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Pictures: Wales out of 2018 World Cup

Wales' 2018 World Cup dreams are over after being beaten by the Republic of Ireland.
Wales' 2018 World Cup dreams are over after being beaten by the Republic of Ireland.
Jeff Hendrick of the Republic of Ireland and Aaron Ramsey of Wales battle for possessionAllsport
Wales hosted the match at Cardiff City Stadium and managed to gain control in the first half.
Joe Ledley of Wales holds off James McClean of the Republic of IrelandAllsport
Gareth Bale, who is injured, could only look on and watch, as his team started to struggle.
Gareth Bale watching match from standsAllsport
It was this goal in the 57th minute from James McClean that would end Wales' hopes.
James McClean scores goalReuters
Wales then put all their effort into snatching the play-off place back but they didn't manage to score any goals.
James McClean celebrates scoring goalReuters
Wales manager, Chris Coleman, says he's undecided about his future in charge of the team after the loss.
Chris Coleman watches matchAllsport
After Wales' success at Euro 2016 last year, the nation will be disappointed their World Cup hopes are already over before it has even begun.
Joe Ledley looks dejected after the lossPA