IRISH bookmaker Paddy Power took to Twitter this morning to share their joy over Ireland’s qualification for Euro 2016.
Martin O’Neill’s men secured a 2-0 home victory in their second-leg playoff fixture against Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the Irish bookmakers couldn’t help but take a dig at the Scots who narrowly missed out on a trip to France.
Despite clinching four out of the six points available across both games against the Boys in Green, Scotland won’t be joining England, Wales and Northern Ireland at next summer’s Euro 2016 tournament.
Paddy Power’s latest tweet will certainly serve as a painful reminder.
Earlier this year a Paddy Power billboard poster of Roy Keane was displayed on a lorry near the Aviva Stadium, in which he was portrayed as Scottish knight William Wallace.
The truck was driven around Dublin then stationed at the stadium when Ireland faced Scotland in a Euro 2016 qualifier in June.
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— Paddy Power (@paddypower) November 17, 2015