Wales fans in heaven as their side beat Turkey 2-0 – almost certainly sealing Euro 2020 second-round

Elated Wales fans celebrate by packing out pubs at home as the team beat Turkey 2-0 in their Euro 2020 Group A match in Azerbaijan.    

Wales’ Aaron Ramsey scored their side’s first goal of the game at the Baku Olympic Stadium, Azerbaijan.

Gareth Bale played a lobbed pass over the opposing defense and Ramsey chested it down before knocking it past onrushing Turkey goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir in the 42nd minute.

Bale had a chance to make it 2-0 but he missed from the penalty spot in the 61st minute. Connor Roberts added the second in the final moments of the game.

Wales has four points in Group A from its first two games while Turkey has zero after losing both of its matches. 

Boris Johnson took to Twitter to congratulate Wales, writing: ‘Huge congratulations to @Cymru on their first win of #Euro2020. Well done to Robert Page and his squad.’ 

Hundreds of fans joined together at the Vale Sport Arena in Cardiff to watch the Dragons.

Wales fans celebrate the opening goal whilst watching the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A

Wales fans celebrate the opening goal whilst watching the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A

Wales fans celebrate the opening goal whilst watching the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A

Football fans react as they watch Wales v Turkey at the Vale Sports Arena on June 16, 2021 in Penarth, Wales

Football fans react as they watch Wales v Turkey at the Vale Sports Arena on June 16, 2021 in Penarth, Wales

Football fans react as they watch Wales v Turkey at the Vale Sports Arena on June 16, 2021 in Penarth, Wales

Wales fans react to Gareth Bale missing a penalty whilst watching the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match between Turkey and Wales at the Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

Wales fans react to Gareth Bale missing a penalty whilst watching the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match between Turkey and Wales at the Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

Wales fans react to Gareth Bale missing a penalty whilst watching the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match between Turkey and Wales at the Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

Wales fans watch the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match between Turkey and Wales at the Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

Wales fans watch the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match between Turkey and Wales at the Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

Wales fans watch the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match between Turkey and Wales at the Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

Turkey had strong support from traveling fans and many locals in close ally Azerbaijan. The presidents of both Turkey and Azerbaijan were in attendance. 

The crowd was visibly larger than the 8,782 who watched Wales play Switzerland in Azerbaijan last week.

Both teams predicted it would be like a home game for the Turks because the country is allies with Azerbaijan and they have close cultural ties.

Posters reading ‘one people, two states’ and ‘Turkey, our hearts beat with you’ were on the walls of the subway system in the city. 

Boris Johnson congratulated Wales, tweeting: 'Huge congratulations to @Cymru'

Boris Johnson congratulated Wales, tweeting: 'Huge congratulations to @Cymru'

Boris Johnson congratulated Wales, tweeting: ‘Huge congratulations to @Cymru’

Wales' Gareth Bale celebrates after his teammates Wales' Connor Roberts scored his sides second goal

Wales' Gareth Bale celebrates after his teammates Wales' Connor Roberts scored his sides second goal

Wales’ Gareth Bale celebrates after his teammates Wales’ Connor Roberts scored his sides second goal

Wales players celebrate their second goal scored by Wales' defender Connor Roberts during the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A football match between Turkey and Wales

Wales players celebrate their second goal scored by Wales' defender Connor Roberts during the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A football match between Turkey and Wales

Wales players celebrate their second goal scored by Wales’ defender Connor Roberts during the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A football match between Turkey and Wales

Wales' Aaron Ramsey scores their side's first goal of the game during the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan

Wales' Aaron Ramsey scores their side's first goal of the game during the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan

Wales’ Aaron Ramsey scores their side’s first goal of the game during the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan

Wales fans celebrate the opening goal whilst watching the UEFA Euro 2020

Wales fans celebrate the opening goal whilst watching the UEFA Euro 2020

Wales fans celebrate the opening goal whilst watching the UEFA Euro 2020

Wales fans watch the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match between Turkey and Wales at the Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

Wales fans watch the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match between Turkey and Wales at the Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

Wales fans watch the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match between Turkey and Wales at the Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

The 2020 UEFA European Championship was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and rescheduled to run from June 11 to July 11, 2021

The 2020 UEFA European Championship was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and rescheduled to run from June 11 to July 11, 2021

The 2020 UEFA European Championship was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and rescheduled to run from June 11 to July 11, 2021

Wales supporters celebrate end of the Euro 2020 soccer championship group A match between Turkey and Wales at at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan

Wales supporters celebrate end of the Euro 2020 soccer championship group A match between Turkey and Wales at at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan

Wales supporters celebrate end of the Euro 2020 soccer championship group A match between Turkey and Wales at at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan

The Dragons are taking on Turkey for its European Championship game in Baku

The Dragons are taking on Turkey for its European Championship game in Baku

The Dragons are taking on Turkey for its European Championship game in Baku

The crowd was visibly larger than the 8,782 who watched Wales play Switzerland in Azerbaijan last week - at home Wales fans pack out Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

