Reliving Wales' journey to the Euro 2016 semi-finals
With no football on, we naturally glance to the past
Euro 2020 will not be happening this year. It remains uncertain when any type of football will resume. So with all this time on our hands, many of us will be reflecting back on football of the past, trying to rekindle the emotional highs that only sport can provide.
Almost four years since Wales shocked the world by reaching the Euro 2016 semi-finals, we sat down with Charlton midfielder Jonny Williams to watch Don't Take Me Home and relive Wales' incredible journey.
Williams played in four of their six matches at that tournament, winning the free-kick that Gareth Bale scored to kickstart their campaign. In a career full of frustrating injuries, the tournament remains his career highlight.
Watch the full video below.
“Gareth Bale said to me: ‘If you win a free-kick, I’ll score it. The plan worked!”
Wales midfielder Jonny Williams relives the team’s famous Euro 2016 run 🏴 pic.twitter.com/zdRiyNRtgT
— FootballJOE (@FootballJOE) April 22, 2020