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A beautiful finish from Alan Browne put Ireland ahead against Celtic

The Cork native struck after just six minutes in Glasgow, but Leigh Griffiths equalised right before half-time.

Alan Browne celebrates scoring with his teammates The Ireland players celebrate with Browne. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

IRELAND XI WENT in all-square with Celtic at half-time in Scott Brown’s testimonial this afternoon.

The visiting side struck after six minutes as Callum O’Dowda won back possession and Alan Browne curled a cracking effort past Hoops goalkeeper Dorus de Vries from the edge of the box.

However, Leigh Griffiths proded home an equaliser three minutes before the interval. The game finished 2-2 after Callum O’Dowda’s strike hit the bar and went in off the back of Celtic goalkeeper Doohan and Patrick Roberts levelled things up with a deflected shot.

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