Reaction to Ireland's #Euro2016 win has been insane. Here's some of the best

Irish fans are in dreamland following Robbie Brady's late winner against Italy which saw the Boys in Green set up a last-16 tie with the host nation, France.

 

We have trawled the internet to find the best reactions from France and at home:

FROM THE STADIUM

Those inside the Stade Pierre-Mauroy could hardly contain their excitement at the final whistle.

 

 

 

FROM PITCHSIDE

Of course, nothing beats being there, but sometimes you get some footage that brings you closer.

FROM PLAYERS AND STAFF

The celebrations weren't limited to those in the stand with Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane and their players getting in on the act.

 

 

FROM LILLE

The party continued into the small hours in the city centre.

 

 

FROM IRELAND

The celebrations in Ireland weren't reserved to Lille, with people across the country getting involved.

 

FROM IRELAND'S OTHER SPORTING GREATS

Famous sporting figures were quick to offer their congratulations.

FROM CORK

Cork was also the scene of jubilation, with fans taking to the streets.

 

 

 

FROM WIKIPEDIA

After his winning goal against Italy tonight, Ireland fans have been updating Robbie Brady’s Wikipedia page – with hilarious results.

Reaction to Ireland's #Euro2016 win has been insane. Here's some of the best

Reaction to Ireland's #Euro2016 win has been insane. Here's some of the best

FROM TWITTER 

 

... AND NOW ATTENTION TURNS TO FRANCE

Next up for the Boys in Green - France on Sunday with revenge well and truly on the cards.

 

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