England versus Wales was one of the most exciting games of the Euro 2016 so far, as the winner was decided in the last minute of injury time.
The lead in the game was taken by Wales, as Gareth Bale was able to once again score from a free-kick in the first-half, even though Joe Hart could have easily saved his shot. The 1-0 score put England in a pretty bad position, as in the case of a loss, the Three Lions would have had just a point entering the third and last round of the group stage.
However, as the second-half began, Roy Hodgson had made two changes, which eventually saved the day. The inclusion of Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge proved to be more than crucial, as both of them scored one goal apiece, in the 56th and 92nd minute respectfully.
Moreover, it should be noted that today’s comeback is the first time England has won a game at an international tournament after being down at half-time.
Roy Hodgson right now after two substitutes score for #ENG#ENGWAL#EURO2016 pic.twitter.com/ymeQkOxKwo — BBC 5 live Sport (@5liveSport) June 16, 2016
When both your subs score! pic.twitter.com/wUW5MjSjIu— Sunday League (@SundayShoutsFC) June 16, 2016
when you bet your farm on Wales winning against England and now you’re homeless (Credit: @AbdiTV) pic.twitter.com/pSGABV87yI — TheSPORTbible (@TSBible) June 16, 2016
How good was Rashford? The guy has ice in his veins. Unbelievable ability and temperament — James (@writtenoff_mufc) June 16, 2016
Thought Marcus Rashford was fearless and exuberant when he came on. Incredible for an 18-year-old to keep calm on this stage. Wow.— Liam Canning (@OffsideLiam) June 16, 2016
In 20 minutes Rashford’s done more than Sterling who’s started both group games. Rashford has to start at RW for England in their next game. — Man Utd Update (@MufcDevilUpdate) June 16, 2016