Ireland outclassed a tepid Bosnia to reach the finals.
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Jonathan Walters was the toast of Lansdowne Road as his brace against Bosnia-Herzegovina in a 2-0 victory fired Ireland to next summer's European Championship Finals in France.Robbie Brady and Jeff Hendrick were central to the best of Ireland's play, with much of the attacking play directed at Bosnia's right wing.Spahic was the first to go into the referee's book when he snapped into a tackle on Hendrick, and he was soon followed by Senad Lulic, protesting what was a questionable penalty award against Zukanovic, who handled Murphy's cross.Walters, increasingly central to O'Neill's set up, was nerveless as he calmly found the bottom left of the goal, giving his former Stoke City team mate Begovic no chance.
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