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Northern Ireland's slim hopes of qualifying automatically for the Euro 2020 finals ended as they drew 0-0 with the Netherlands in Belfast on Saturday night.
Captain Steven Davis blasted a first-half penalty over the bar - in what may have been Michael O'Neill's last game in charge at Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland have their final group game in Germany on Tuesday, but are still in with a chance of qualification through the play-offs in March. The draw is next week.
Northern Ireland: Peacock-Farrell, C. Evans, Cathcart, J. Evans, Lewis, McNair, Davis, Saville, Dallas, Magennis, Whyte subs Carson (not used), McGovern (not used), McLaughlin (not used), Flanagan (not used), McGinn (replaced C. Evans 71), Boyce (not used), Lafferty (not used), Ferguson (not used), Thompson (replaced Lewis 81), Donnelly (not used), Smith (replaced Saville 58), Lavery (not used)
Netherlands: Cillessen, Veltman, de Ligt, van Dijk, Blind, de Roon, van de Beek, F. de Jong, Berghuis, Babel, Promes subs Bizot (not used), Zoet (not used), Ake (replaced Babel 90+1), Propper (replaced de Roon 36), Stengs (not used), Wijnaldum (not used), van Aanholt (not used), Weghorst (not used), Strootman (not used), Boadu (not used), L. de Jong (replaced Berghuis 65), Dumfries (not used)
🎥 A fond farewell from the gaffer - for now. The legend that is Michael O’Neill doesn’t rule out a return as Northern Ireland manager. “Who knows down the line when I’m older I might even get the chance to do it again.” More on air am #GAWA https://t.co/rjNDZNN2xv— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 16, 2019
Warrenpoint pulled off the shock of the day in the Danske Bank Premiership.
They put an end to Coleraine's 52-match unbeaten streak when they won 3-1 at Milltown.
Alan Sullivan scored twice meaning Barry Gray has his first win since returning to manage the Point.
Cliftonville go top after a 1-0 home win against Ballymena.
Larne beat Dungannon by the same score at Stangmore Park despite having Tomas Cosgrove sent off in the first half.
In the early kick-off, Linfield had a controversial 3-0 win over Institute at the Brandywell.
Ryan Morrow was dismissed there, also in the first half.
Andy Waterworth scored two of the three penalties Linfield were awarded - Joel Cooper missed the other one.
Here’s a little bit of inspiration for @NorthernIreland— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 16, 2019
Shocks do happen in ⚽️ Just ask @ColeraineFC - unbeaten in 52 games under Oran Kearney until this pm & league leaders at start of the day crash to defeat v bottom club @thepointfc
Dare to dream! #DanskeBankPrem #GAWA pic.twitter.com/BZrG6blRhs