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Mantej Mann

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  1. Goodbye!

    FT: Ireland 57-14 USA

    So that's it from us this autumn. It's been a compelling four weeks, just a year out from the next installment of the World Cup.

    The northern hemisphere sides appear to have closed the gap on defending champions New Zealand, and it sets up a fascinating 10 months before kick off in Japan.

    You can read the full match report on Ireland's victory here, but be sure to join us again in February as we bring you coverage of the 2019 Six Nations!

    Ireland celebrate victory
  2. What next for the men in green?

    FT: Ireland 57-14 USA

    2018 is done and dusted and Ireland have won 11 of their 12 Test matches.

    A Grand Slam was followed by a first series win in Australia for 39 years in the summer.

    The seven-point victory over New Zealand last weekend will give the Irish confidence of achieving their best finish at a World Cup in Japan next year.

    The 'Men in Green' will return to action in February when they start the defence of their Six Nations crown at home to England.

    ...I can't wait already!

  3. Post update

    FT: Ireland 57-14 USA

    So Ireland have claimed an autumn clean sweep after three impressive victories over Argentina, world champions New Zealand and the USA at the Aviva.

    Joe Schmidt's men also recorded a 54-7 win over Italy at the start of November.

    Ireland celebrate scoring a try
  4. 'Finish with a flourish'

    FT: Ireland 57-14 USA

    Andrew Trimble

    Former Ireland international on BBC Radio Ulster

    Lovely, tidy finish for the end of the game, Garry Ringrose has really come into the game in the last 10 minutes, he's set the platform for the forwards.

    It's great hands from the forwards and means Ireland finish with a bit of a flourish.

  5. Full-time - Ireland 57-14 USA

    The referee blows for full-time as Joey Carbery's conversion sails through the posts.

  6. Converted try - Ireland 57-14 USA

    John Ryan

    Ireland get their wish and the replacement prop finishes off another rolling move. Joey Carbery kicks the conversion.

    John Ryan scores for Ireland
  7. Post update

    Ireland 50-14 USA

    The clock ticks past 80' into the red, but Ireland aren't done yet. The hosts are after another try to put further gloss on another impressive performance.

  8. Post update

    Ireland 50-14 USA

    Andrew Trimble

    Former Ireland international on BBC Radio Ulster

    When Garry Ringrose does that you know that something's on, most of the time no one in the stadium can see it.

    He's excellent at identifying space when there's nothing on the outside, he puts on the flash then puts Conway in for his hat-trick.

  9. Man of the Match - Andrew Conway

    Ireland 50-14

    The Ireland winger is announced as the man of the match after his hat-trick.

  10. Converted try - Ireland 50-14 USA

    Andrew Conway

    Ireland winger Andrew Conway makes it a memorable hat-trick of tries, but this was all about Garry Ringrose.

    The centre finds a gap in the tiring USA defence before putting his foot on the gas, but he unselfishly passes it to Conway with the try line at his mercy.

    Joey Carbery kicks the extras as Ireland reach 50 points.

    conway
  11. Post update

    Ireland 43-14 USA

    USA put a few phases together against the run of play but they are tackled into touch and Ireland have the chance to heap more pressure on the visitors once more.

  12. Fun at the scrum

    Ireland 43-14 USA

    Michael Morrow

    BBC Sport NI at the Aviva Stadium

    This is a scoreline that flatters Ireland and is pretty harsh on the USA, whose forwards are now officially knackered having been well and truly dominated at scrum time in the second half.

    It feels unfair, then, that Ireland introduce two of their big beasts from last week, Josh van der Flier and Cian Healy, to their pack for the closing stages.

    The visitors are into damage limitation mode.

  13. No try - Ireland 43-14 USA

    The try is chalked off as Cian Healy's pass in the build-up is adjudged to be forward. Let off for the USA.

  14. Post update

    Ireland 48-14 USA

    Hold on.

    The try could be overruled as Joey Carbery is stopped just before taking his run up on the conversion.

    A bit of late drama at the Aviva...

  15. Try - Ireland 48-14 USA

    Luke McGrath

    It's raining tries in Dublin now and the replacement scrum half gets in on the act.

    Luke McGrath scores for Ireland
  16. Post update

    Ireland 43-14 USA

    Ireland are starting to show some flair in their backs' moves but Andrew Conway knocks on inside his own half.

    The USA run it up the middle from the resulting scrum but Ireland win it back again.

  17. Post update

    Ireland 43-14 USA

    The USA defence is being run ragged in this second half.

    Their attack is being thwarted by some huge Irish hits as well, and Will Holley has the wind knocked out of his sails by Garry Ringrose.

    Ouch.

  18. Converted try - Ireland 43-14 USA

    Quinn Roux

    The pressure on the USA defence tells once more, and Ireland score under the posts through replacement forward Quinn Roux.

    Joey Carbery knocks over the simple conversion and Ireland are running riot in the capital now.

    Quinn Roux celebrates
  19. Post update

    Ireland 36-14 USA

    Ireland are being very efficient in their defence, and they are winning turnovers almost at will in this half.

    The ball is kicked to touch and Ireland can launch another backs move from deep inside the USA half.

  20. Post update

    Ireland 36-14 USA

    Ireland continue to apply the pressure on the USA, but the men in white win the penalty and clear their lines. Line out to the visitors.

    Iain Henderson of Ireland is tackled