Euro 2016: Wales through to semis as they beat Belgium 3-1
Wales will be looking to reach their first semi final in over 58 years when they face tournament dark horses Belgium in the second quarterfinal of Euro 2016 on Friday.euro 2016 Updated: Jul 02, 2016 02:22 IST
Wales came back from one goal down to complete a brilliant 3-1 win against Belgium to book their Euro 2016 semifinal berth on Friday.
Belgium coach Marc Wilmots made three changes, two of which were enforced, for Friday’s Euro 2016 quarter-final against Gareth Bale’s Wales at Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille.
The duo of 21-year old Jason Denayer and Jordan Lukaku -- brother of striker Romelu -- will come into the Belgium back four, while Wales manager Chris Coleman made one change to the team that beat Northern Ireland 1-0 in the last 16, with Hal Robson-Kanu coming into the team up front alongside Bale and Sam Vokes dropping out.
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