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    Slovakia 4-2 Ireland (Penalties): Pavel Hapal’s side win a place in the European Championships play-off final in Bratislava after holding their nerve in penalties

    • After 90 minutes the game between Slovakia ended Ireland ended 0-0
    • Slovakia’s best chance came from Hamsik but was stopped on the line by Duffy    
    • Ireland’s biggest moment came in the 85th min but Robinson failed to convert
    • Alan Browne hit the post for Stephen Kenny’s side in the first half of extra time
    • However, it was Pavel Hapal’s side who held their nerve and won on penalties 4-2

    It is Slovakia who have won a place in the European Championships play-off final in Bratislava after holding their nerve in the penalty shootout.

    After 90 minutes the game between Slovakia and Ireland ended 0-0 forcing both sides to enter into extra time.  

    Alan Browne had three huge chances but the most prominent came in the first half of extra time. The substitute hit the post after Brady and O’Dowda combined down the left. 

    However the second half of extra time also finished 0-0, taking both sides into penalties.

    But it is Pavel Hapal’s side who have emerged victorious to go through.   

    MATCH FACTS

    Ireland: Randolph, Doherty, Stevens, Duffy (c), Egan, Hourihane, McCarthy, McGoldrick, McClean, Robinsob, Hendrick

    Subs: Kelleher, Molumby, Idah, Byrne, Brady, Williams, Connolly, Long, O’Dowda, Travers, Browne. 

    Slovakia:  Rodak, Pekarik, Vavro, Valjent, Mazan, Kucka, Hrosovsky, Hamsik (c), Rusnak

    Subs: Bero, Schranz, Koscelnik, Pauschek, Haraslin, Gregus, Gyomber, Bozenik, Mak, Kuciak, Greif 

     

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