It was more of a party than a football match at times as the Welsh public turned out to salute their heroes on a night when Chris Coleman‚Äôs side celebrated their qualification for next summer‚Äôs European Championship finals with a victory that was nothing like as entertaining as Joe Ledley‚Äôs‚Ä
Wales overcome rugged minnows and head happily to the finals 9.42pm BST Wales end their qualifying campaign in the way they started it, beating Andorra. But it‚Äôs the stuff they did in between that was most remarkable and explains why this final whistle will be followed by an era-defining party.‚Ä
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