Ginge books semi slot

James Collins came off the bench as Wales claimed their place in the Euro 2016 semi-finals with an historic 3-1 victory over Belgium.

Ginge replaced Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey to help Chris Coleman's side secure the nation's first ever last-four place at a major tournament.

Wales were worthy winners of a remarkable game, coming from behind to defeat Europe's top placed country in the FIFA rankings.

After Radja Nainggolan gave the Belgians an early lead with a stunning long-range strike, Wales came roaring back to level through skipper Ashley Williams.

Neil Taylor and Gareth Bale both went close before the break, but it was in the second half that Wales made it count - showing a far more decisive edge than their opponents.

Hal Robson-Kanu made it 2-1 with an exquisite touch, turn and finish, before Sam Vokes nodded home to seal victory late on.

Collins then made his bow, and could feature again in the semi-final with defender Ben Davies due to serve a suspension.

The two other remaining Hammers in the tournament, Angelo Ogbonna and Dimitri Payet, are involved later in the weekend, with Italy facing Germany on Saturday and France playing Iceland on Sunday.