Irish hearts were broken and tears were flowing last week when the Republic of Ireland didn’t make the World Cup after getting beat 5-1 by Denmark.
After Saturday night’s 0-0 draw in Copenhagen both Denmark and the Republic of Ireland are still in with a chance of qualifying for next summer’s World Cup in Russia.
Iceland have become the smallest country to ever qualify for a World Cup and have followed up their fantastic success in France last summer with another fantastic achievement.
James McClean does it again, McClean has done so much for the Republic of Ireland during this qualifying campaign and has now scored the goal that sends Ireland one step closer to the World Cup in Russia.
The Republic of Ireland face Moldova this Friday and then Wales on Monday knowing that they have to win both games if they are to have any chance to qualify for the World Cup in Russia next year.