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Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill was left ruing missed chances after his side drew 0-0 with the Republic of Ireland in Dublin on Thursday night.
The visitors dominated for long spells - underlined by the Republic's goalkeeper Darren Randolph picking up the man of the match award.
Overall though, O'Neill was pleased with how his side performed...
Northern Ireland captain Steven Davis was also disappointed to have only drawn...
Martin O'Neill admits his Republic team weren't good enough...
Ex-Northern Ireland and Man United defender Pat McGibbon was part of the Q Radio team at the game and had this assessment of the friendly...
🎥 "I imagine it was a good save but I should bury chances like that" 💚#GAWA pic.twitter.com/GUdtI4V0OH— Northern Ireland (@NorthernIreland) November 16, 2018
Former First Minister Arlene Foster set Brexit aside for a couple of hours and arrived to watch the match at the Aviva.
Delighted to be in Dublin for Northern Ireland’s friendly with the Republic of Ireland. Great welcome by FAI CEO John Delaney & FAI President Donal Conway. pic.twitter.com/orB5eObgcD— Arlene Foster (@DUPleader) November 15, 2018
Next up for Northern Ireland is a clash with Austria in the Nations League at Windsor Park on Sunday.
The Republic are away to Denmark on Monday.
Both Irish teams have already been relegated from their groups.