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Northern Ireland conceded an injury time goal to go down 2-1 to Austria in their final Nations League group game.
It means they end the campaign without any points.
Michael O'Neill's side already knew they were relegated ahead of kick-off at Windsor Park.
The boss says to lose in the way they did was particularly harsh.
Midfielder Niall McGinn says despite the defeat it was another useful Nations League experience...
.@NorthernIreland Liam Boyce described tonight’s last-gasp defeat as a kick where it hurts - or words to that effect! Adding: “Looked like we were going to score the winner but 3 passes & it was in our net!” Also, says should have beaten @FAIreland & now looking to future... pic.twitter.com/VOqZYqNHG0— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 18, 2018
The Republic are away to Denmark in their final Nations League group game on Monday night (7.45pm).
Martin O'Neill's men have also already been relegated.
Martin O'Neill: Since March we've played 8 games. 5 of them have been friendly matches. We'd like to do better in competitive games and tomorrow is a chance to do that. #COYBIG pic.twitter.com/5JktM4UH2w— FAIreland ⚽️🇮🇪 (@FAIreland) November 18, 2018