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December 8 2017 10:56 AM

After all the debate, criticism and apologies, Ireland's greatest sporting moment has been revealed.

RTE's series - Ireland's Greatest Sporting Moment - reached a climax last night with Packie Bonner's memorable, picture-perfect save from Daniel Timofte's penalty and David O'Leary's subsequent penalty to send Ireland into a World Cup quarter-final voted number one.
Following weeks of debate, the list was narrowed down to the four greatest moments of their respective decades. 
Munster's victory over the All Blacks in 1978, Ray Houghton's header against the English in Stuttgart at Euro 88, the penalty win over Romania at Italia 90 and Padraig Harrington's British Open victory in Carnoustie in 2007 all made the final list.
Ted Walsh, Donal Lenihan, Sonia O'Sullivan and Eamon Dunphy had their say but in the end it was the public's vote that counted with Italia 90 edging out Harrington.
That never-to-be-forgotten day in Genoa picked up 35.6% of the vote with Harrington second on 34.6%.
Munster's 12-0 win over New Zealand in 1978 was third with 21.8% while Houghton's  header against England at Euro 88 fourth with 8%.
Now, it's over to you. Which of the four did you vote for?