Wales started their Euro 2016 campaign with a win over Slovakia but Group B rivals England could only manage a draw with Russia.
Wales marked their first appearance in a major tournament since 1958 with a 2-1 victory in Bordeaux, Gareth Bale and Hal Robson-Kanu the scorers.
In Marseille, Tottenham’s Eric Dier put England ahead in the second half but they were denied victory by a stoppage-time equaliser from Vasili Berezutski.
England boss Roy Hodgson told BBC Radio 5 live: “When you concede with one minute left, it is a bitter disappointment.
“In the first half I thought that was as good a performance as we are capable of giving.
“It feels like defeat because we were preparing to celebrate a victory and we don’t have that possibility now.”
Playing in their first major tournaments for 58 years, Wales took the lead through Real Madrid’s Bale before Robson-Kanu’s scuffed finish won it for Wales after Ondrej Duda had equalised for Slovakia.
“Our fans are the best in the world. It was like a home game – they fully got behind us and we gave them something to celebrate,” said Bale.
“It was a historic moment for our country, a massive moment.”
England and Wales play against one another in Lens on 16 June (14:00 BST).