Amber Barrett made history on Tuesday night, when her goal at Hampden Park sent Ireland to their first ever Women's World Cup.
Barrett's toe-poked finish came after a phenomenal through ball from Denise O'Sullivan, and the first two touches from Barrett were also top level.
The FAI's super slow-mo footage of the goal has captured the control and skill on show from both players, and fans are raving about the clip on social media.
The video also captured a touching moment between Barrett and team captain Katie McCabe in the celebrations.
Amber Barrett winner: FAI footage captures touching moment
Amber Barrett wrote her name into Irish footballing history on Tuesday night with her cool finish against Scotland, putting herself alongside Ray Houghton, Robbie Keane, and Shane Long in the echelon of iconic Irish goals.
The slow-mo footage of the goal from the FAI captures the skill on show from both Barrett and teammate Denise O'Sullivan, whose through ball started the move.
— FAIreland ⚽️🇮🇪 (@FAIreland) October 12, 2022
Fans have been raving about the footage all week - including former men's team goalkeeper Wayne Henderson.
What a brilliant angle of this special goal 😍 I’ve said it for years that the “toe poke” finish is the most unrated and underused finish in football. GKs simply can’t read it especially when the attacker in on the move like this. So clever and brilliant movement beforehand also. https://t.co/g31qaMawDg
— Wayne Henderson (@W_Hendo) October 14, 2022
The two first touches made the goal. O’Sullivans to get Ireland on the front foot immediately and then Barrett’s to ensure she doesn’t have to break her stride. Magnifico!!!!
— Football lover (@hitthechannels) October 12, 2022
Never tire of watching that. Fantastic ball through and two great touches before the controlled finish 💚💚💚🇮🇪 🇮🇪
— Joe Kenny (@spaniero) October 12, 2022
It's just beautiful. https://t.co/qB3hC36IWi
— Donnchadh Morgan (@gutenmorgan) October 13, 2022
Poetry in motion
— Olan Devine (@OlanDevine) October 12, 2022
Amber Barrett also won the hearts of the nation with her touching post-match interview with RTÉ. Barrett hails from Milford in Donegal, and her grandparents were from Creeslough, the site of last week's awful tragedy which claimed the lives of ten people.
She celebrated her goal by pointing to the black armband on her arm, and kneeling in front of a pitchside camera.
Virgin Media journalist Rob O'Hanrahan noticed a touching moment in the slow-mo clip, where captain Katie McCabe appears to comfort Barrett before the rest of the team arrive for the celebrations.
A really beautiful moment in this, where Katie McCabe reaches Amber Barrett first, realises what's happening, pats her own black armband and kisses Barrett on the head.
Split second you might miss in real time, but watching it here gives you goosebumps.pic.twitter.com/SnKuPMVMo2
— Rob O'Hanrahan (@RobOHanrahan) October 14, 2022
It's a touching moment which shows the unity of the Ireland team, especially in the aftermath of such tragic events in Donegal.
Amber Barrett did her county and her country proud in Glasgow on Tuesday night, and will hope to do it on an even bigger stage in Australia and New Zealand next summer.