Some Irish fans had to ask James McClean to get out of the way so they could watch Jonathan Walters score their opener on the way to beating Bosnia and securing their place at Euro 2016 last night.
Martin O’Neill’s men beat Bosnia 2-0 in Dublin to run out 3-1 winners on aggregate – and it was Walters who was the hero as he scored both goals on the night.
The first came after a very dubious handball from Ervin Zukanovic in the box gave the Stoke striker the chance to score from the penalty spot.
A group of supporters were almost in danger of missing the goal though, with Irish substitute McClean standing in their line of sight before they had to tell him to move.
Luckily, McClean was in a good mood and kneeled down so they could see Walters beat Asmir Begovic and set Ireland on their way to France:
— Niall Sterio (@Niall_Sterio) November 17, 2015
It was just another entertaining moment in a historic night for the Irish football population.
Roll on, Euro 2016.