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A Nostalgiac Gallery From Ireland Vs Germany In 2002

A Nostalgiac Gallery From Ireland Vs Germany In 2002
By Emmet O'Keeffe Updated
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[tps_header]Its hard to believe its 11 years since Robbie Keane struck the ball past the seemingly unbeatable Oliver Kahn to send the country into delirium.Here's a gallery from the game to bring back some good memories.[/tps_header]

Christian Ziege's dyed squirrel's tail was symbolic of the fashion experimentation that took place in the early 2000s

 

Picture credit; David Maher / SPORTSFILE

What have you done for your country lately?

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Picture credit; Brendan Moran / SPORTSFILE

O little did we know

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Picture credit; David Maher / SPORTSFILE

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I'm sure it wasn't his intention to frighten

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Picture credit; David Maher / SPORTSFILE

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Gary Breen's performances in that World Cup saw him remarkably get offered a move to Inter Milan

 

Picture credit; David Maher/SPORTSFILE

A lonely looking vendor on Church Street in Dublin during the game

Picture credit; Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE

Big Jack needed alot of alcohol to calm his nerves as the 'gool' just wouldn't go in

Picture credit; Aoife Rice / SPORTSFILE

A good touch from Robbie takes him past the despairing lunge of Carsten Ramelow

Picture credit; David Maher / SPORTSFILE

Japan was ready for the 'cowboy'

 

 

 

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