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MURPH'S IRELAND EXIT EUROS

27 June 2016

Town striker plays his part as Ireland are knocked out in the last 16

Daryl Murphy played just over an hour as the Republic of Ireland crashed out of Euro 2016 at the hands of tournament hosts, France.

Martin O’Neill’s side took an early lead from the penalty spot before a quick-fire double from Antoine Griezmann turned the result around, booking Les Bleus’ place in the quarter-final.

Murph troubled French ‘keeper, Hugo Lloris in the first-half, but he couldn’t quite manage to score his first goal for his country.

The striker will now go on holiday in order to rest before joining up with the rest of the Town squad for pre-season.


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