Wales have sealed their trip to Euro 2016 despite a 2-0 defeat to Bosnia.
Wales made history on Saturday night as they qualified for the European Championships for the first time - and their first major tournament since 1958.
A superb qualifying campaign has culminated in Wales booking their place at Euro 2016 in France next summer, even after a 2-0 defeat at Bosnia on Saturday evening, as goals from Milan Djuric and Vedad Ibisevic handed Bosnia all three points in Zenica.
Led by manager Chris Coleman and a number of star players, such as Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen played their part for Wales over the course of qualifying, and now get to write their names in to the history books as they prepare for Euro 2016.
After the game, a number of Wales players took to Twitter in order to react to their historic feat, with Real Madrid star Bale leading the celebrations.
Other players such as Wayne Hennessey, Chris Gunter, Tottenham's Ben Davies, Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey and Newcastle's Paul Dummett also sent messages following the final whistle, with Wales basking in the glory of their qualification.
Here are some of the tweets from the jubilant Wales players following the 2-0 defeat to Bosnia on Saturday evening...
We. Did. It. The night we'll never ever forget. A closer bunch of players and staff you'll never… https://t.co/9hcLU23qpa— Chris Gunter (@Chrisgunter16) October 11, 2015
Quality from the lads throughout the campaign pic.twitter.com/66bB9TgUyE— Tom (@TomLawrence99) October 10, 2015
It's official FRANCE EURO 2016!! What an achievement!! Feel… https://t.co/iIoJDxcRpO— Adam Henley (@adamhenley2) October 10, 2015