By Alex Taylor

Liverpool star Jamie Carragher has rejoiced in Wales’ stunning 3-1 victory over Belgium by suggesting the ‘Cruyff turn’ be rebranded as the ‘Robson-Kanu turn’ after the Welshman’s stunning goal on Friday night.

Wales went behind in the game before a header from captain Ashley Williams levelled the score.

Hal Robson-Kanu secured his place in Welsh football folklore early in the second half when he received a ball from Aaron Ramsey and was surrounded inside the Belgium penalty area with his back to goal.

The 27-year-old, currently not contracted to a team, turned all three surrounding players before slotting the ball beyond the outstretched arm of Thibaut Courtois to put Wales in front.

Reds legend Carragher took to social media to join in the celebrations. He said: “Cruyff turn is now the Robson Kanu turn! #WALBEL #EURO2016.”

Wales will now face Portugal in the semi-final of the European Championships in a match that will pit Real Madrid stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale against each other for the first time in the tournament.

In other Liverpool news, It has emerged that the Reds are interested in signing Moussa Sissoko – and it is fair to say quite a few supporters on Twitter were not too happy with the club’s reported transfer target