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Robbie Brady’s Wikipedia Page Changed to Reflect New God-Like Status

Robbie Brady’s Wikipedia Page Changed to Reflect New God-Like Status

Robbie Brady‘s Wikipedia page was temporarily changed this morning to reflect his new God-like status.

The Irishman is the toast of the country this morning following his winning goal against Italy last night.

The headed winner gave Ireland a memorable 1-0 win and ensured they make it into the last-16 of Euro 2016.

As you’d expect, the goal sparked pandemonium inside the stadium while the rest of Ireland went bonkers at the hugely important goal.

Brady will be forever remembered for the goal – with some Irish fans changing his Wikipedia page to christen him their new God:

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Wikipedia never usually let these type of edits sit live for too long and Brady’s page has now reverted back to the facts.

But the edit does probably reflect how most Irish fans feel about the Norwich winger and what his goal means to the country.

The supporters have been a credit to the country since arriving in France for the competition and the win ensures they will light up another French city with their celebrations until at least Sunday, when they face the hosts in the last 16.

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