Shortly before kick-off in Ireland and Bosnia's Euro 2016 playoff second leg, a minute's silence was held for those who lost their lives during Friday night's tragic events in Paris.
Shouts, apparently coming from a small number of Bosnian fans, could be heard early during the silence.
This was followed by boos - directed at the dissenting Bosnians - from Irish supporters.
In the end, applause broke out to mask the undesired noise.
You'd like to think those who couldn't stay quiet for 60 seconds as a mark of respect can't count....somehow I doubt it
— Rachel Wyse (@RACHEL_WYSE) November 16, 2015
Sad that some Bosnia fans can't bring themselves to be quiet for a minute to observe a minute's silence for a massacre
— James Ducker (@DuckerTheTimes) November 16, 2015
French press have picked up on the regrettable shouts during minute's silence at the Lansdowne Aviva but have identified origins as Bosnian
— Katie Dawson (@katiedawson23) November 16, 2015
You would hope the people that ruined that minutes silence would be removed from the stadium #Idiots
— Cian Hogan (@CianHogan1) November 16, 2015
Disgraceful scenes in Dublin as Bosnia fans refused to observe the minute's silence for those who died in Paris #COYBIG
— TonyIncenzoTalkSPORT (@TonyIncenzo) November 16, 2015
— Mick O'Keeffe (@okmick) November 16, 2015
— Simon L'Estrange (@Simonlestrange1) November 16, 2015