Amy Huberman and Brian O’Driscoll redefined squad goals with this pic

Ireland’s favourite celebrity couple Amy Huberman and Brian O’Driscoll are paving the way for all potential squad goal pics as they holiday in New York city.

First they headed backstage to meet Bono and the lads from U2 after their performance at Madison Square Garden.

Squad goal number one:

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Karaoke night! #MSG #NYC

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They then took it to the next level, by meeting up with our favourite Roscommon man Chris O’Dowd, and his wife Dawn O’Porter.

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Last night. And why today there isn't a single carbohydrate or inch of melted cheese safe in NYC

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“Last night. And why today there isn't a single carbohydrate or inch of melted cheese safe in NYC,” Amy hilariously captioned the epic post.

Oh, to be a fly on the wall.

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