When Wales qualified top of their group at Euro 2016, the nation really started to believe.
Then they drew Belgium, and it seemed that Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku et al would be too much for them.
One nil down and it looked like the Belgian side were going to storm it – until Ashley Williams decided to step up of course.
From that goal on, the Welsh looked like the better side – and managed to win 3-1, and obviously the internet broke.
One nil down and people were worried…
Goal of the Tournament from Nainggolan? pic.twitter.com/selW55ijnU
— 138.com (@138dotcom) July 1, 2016
You don’t need me to confirm TB status on that Nainggolan goal. We all know what that was. Textbook effort.
— Iain Macintosh (@iainmacintosh) July 1, 2016
Step forward Williams..
So rare to see Ashley Williams smile. Normally only see him grimace or hide head in shame after a glaring mistake. Lovely to see him happy
— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) July 1, 2016
Totally, utterly, completely deserved equaliser for Wales. Great header by Ashley Williams.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) July 1, 2016
Goals at #Euro2016:
Thomas Muller: 0
Harry Kane: 0
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 0
Ashley Williams: 1 pic.twitter.com/onaaR7x3hS
— The Sun Football (@TheSunFootball) July 1, 2016
Oh, and legend Hal Robson Kanu had his say as well…
Hal come Robson-Kanu hasn't got a club? Certainly put himself in the shop window in this tournament.
— Andy Naylor (@AndyNaylorArgus) July 1, 2016
— Titanic Goals (@TitanicGoals) July 1, 2016
As it stands in the semi-final, Cristiano Ronaldo will face a footballer in his own league….
Hal Robson-Kanu. pic.twitter.com/36DqYagGTl
— Coral (@Coral) July 1, 2016
And then it was three after Vokes scored…
Hahahaha get in! Brilliant this from Wales, absolutely brilliant.
— The Liverpool Way (@theliverpoolway) July 1, 2016
I am so proud of Wales! Absolutely incredible. Screaming the gaff down
— Simon Clare (@SiClare) July 1, 2016
I'm actually buzzing for Wales!
— Oakel (@Oakelfish) July 1, 2016
Wales v Iceland final anyone ?!
— Chris Wood (@Chris3Wood) July 1, 2016
Leicester and Wales showing us what Football should be, team unity and structure with a sprinkle of hard work… LFC for the league
— BloodLFC (@AustraliaLFC) July 1, 2016
Robbie Savage lost the plot…
"Go and wake your kids up…!" wails Robbie Savage. That's a great bit of commentary.
— Amy Lawrence (@amylawrence71) July 1, 2016
Oh, and the England digs came thick and fast…
Hard work beats talent if talent doesn't work hard. Wales epitomising everything England are not.
— Adam Sweeney (@AdamWSweeney) July 1, 2016