Q Radio Sport
Linfield are just 90 minutes away from becoming the first Irish League team to reach the group stages of the Europa League.
It's after they scored a shock 3-2 win in Thursday night's play-off first leg against Qarabag at Windsor Park.
Former Everton player Shayne Lavery struck twice for the Blues including a brilliant individual goal, running from half-way to hit what proved to be the winner.
The performance had manager David Healy singing 20-year-old Lavery's praises...
#EuropaLeague play-off 1st leg— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 22, 2019
FT: @OfficialBlues 3
(Stafford, Lavery MOTM x2)@FKQarabaghEN 2
Windsor erupts. One of the greatest ever results from an Irish League club in Europe. David Healy’s men 90 mins away from group stages & £4m jackpot.
Magnificent 👏 👏 👏 👏 👏 pic.twitter.com/uiNODXUkjy
The second leg is in Azerbaijan next Thursday and Blues fans say they've nothing to fear after the heroics at Windsor....
📸 The smiles say it all from @OfficialBlues fans - bursting with pride after famous #EuropaLeague win. They’re on air am about “sensational” Shayne Lavery & if they can finish job & go through: “Of course, we won here when they said we’d lose 4 or 5, we’ll beat them there too!” pic.twitter.com/kmnhfmRKTB— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 22, 2019
In other football news, ex-Linfield player Aaron Burns has left Coleraine by mutual consent.
And Derry City host Dundalk on Friday night in the second round of the FAI Cup (7.45pm).