Watch: Here's what people thought of the Ed Sheeran concert

Ed Sheeran rocked Cork on Friday playing to 44,000 people in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Dan Linehan was on hand to find out what people thought of the Shape of You singer's concert.

- Digital Desk

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