The joyous Irish fans swarmed the streets of the historical city in south east France last night ahead of the Republic of Ireland's Euro last grudge clash with the home nation. Their massive green party went on until the early hours of Sunday morning and Lyon witnessed some of the wildest scenes since the tournament began on June Incredible photos and videos plastered on social media show boozed-up lads climbing lampposts and statues in city centre streets, groups of merry supporters chanting "Shane Long's on Fire" and others even trying to sing in French. It comes after hundreds of fun-loving Republic of Ireland fans were filmed serenading a sexy young blonde French lass. But France turned it around in the second half to progress to the quarter-finals of their tournament. Twitter, however, erupted after Brady's goal — because the Irish had plotted revenge against France for Thierry Henry's infamous "handball goal" which scuppered their chances of qualifying for the World Cup.
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Come on the Ivory Coast!! Great week in France. The Swedes and Belgians just as good craic as the Irish euro coybig. Bunch of Irish lads are taking this to euros hahaha pic.
The Irish fans were celebrating reaching the quarter finals of the rugby world cup. This video shows the moment that unsuspecting commuters in Japan were treated to a rousing rendition of the Irish soccer chant 'A team of Gary Breens'. The video which was taken by Galway man Mark Mulkerrins on Saturday shows a packed subway filled with ecstatic Irish fans. Jumping up and down the green army were celebrating with a sing song after reaching the quarter finals of the rugby world cup.