Wales secured their spot in the tournament proper in France next summer after Israel’s defeat to Cyprus meant Chris Coleman’s side were guaranteed a place in the top two despite their 2-0 defeat to Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Wales sealed qualification for a major international tournament for the first time since participating in the 1958 World Cup in Sweden, after a remarkable qualification campaign spear-headed by Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale.

Chris Coleman’s men suffered their first defeat in qualification on Saturday to Bosnia & Herzegovina, but were guaranteed automatic qualification after Israel went down to Cyprus in Jerusalem.

Here are the incredible scenes from Bosnia in what will go down as an iconic moment in Welsh football history.