Wales fan in tears as they beat Russia 3-0 to top Group B

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On Thursday, a video went viral of a Wales fan in tears during their 2-1 defeat to England. At the time of his sobbing, his side were drawing 1-1 but the pressure had obviously got to him.

But it seems that Wales supporters love a good cry. Another Welshman has been caught blubbering during their sensational 3-0 victory over Russia on Monday night.

The fan was seen fighting back the tears during their country’s magnificent win before breaking out into a chant of ‘Wales, Wales, Wales.’


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It was incredible to see this sort of passion from the man.

It's the same passion that was seen on the pitch in Toulouse as Chris Coleman’s side brushed aside Russia to grab top spot in Group B.

With England only managing a 0-0 draw with Slovakia, Wales progress as group winners meaning they will now play a third-placed side in the last-16.

Aaron Ramsey got the Welsh off to a flyer when his brilliant dink over Igor Akinveev from a lovely Joe Allen through ball put his side 1-0 up after just 10 minutes.

Their lead was doubled shortly afterwards when Neil Taylor made it 2-0 at the second attempt.

Gareth Bale was always going to get in on the act and he made it 3-0 in the second-half to make it three goals in as many games at Euro 2016.

It was the perfect response after the devastation of conceding an injury-time goal against England to lose 2-1.

If the Welsh players can continue to show as much passion as their fans, don’t rule them out from going all the way in this competition.

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