Just as everyone expected, it's a tight game in Croke Park between Galway and Tipperary in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Level at half-time, Galway will have felt unlucky not to be leading, but the Tribesmen conceded the only goal of a pulsating first-half.
Despite struggling for lengthy spells in the opening 35, the reigning All-Ireland champions took the lead with a fortuitous goal from John McGrath.
Out on the 45-yard line, full-forward Seamus Callanan was lining up a point which he badly mishit. The sliotar rolled into the Galway parallelogram, before McGrath picked up the loose ball.
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A lucky goal for Tipperary, but the two teams are serving up a classic in Croker. Cork or Waterford await the winners in the September final.