Republic of Ireland Under 17s exited the European Championship in controversial fashion on Monday when goalkeeper Jimmy Corcoran was sent off during the penalty shoot-out against Holland.
The ref punished the young keeper for coming off his line early to save Dutch spot-kick before ordering the penalty to be retaken.
Irish goalkeeper Jimmy Corcoran made a great save, thinking he'd taken the shootout to sudden death, but Czech referee Zbynek Proske ordered a retake.
A distraught Corcoran was in tears as he was forced to hand his goalkeeper shirt to defender Oisin McEntree.
However, the players' confusion and frustration after the red left a sour taste in the mouth, with plenty of questions to be asked - not least of all about the Dutch keeper, who was off his line for the first shoot-out penalty.
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The game had finished 1-1 after 120 minutes of action and the save for which Corcoran was punished would have denied Redan a winning goal and provided the Irish with a lifeline.
Irish officials remonstrated with the referee after the final whistle with even senior Irish manager Martin O'Neill marching onto the pitch to confront the referee.
Ireland levelled nearly immediately when a clever one-two between Troy Parrott and Jason Knight in the box resulting in the former sweeping home a superb shot.
Corcoran was part of the Republic of Ireland u-16s team that won the Victory Shield for the second year in a row, after defeating Scotland 2-0 in Bangor at the end October last year.