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Do you agree with The Sunday Game's football man-of-the-match award?

Dublin edged Kerry this afternoon in a match that is being hailed as a classic.

Dublin's Kevin McManamon and Paul Geaney of Kerry compete for the ball.
Dublin's Kevin McManamon and Paul Geaney of Kerry compete for the ball.
Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

DUBLIN EARNED THEIR spot in the All-Ireland SFC final after a classic semi against Kerry in Croke Park today.

Jim Gavin’s side found themselves trailing by five points at half-time, but came back brilliantly to secure a memorable win.

On RTÉ’s The Sunday Game, panelists Colm O’Rourke, Dessie Dolan and Liam Kearns selected Kevin McManamon, Cian O’Sullivan and Paul Geaney as the three standouts from today’s clash

In the end, they chose McManamon, who scored 0-2 for Dublin, as man-of-the-match, after he produced another influential display.

Do you agree with the selection or would you have included a different nominee? Have your say below.

Poll Results:

 Kevin McManamon (2989)
 Paul Geaney (1733)
 Cian O'Sullivan (577)

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