Daniel Sturridge played the hero for England against Wales, getting the winning goal at the death, as they won 2-1.
England came from behind in the second half, with Vardy and Liverpool striker coming on and scoring to render Bales’ opener useless.
Bales sent in a long-range freekick, which went past Joe Hart, but Vardy cancelled that out, before Daniel Sturridge scored at the death.
The Leicester City striker grasped his first opportunity to score, before Sturridge pounced to seal a victory that England will feel they deserved after dominating possession and creating more chances as the match progressed.
England move top of the group on four points and will definitely reach the last 16 if they get at least a draw in their final match against Slovakia, who are level with Wales on three points.