Despite multiple missed chances in the first half, Ramsey brought the ball down on his chest and hammered home to give Wales the lead.
Proceed pandemonium. The Red Wall were in dreamland.
With time ticking down, and Wales just needing to keep the ball away from their goalmouth, it looked as though Rob Page's instructions were to keep the ball in the corner.
If at first, you don't concede
Try, try, and try again. And that's exactly what Bale did - Wales' superstar.
Bale squandered a chance from the penalty spot to consolidate the victory against a pressing Turkey side. The winger won the spot-kick after being brought down by Zeki Çelik, but never looked confident enough to convert from 12 yards.
That miss made him the first player to miss a penalty during 90 minutes in the EUROs since Raúl Gonzalez in 2000.
Just like all world-class players, Bale did not let this chance faze him, as his quick thinking in the dying moments helped seal the win for Wales.
Wales just needed to keep the ball in the corner but Bale saw a gap in the Turkey defence and sprang into action, skimming the touchline before unleashing a shot and forcing a double save from Uğurcan Çakır.
The resulting corner, the same result. Except this time, Bale played the ball inside to full-back Roberts to slam home the sealing goal.
Game. Set. Match.
Oh. And the Man of the Match award to go with it.
No “I” in team
"But I don't care what level they're playing at. We respect all the teams we play, but we don't fear anybody.
"When we play like that, we've got goals in the team.
"It's phenomenal what he's doing."
Morrell has made only 10 appearances for Luton Town in the Championship this season, five of which were substitutions off the bench.
The midfielder has actually appeared more times for Wales this season than for his club side. Yet, Page still trusts the 24-year-old to perform on the big stage.
David and Goliath
30,000 Turkey fans versus 400 Wales fans. The Red Wall were totally outnumbered on Wednesday afternoon.
Did that stop them from making their voices heard? Of course not. And if anything, the atmosphere made by the Turkish fans pushed Wales to perform better, with Page wanting to "silence" the 'home' fans.
30,000 fans were unable to drown out a rendition of "Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau" as it rung around the Baku Olympic Stadium.
And the Wales fans were the only voices heard after the final whistle, applauding any players who had gone for a cool down having not got onto the pitch during the game.
Not even COVID-19 could stop the Red Wall.