Republic of Ireland qualify for Euro 2016
The Republic of Ireland secured a Euro 2016 spot as two goals from Jon Walters helped them overcome Bosnia-Herzegovina in the play-off second leg in Dublin.
Walters netted a hugely controversial 24th-minute penalty after Bosnia's Ervin Zukanovic was harshly adjudged to have handled a Daryl Murphy cross.
That put the Irish 2-1 up on aggregate and the win was all but secured when Walters volleyed in on 70 minutes.
The Republic join Northern Ireland, England and Wales in reaching France.
This clip is from 5 live Sport on Monday 16 November 2015.