Aherm, a captain's goal and no more than Ireland deserved...
Ireland were positively dreadful in the first half, but it doesn't matter a shite now because Séamus Coleman's goal was enough to see off Georgia.
The captain opened the scoring before the hour-mark with an
incredibly fortuitous wonderful solo goal, playing a rare but coveted quadruple one-two off Georgian shins before coolly slotting home past, well, no one. He literally walked it in.
What a moment for the Killybegs man, for whom it was a first international goal, and a crucial one for his country.
It's impossible not to be thrilled for him, and jokes aside, he stood up and made something happened when Ireland needed it. What a player. What a man.
For Ireland, it's three points and get the hell outta dodge. Next stop: Moldova.