Wales lose their RWC semi final against the Springboks 16-19.
It's heartbreak for Wales as they've been denied a place in the rugby World Cup final.
Their game against South Africa in Yokohama ended 19 points to 16.
It's been a tournament to make a nation proud of its players and supporters 🏴 Chi, y cefnogwyr, sy'n neud y gêm yma mor arbennig.— Welsh Rugby Union 🏉 (@WelshRugbyUnion) 27 October 2019
Tough to go out at the semi-final stage, but hats off to the @Springboks on their performance. #RWC2019 pic.twitter.com/CoxQVwnFYd
A massive try from Josh Adams and the boot of Dan Biggar proved crucial for Wales but it wasn't enough with the Springboks scoring a late penalty.
It means it's a an England-Springboks final next weekend and a third place play off match for Wales against New Zealand on Friday
That game will be Warren Gatland's final game in charge of the national side.
🗣 "It wasn't our day but I'm still proud to pull this jersey on and represent all the people in red in the stadium."@WelshRugbyUnion captain Alun Wyn Jones reflects on his nation's defeat to South Africa in the #RWC2019 semi-final 🏴#WALvRSA #WebbEllisCup pic.twitter.com/iYLGjHWDxV— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) 27 October 2019