That wasn't good enough from Ireland.
You know it, we know it, James McClean knows it.
The West Brom winger was one of Ireland's better performers on the night despite missing two golden chances to get us the win, as he worked his arse of as he usually does and always will.
We struggled to keep the ball arguably worse than ever before, and invited so much Georgian pressure that we were lucky to get the point in the end.
Speaking to Tony O'Donoghue after the game, James McClean accepted that it just wasn't good enough and looked puzzled by what he had just seen from his team.
— RTÉ Soccer (@RTEsoccer) September 2, 2017
James McClean doesn't know how to give less than 100%, and it speaks volumes that he was named man of the match despite not even playing well.
We're going to miss him against Serbia, no question.