VIDEO: Irish fans still think the 'force is with us' despite Jonathan Sexton injury

Our reporter Dan Linehan wandered around Cardiff today to canvas the opinions of the Irish fans ahead of tomorrow's World Cup quarter-final against Argentina.

He found that the Irish support are still very confident of a win over the Pumas, in spite of this morning's news that Jonathan Sexton is out of the match because of injury.

VIDEO: Irish fans still think the 'force is with us' despite Jonathan Sexton injury

The lads from Ennis, Dublin, Limerick, Monaghan, South Korea and a galaxy far, far away opted all round for an Irish victory, albeit a narrow one.

Nick Purewal, Rugby Correspondent with the Press Association speaking to Shaun Cronin, Head Sports Reporter with breakingnews.ie, about Ireland's task against Argentina tomorrow.

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