Ramsey and Ben Davies missing the semi-final after picking up two yellows in five games.

    "I'm gutted for Aaron. He's been outstanding. He's been one of the best players of the tournament. He's gutted. 

    "But we knew we needed to do what needed to be done. We knew we might have to take one for the team. And they've done that. 

    "It's a bit tough at this level when there's so much on the games. Two yellows in five games can be a bit tight. Rambo and Ben are big losses for us. They've done everything their country has asked for them. We wouldn't be sitting here without them. The rules are the rules."

    Aaron Ramsey
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    Chris Coleman agrees with a question that it is harsh that two yellow cards in five games brings a suspension.

    Aaron Ramsey and Ben Davies are out of the semi-final. 

    Ben Davies is booked
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    WALES INTO THE SEMI-FINALS

    Belgium boss Marc Wilmots is asked about his future.

    "I said I'd make my decision after the European Championship I won't make one straight after the game. There's a lot of adrenaline going. We'll have to see."

  9. Cat-astrophic result

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  10. 'I'm not going to kill them'

    WALES INTO THE SEMI-FINALS

    Belgium boss Marc Wilmots: "We had a young average age. I think the players have potential. I'm not going to kill them. 

    "We were unfortunate to have two players injured in defence, when we already had injury problems there. They have learned things tonight because you always learn from tough times. So it's not all lost.

    "We were listed among the teams who could have done all the way. Of course the players have a bad taste in their mouths. We made too many mistakes. Wales are a good side. Well done to them. 

    "We could have played better. I can't explain why we kept dropping back."

  11. 'Henry Cooper! Maggie Thatcher! Etc...'

  12. Wilmots out?

    WALES INTO THE SEMI-FINALS

    Marc Wilmots

    Belgium coach Marc Wilmots says he will make a decision on his future but "not when there is adrenaline flowing".

    He's going to leave, basically. 

  13. Goals galore

    WALES INTO THE SEMI-FINALS

    Wales have scored 10 goals at Euro 2016, only once has a British team scored more at a major tournament (England, 11 in World Cup 1966).

  14. Get Involved

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    Oliver Terry: Never felt more devastated for a footballer than Aaron Ramsey - at least he held it together more than Gazza 

    Ramsey misses the semi-final against Portugal after picking up his second booking in five games.

  15. 'We started to be fearful'

    WALES INTO THE SEMI-FINALS

    Belgium boss Marc Wilmots: "For 20-25 minutes we played well but we started to be fearful."

  16. You're going nowhere Gareth

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  17. 'BBC semi-finals'

    BBC Wales have rebranded their Twitter account. They were BBC Williams when I checked after Ashley Williams' equaliser.

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  18. YESSSS! GO ON KANU

    Kanu has fond memories of Wales' World Cup run in 1958 too...

  19. 'We surprised Belgium'

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    Wales manager Chris Coleman: "It was amazing. Once we got through the group stage we knew we'd have a chance but playing Belgium, they are a top team. We knew we had to bring our A game and our players certainly did that. Plus.

    "An incredible performance. We surprised Belgium."