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All the match build-up, action and reaction as it happened
It was an end which few could have seen coming after a first half in which both teams had certainly stuck to the script, England dominating possession, Wales refusing to press too high in a bid to keep their shape. Roy Hodgson's side seldom unpicked the lock, Raheem Sterling missing the target with their best opportunity after a break from Adam Lallana.
Gary Cahill, Chris Smalling and Harry Kane all threatened with headers, television replays showing that the Tottenham Hotspur striker's effort ricocheted off first the head and then the hand of Ben Davies.
Enter Gareth Bale. The Real Madrid forward lined up a free-kick which looked too far out, but such was the dip and swerve that Joe Hart could only palm into his net.
Cue the cavalry. Aaron Ramsey volleyed at Hart and Wayne Rooney tested Wayne Hennessey, but it was Vardy – brought on alongside Sturridge as Hodgson switched to a 4-4-2 – who restored parity, swivelling sharply to turn the ball in from close range after Wales had failed to clear a corner.
Chaos ensued, albeit briefly, with England throwing everything – teenage sensation Marcus Rashford included – at Wales, but Chris Coleman's team looked to have regathered themselves until Sturridge, afer a neat give-and-go and a favourable bounce of the ball, forced his way through a congested penalty area and poked past Hennessey.
Man of the match: Kyle Walker