Wales' forward Hal Robson-Kanu (R) scores a goal during the Euro 2016 quarter-final football match between Wales and Belgium at the Pierre-Mauroy stadium in Villeneuve-d'Ascq near Lille, on July 1, 2016. / AFP / PHILIPPE HUGUEN
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Hal Robson-Kanu scored a sensational goal as Wales came from behind to stun Belgium 3-1 in Friday's Euro 2016 quarterfinal in Lille and reach their first major tournament semifinal.Radja Nainggolan gave Belgium a 13th-minute lead, but Ashley Williams equalized before a dazzling strike from Robson-Kanu, whose contract with English second-tier club Reading expired Thursday, and a late header by substitute Sam Vokes earned Wales a historic victory.In beating Belgium, who they also defeated in qualifying, Chris Coleman's men surpassed the Wales greats of 1958, whose quarterfinal showing at that year's World Cup in Sweden had been the country's best previous achievement.But they will have to do without both Ben Davies and Aaron Ramsey, who set up two of the Wales goals, after they received bookings that ruled them out of the semifinal.It was Wales who scored next with a 55th-minute goal that lit up the tournament.
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