The crowd was visibly larger than the 8,782 who watched Wales play Switzerland in Azerbaijan last week - at home Wales fans pack out Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

The crowd was visibly larger than the 8,782 who watched Wales play Switzerland in Azerbaijan last week – at home Wales fans pack out Vale Sport Arena, Cardiff

Wales fans watch the UEFA Euro 2020

Wales fans watch the UEFA Euro 2020

Wales fans watch the UEFA Euro 2020

Defeat against Italy means Turkey have lost their opening match at all seven of their major tournament appearances. Pictured: A Wales fan celebrating the opening goal

Defeat against Italy means Turkey have lost their opening match at all seven of their major tournament appearances. Pictured: A Wales fan celebrating the opening goal

Defeat against Italy means Turkey have lost their opening match at all seven of their major tournament appearances. Pictured: A Wales fan celebrating the opening goal

The most recent meeting between these sides was in 1997, when Turkey won a World Cup qualifier in Istanbul 6-4 – the only time Wales have scored four times in a game but still lost.

Wales boss Page started in that game, having made his international debut against Turkey in 1996.

Turkey attempted just three shots against Italy, their lowest total in a European Championship match. None of those efforts were on target.

Defeat against Italy means Turkey have lost their opening match at all seven of their major tournament appearances. But they have advanced to the knockout stage the last three times they have avoided defeat in their second game (at Euro 2000 and 2008, plus the 2002 World Cup).

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan (centre) and his wife Emine in the stands during the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan (centre) and his wife Emine in the stands during the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan (centre) and his wife Emine in the stands during the UEFA Euro 2020 Group A match at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the stands. The presidents of both Turkey and Azerbaijan were in attendance

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the stands. The presidents of both Turkey and Azerbaijan were in attendance

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the stands. The presidents of both Turkey and Azerbaijan were in attendance

Wales players celebrate with their fans after the match, Baku Olympic Stadium, Azerbaijan

Wales players celebrate with their fans after the match, Baku Olympic Stadium, Azerbaijan

Wales players celebrate with their fans after the match, Baku Olympic Stadium, Azerbaijan 

Turkish fans pose for a photo outside Baku Olympic Stadium during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group A match between Turkey National Team and Wales National Team at Baku Olympic Stadium

Turkish fans pose for a photo outside Baku Olympic Stadium during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group A match between Turkey National Team and Wales National Team at Baku Olympic Stadium

Turkish fans pose for a photo outside Baku Olympic Stadium during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group A match between Turkey National Team and Wales National Team at Baku Olympic Stadium

Fans joined in the Vale Sport Arena in Cardiff to watch the Dragons as Gareth Bale 's men go 1-0 up against Turkey

Fans joined in the Vale Sport Arena in Cardiff to watch the Dragons as Gareth Bale 's men go 1-0 up against Turkey

Fans joined in the Vale Sport Arena in Cardiff to watch the Dragons as Gareth Bale ‘s men go 1-0 up against Turkey

Wales have only failed to score in one of their seven European Championship matches - their 2-0 semi-final defeat to Portugal in 2016. Pictured: Wales fans at at Vale Sports Arena

Wales have only failed to score in one of their seven European Championship matches - their 2-0 semi-final defeat to Portugal in 2016. Pictured: Wales fans at at Vale Sports Arena

Wales have only failed to score in one of their seven European Championship matches – their 2-0 semi-final defeat to Portugal in 2016. Pictured: Wales fans at at Vale Sports Arena

Football fans react as they watch Wales v Turkey at the Vale Sports Arena on June 16, 2021 in Penarth, Wales

Football fans react as they watch Wales v Turkey at the Vale Sports Arena on June 16, 2021 in Penarth, Wales

Football fans react as they watch Wales v Turkey at the Vale Sports Arena on June 16, 2021 in Penarth, Wales

Anticipation as Wales eyes second place in Group A. Pictured: Wales fans

Anticipation as Wales eyes second place in Group A. Pictured: Wales fans

Anticipation as Wales eyes second place in Group A. Pictured: Wales fans

Bale has not scored a competitive international goal outside of Wales since netting in a 3-0 win versus Russia at Euro 2016. Wales fans pictured

Bale has not scored a competitive international goal outside of Wales since netting in a 3-0 win versus Russia at Euro 2016. Wales fans pictured

Bale has not scored a competitive international goal outside of Wales since netting in a 3-0 win versus Russia at Euro 2016. Wales fans pictured 

Turkey’s squad has an average age of 24 days and 352 days, the lowest of any side at Euro 2020.

Wales have only failed to score in one of their seven European Championship matches – their 2-0 semi-final defeat to Portugal in 2016.

Wales have never lost a game in which Kieffer Moore has scored, while four of his six international goals have been headers.

Gareth Bale has failed to score in his past 12 appearances for Wales, his longest drought since a run of 20 matches between 2007 and 2010.

Bale has not scored a competitive international goal outside of Wales since netting in a 3-0 win versus Russia at Euro 2016.

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