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Northern Ireland cruised to a 3-0 victory in Tuesday night's friendly against Israel at Windsor Park.
Steve Davis and Stuart Dallas were on target before Gavin Whyte scored with his first touch in international football moments after coming on as a substitute.
The goal for the former Crusaders winger now playing for Oxford United was timed at 106 seconds into his debut for Michael O'Neill's team...
.@NorthernIreland new hero @OUFCOfficial @GavinWhyte23 “Something I’ll never forget, incredible to get on the pitch in front of the fans but to score with my 1st touch really is a dream come true.” #GAWA pic.twitter.com/87k63DNQEb— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 11, 2018
The Northern Ireland under-21s had one of their best ever results winning 2-1 away to Spain in a Euro qualifier.
Our Under-21s gave everything they had tonight and earned a famous victory against Spain 🙌🏻 Look at that passion 👇🏻👀 #GAWA pic.twitter.com/4qAVxxHSF1— Northern Ireland (@NorthernIreland) September 11, 2018
Meanwhile, the Republic conceded late in drawing 1-1 in their friendly in Poland.
The home side netted in the 87th minute, after debutant Aiden O'Brien had given Martin O'Neill's men the lead early in the second half.