27 years ago today, everybody took the afternoon off, everyone huddled around the one screen. And yes, a nation probably did hold its breath.
Three draws in the group stage hadn't impressed Eamon Dunphy, but no one really cared. Ireland were through to the knockout stage of a World Cup and damn it, we were going to party.
Romania now stood in the way of a first ever quarter-final appearance for the Boys in Green. We drew (again) - but it led to the most famous penalty shootout in Irish sporting history.
In order to celebrate the anniversary of that game in Stadio Luigi Ferraris in Genoa, we've got a little quiz to test your memory.
This is simple. Two minutes, eleven players and two subs. If you don't get at least 12, hand in your membership of Jackie's Army; you are no longer allowed to play Put 'Em Under Pressure before every international game.
Good luck and let us know how you get on.