WATCH: Wales squad celebrate England's elimination from Euro 2016

Chris Coleman's side play Belgium in the quarter-finals

BY Daniel Kelly 09:42 Tuesday 28 June 2016, 9:42 28 Jun 2016

No matter what happens against Belgium in the quarter-finals, Euro 2016 will be remembered fondly in Wales.

The Welsh squad settled in on Monday night in their Dinard base to watch England's game with Iceland. Chris Coleman's side had already booked their place in the last-eight with a win over Northern Ireland in Paris on Saturday.

Despite their 2-1 loss to England in the group stages, Wales will be the best-performing British team in the competition, and the realisation that at full-time in Nice, sent the squad into celebration mode.

Squad members including Aaron Ramsey and Joe Ledley can be seen jumping around the team room at the full-time whistle as the World looked on in shock to what happened in the final Second Round game.

It looks the mantra of the Stereophonics song "As Long As Beat The English" rings true amongst the Welsh players.


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