David Kelly recalls 1995 Lansdowne Road riot
When England and the Republic of Ireland face each other at Wembley on 29 May, it will mark the first meeting between the two old rivals in 18 years - since a riot forced the abandonment of a friendly match at Lansdowne Road in Dublin.
Former Republic of Ireland striker David Kelly scored the only goal of the game, before crowd trouble forced the match to be abandoned after 27 minutes and resulted in more than 20 injuries. He shares his recollections of the night with the BBC's Stephen Fottrell.
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