O’Neill and his teammates celebrate their victory.
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Northern Ireland qualified for the European Championship for the first time in emphatic style with a deserved 3-1 home victory over Greece at a raucous Windsor Park Thursday.Captain Steven Davis scored twice, sliding home the opener after a well-worked move 10 minutes before halftime, and heading in a corner after Josh Magennis made it 2-0 after the break.Michael O'Neil's side are now guaranteed a place at Euro 2016 in France as one of the top-two finishers in Group F. Portugal top the group on 18 points, six ahead Denmark and seven ahead of Albania, who lost 2-0 at home to Serbia.
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