The second game of Stephen Kenny's Ireland reign - his first home game - ended in real disappointment on Sunday evening.
Ireland lost 1-0 at home to Finland in their second game of Group B4 of the Nations League.
The winning goal came in the 63rd minute through substitute Fredrik Jensen.
The midfielder was just 15 seconds on the pitch when he scored. It came after Ireland lost the ball in midfield and the Teemu Pukki played in Robert Taylor.
Taylor slid the ball across the six yard box to Jensen who put the ball in the net. Enda Stevens should have done more to prevent the ball from reaching Jensen.
⏰ - 18 seconds after coming on...💥
What an impact from Finland's Jensen!
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Ireland's next game is the Euro 2020 playoff against Slovakia on October 8th.