Ireland manager Stephen Kenny suffered his first defeat as Finland beat the boy’s in green 1-0 in Dublin.
In a game were Ireland looked to improve on Thursday’s 1-1 draw with Bulgaria, Ireland showed that they have a lot more to do in the coming months ahead.
Ireland who dominated possession didn’t really create enough chances to really punish their opponents who took their chance on the 63rd through substitute Fredrik Jensen.
The defeat now leaves Ireland third in the group five points behind Wales who were 1-0 winners against Bulgaria earlier on Sunday.
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