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Pictures: Wales's fairytale journey at Euro 2016

Wales's historic journey at Euro 2016 has ended after a defeat to Portugal in their first ever semi-final at a major tournament. Here's a gallery of how they got there.
Wales 2-1 Slovakia, 11 June 2016: Gareth Bale celebrates after scoring the first goal against Slovakia during the first group match Euro 2016. Wales beat Slovakia 2-1 in a dramatic opener to make a powerful return to a major tournament after nearly 60 years.
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Wales 1-2 England, 16 June 2016: Gareth Bale is disappointed after losing to England during their huge home nations clash.
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Wales 3-0 Russia, 20 June 2016: Midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who scored the first goal against Russia, celebrates with defender Neil Taylor, who scored the second goal. Gareth Bale finished the night off with the third goal, sending Wales to the top of their group and into the knockout stages.
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Wales 1-0 Northern Ireland, 25 June 2016: Northern Ireland's Gareth McAuley scores an own goal, handing Wales the win and taking them to the quarter-finals.
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Wales 3-1 Belgium, 1 July 2016: Wales played the perfect game when they came from a goal down to beat Belgium 3-1. The win took them to their first ever semi-final at a major competition.
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Wales 0-2 Portugal, 6 July 2016: Welsh players walk off the pitch disappointed after losing 2-0 to Portugal in the Euro 2016 semi-finals. Wales's biggest ever game also saw a clash of the titans - Cristiano Ronaldo v Gareth Bale. Ronaldo scored and got the man of the match title. Wales went home defeated, but still champions in the eyes of many.
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