Wales vs. Belgium  3 - 1

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90' +2 Hennessey claims a cross with ease, as Wales continue to shut up shop impressively in Lille. The Welsh support are urging their players on, with Hazard summing up Belgium's evening with a terrible long-range attempt that arrows into the stands.
90' +1 We're into the first of three minutes of stoppage time.
90' J. Collins enters the game and replaces A. Ramsey.
Ramsey is taken off after getting his final warning, with Collins introduced for the dying embers.
89' Wales are merely running away on the break and trying to earn his back five some respite, with Allen and Ramsey running down one-way alleys knowingly. Belgium need two goals in the next five minutes.
87' Bale tries to find Ramsey with a rasping cross-field pass, but Meunier cuts it out well. Belgium are desperately looking for a way back into this game. Taylor makes a timely clearance to deny Batshuayi from stealing in at the back post.
85' S. Vokes has scored a goal for Wales! Assist by C. Gunter.
T. Alderweireld gets yellow.
Alderweireld gets a yellow card after going in late on Ramsey.
Gunter breaks down the right, before curling a lovely cross in from a wide area. Vokes just glancing it on its way across a despairing Courtois, with Wales about to make history!
GOOOOOOOOOAL! VOKES MAKES IT 3-1! Belgium can't believe it! Only five minutes remain, with Coleman's men sitting very pretty indeed. The Burnley striker manages to guide a beautiful header across goal, finding the inside of the far post.
83' M. Batshuayi enters the game and replaces R. Lukaku.
Nainggolan goes down the in the box, claiming a foul from A. Williams, but the referee isn't interested at all! The Welsh captain took his ankle, and once again Coleman's men get away with it. Belgium will be livid if they crash out after missing out on two key refereeing decisions.
82' We're well into the last 10 minutes in Lille, with Belgium needing to come up with something special if they are to avoid going out of this tournament prematurely. Alderweireld lifts a long pass towards the focal point of Fellaini, but Hennessey is quick off his line to claim over the physical Belgian substitute. Time is really running out for the Red Devils.
80' S. Vokes enters the game and replaces H. Robson-Kanu.
Lukaku is seemingly brought down on the edge of the penalty area, with Davies adjudged to have not made contact with the Everton striker. Somehow, the referee doesn't give it, with Davies very lucky to still be on the pitch. Moments later, Witsel takes aim from range, with the Zenit midfielder sending an awful effort high and wide of the top-right corner.
Robson-Kanu is taken off, after scoring potentially the goal of his life, with Vokes given the last 10 minutes to impress.
78' A. King enters the game and replaces J. Ledley.
Another great cross is clipped in from the left-hand side, but Davies makes an important headed interception to deny Fellaini. Moments later, Witsel is picked out at the back post by a flick-on, but he can't stretch enough to make telling contact.
Coleman freshens it up in midfield, with King replacing the tired Ledley.
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