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Here's the Dundalk goal that gave Irish football its first European group stage win

Ciaran Kilduff has done it again!

DUNDALK MADE HISTORY tonight at Tallaght Stadium by defeating Maccabi Tel Aviv of Israel 1-0 in the Europa League.

A 72nd-minute goal from Ciaran Kilduff, who scored a late equaliser in the Lilywhites’ 1-1 draw away to AZ Alkmaar a fortnight ago, gave Stephen Kenny’s side all three points.

The goal from Kilduff, who turned 28 today, means Dundalk are the first Irish side ever to win a game in the group stages of a European competition.


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