NI Kick Off Euro Qualifiers With Win Over Estonia

Northern Ireland have started their Euro 2020 qualifiers on a high with a 2-0 win over Estonia at Windsor Park.

Michael O'Neill's team, who were drawn in Group C, got off to a positive start on Thursday 21 March with goals from Niall McGinn and Steven Davis.
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They will return to Windsor Park on Sunday for a clash against Belarus, ahead of later qualifiers against Holland and Germany.


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