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Michael Obafemi says it was a proud moment to make his senior international debut for the Republic of Ireland on Monday night.
The young Southampton striker was a late substitute in their goalless draw away to Denmark in the Nations League.
Obafemi could have represented England or Nigeria.
But he says he was always going to opt for Ireland...
Q SPORT: stalemate for @FAIreland but there’s a new star @SouthamptonFC @michaelobafemi_ ... Also @BallymenaUnited can go 2nd in #DanskeBankPrem tonight with win v @Glentoran while @cliftonvillefc & @DgnSwifts aim for @Bet_McLean semis. Sports updates on air every hour... pic.twitter.com/rgsoQXbofP— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 20, 2018
Ballymena United welcome Glentoran to the Showgrounds in the Danske Bank Premiership on Tuesday night.
A win would move the Sky Blues into second place, just a point behind leaders Linfield.
In the BetMcLean League Cup quarter-finals, the holders Dungannon Swifts travel to Cliftonville.
The winners will host Portadown or Linfield in the semis next month.
Both the Tuesday matches start at 7.45pm.