Wales pulled another masterclass to send Belgium out of the Euro 2016 Championships, coming from a goal down to beat the team ranked second in the world 3 – 1 on Friday 1 July.
The win guaranteed Wales a place at the semi final of the tournament on their first ever appearance in the tournament and the performance on the night had manager Chris Coleman purring.
Speaking after the match, the manager lauded his charges for being fearless and working hard enough to get the win even after going to the mat h as the underdogs.
“Don’t be afraid to have dreams,” said the Wales manager.
“Four years ago I was as far away from this as you could imagine. I’m enjoying it, it’s great and we deserve it.”
“If you work hard enough and you’re not afraid to dream then you’re not afraid to fail.
“I’m not afraid to fail. Everybody fails. I have had more failures than I’ve had success.” He added.
Wales will take on Portugal in the last four.