Wales duffed out Belgium to the tune of a 3-1 victory in the UEFA Euro quarterfinals on Friday, sending Gareth Bale and the Welshmen onward to a semifinal bout with Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal.

After going down a goal early in the going, Wales bounced back with three answered goals from Ashley Williams, Hal Robson-Kanu and Same Vokes.

The unlikely victory prompted Twitter to go full Twitter, whales and all:

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Wales fans going absolutely mental tonight! Who can blame them! pic.twitter.com/RvIjsQDTP6

— Casual Ultra (@thecasualultra) July 1, 2016

WE ARE ALL WALES TODAY pic.twitter.com/u27DEVJxHX

— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) July 1, 2016

WALES pic.twitter.com/6CuKN1D9WX

— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) July 1, 2016

To Wales, please can you win the football? Thanks, ND pic.twitter.com/9zmgxZLMFw

— Neck Deep (@NeckDeepUK) July 1, 2016

Well done Whales! #WALBEL pic.twitter.com/mP2C8M1O8l

— Ciara J Metcalfe (@CiaraJMetcalfe) July 1, 2016

Omg whales! pic.twitter.com/gaYdJMyYyj

— Just LP (@LikkitP) July 1, 2016

Whales pic.twitter.com/v78ah76rSg

— KFC (@KFCBarstool) July 1, 2016

Even Wale, the de facto king of Wales, weight in.

Go Wales Go Wales

— Wale (@Wale) July 1, 2016

With the Ronaldo versus Bale clash imminent, everyone is arming themselves for battle.

Cristiano Ronaldo vs Gareth Bale.

Oh yes.. pic.twitter.com/WaQKJjJCU8

— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) July 1, 2016

Bale v Ronaldo in the semi-final.

Just another game in which Ronaldo doesn't want Bale to be the one who scores the goals.

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) July 1, 2016

When Bale told Ronaldo "see you in the semi-finals" pic.twitter.com/2iKBf3wUet

— Complex UK (@complex_uk) July 1, 2016

Telling myself that the god of football wants to see Bale v Ronaldo.

— Welsh not British (@welshnotbritish) July 1, 2016

Bravo, Wales. You Wale'd the hardest, and now will Wale on Ronaldo, if there is a kind and good god in this universe.

Dan is on Twitter. He Wale be there for the game.