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Home / Latest News / Fans in Paris and Cardiff sang their hearts out as Wales marched into the Euro 2016 quarter finals

Fans in Paris and Cardiff sang their hearts out as Wales marched into the Euro 2016 quarter finals

They’re separated by about 400-odd miles of land and sea.

But football fans in both Paris and Cardiff were united through song as Wales marched to victory over Northern Ireland on Saturday afternoon.

The fans in France and back home in Wales made their feelings known in glorious style after the final whistle blew.

Welsh and Northern Ireland fans in the Parc des Princes sang the cult chant Will Grigg’s On Fire, a tribute to player Will Grigg, while back at home in Cardiff they went for the more traditional Delilah.

Time for everyone to rest their voices now ahead of Friday’s quarter final.



Wales Fans both sides of the Channel celebrate with a song



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