Watch: Brendan Gleeson is here to get you hyped up for Ireland v Denmark

You might not think Brendan Gleeson reciting poetry written by a Welsh man would fill Irish people with national pride, but it really does.

Narrating a montage of famous moments in Irish footballing history, Gleeson quotes Dylan Thomas's famous poem, 'Do not go gentle into that good night'.

Check it out here:

Come on you boys in green, and rage against the dying of the light!


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