We are not sure we're seeing what's like.
The withdrawal of 0-0 at the Aviva Stadium between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland was a pretty boring issue.
Still, there was plenty to talk about the social media after a Northern Ireland fan failed to miss a Munster banner for a banner that brought a man in a balaclava – listening to old IRA images.
Jamie Bryson, who is himself a unionist operator, wrote on Twitter "So, during a night of hate and anti-British abuse of supporters of the Republic of Ireland, they also reveal a bomb of terrorism hidden. This is the country Theresa May wants a de-factor rule over Northern Ireland. "
You can see for you exactly what Bryson was referring to.
Bryson has since held his mistake and erased the tweet, writing: "Well, it seems that I have made a mistake tonight and mistakenly mistaken Munster's crest for a hidden IRA man. ; I have to laugh at that one. "
Well, it seems that I made a mistake tonight and mistakenly mistaken Munster's crest for IRA's man to get up. Even I have to laugh at that one. ?
– Jamie Bryson (@JamieBrysonCPNI) November 15, 2018