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Wales miss out on place at Euro 2024 after losing penalty shootout against Poland

Wales have failed to qualify for Euro 2024 after losing to Poland in Cardiff.

The game went to penalties after it remained 0-0 after 90 minutes and extra-time.

The Dragons have qualified for the last two UEFA European Football Championships, reaching the semi-finals in 2016 and the round of 16 in the delayed 2021 tournament.

It comes after Wales secured a 4-1 victory over Finland in the play-off semi-final last Thursday.

They needed to secure a win in both play-off matches in order to qualify for the tournament in Germany later this year.

Rob Page’s side have lost several experienced players since the World Cup in 2022, including midfielder Joe Allen and former captain Gareth Bale.

England have already reached Euro 2024 as the winners of qualifying Group C and Scotland as the runners-up in qualifying Group A.

Daniel James and manager Rob Page following the defeat
Image: Daniel James and manager Rob Page following the defeat

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