Chris Coleman's team lost 2-0 to Portugal in Lyon
The dream is over for Wales.
Despite a tight and entertaining first half, Portugal were deserved 2-0 winners in Lyon to book their place in their second European Championship Final in 12 years. Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani booked Portugal's place in the decider against either France or Germany.
Even though they lost, the Welsh players took to social media after the game to show how proud they were of their performances in France over the six games.
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What me and my team has done is incredible will go done in history I'm sure but trust me this is only the beginning. I love my nation....— Joe Ledley (@joe16led) July 7, 2016
Don't be sad Wales. It's a time to be proud of our country. You lot have given us so much. Diolch yn fawr ❤️ pic.twitter.com/LiGO8WFZJa— Chris Gunter (@Chrisgunter16) July 7, 2016
Former Welsh internationals spoke after the game too. Pride seemed to be the overwhelming emotion from the former players.
Heroes every single one of them 👍🏻 #cymruambyth— Robbie Savage (@RobbieSavage8) July 6, 2016
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Proud to be welsh— Neville Southall (@NevilleSouthall) July 6, 2016
1/2 I'm sure they will be disappointed tonight ... But when they wake up tomorrow I hope they realise what they have achieved... I am so— Jack collison (@jackcollison) July 6, 2016
2/2 proud to have shared the pitch with so many of these lads.. Not only have they inspired me, but an entire nation back home... Incredible— Jack collison (@jackcollison) July 6, 2016
Feel immensely proud of the boys tonight.. Yes we have performed better but done themselves and our proud nation a world of justice.. #WALES— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) July 6, 2016