Northern Ireland celebrates the premiere process. It’s spectacular, says the coach

BELFAST. Northern Ireland is on its feet. The football team on Thursday kicked off their premiere at the European Championship and in the big tournament they will be presented for the first time since the MS 1986 in Mexico.

The final step was managed by Michael O’Neill, the home winner of the triumph over Greek 3: 1.

“The players were simply fantastic, a great compliment to the entire team, it’s spectacular,” said O’Neill after the referee’s final whistle in Windsor Park in Belgrade. Captain by hero

The hero of the evening was Captain Steven Davis, who scored two goals. The third was added by Josh Magennis, and the corrective intervention of Christos Aravidis could not stop the North Aegean celebrations.

“How did we do it?” “I do not know exactly, the boys deserve absolute recognition, and they have not lost their confidence and faith, and we have won.It is my privilege to be here and I am proud to be their trainer, “added O’Neill, whose winners are currently leading the F-group table with 20 points. Northern Ireland defeated Greece 3: 1.

Gareth McAuley of West Bromwich Albion added: “I can not even say what it means to us. In my career I have enjoyed a joy on the club scene, but not yet. “The second place rivals Rumuni with the Hungarians

The Drama promises the fight for the second direct-seat of the F-group.Romania has yet to qualify for the match, but after nine races it has up to five draws.

The last one was born on Thursday in Bucharest, where Ovidiu Hoban rescued the undecided outcome with Finland 1-1 in the lead time.

The Hungarians have scored two goals in the second half of the second half of the season with a 2: 1 victory over the Faroe Islands and a third point behind Romania.

Until Sunday, she decides who will join North Irish and who will only play in the Dungeon – Rumuni play on the Faroe Islands and the Hungarians in Greece.

The Hungarians have a better balance with Romanians, but they need a better result than their rival. The Finns no longer have a chance to stop.