We all celebrated both the Robbie Brady goal against Italy and Shane Long's versus Germany with gusto.
But which one was the more special moment for Ireland's soccer team during the 2010s?
Basically, you'll be settling an office argument among the Team 33 crew which spilled from the office and onto this week's podcast.
As you may have noticed, Off The Ball is in the midst of our Sporting Moments of the Decade tournament (you can vote for the latest last-16 tie here!)
Now, while the seeding kept Brady and Long separate in the last-16 draw, us soccer aficionados on Team 33 found ourselves fixated on those two moments. Personally, I argued in favour of Brady's goal, just so any bias remains clear.
So we're giving you the opportunity to make the choice for us. Just pick the goal that stands out most in our poll below. And yes, we know that it's probably like trying to pick a favourite child! Although in fairness, we forced Tony Yeboah to make a similar choice when we interviewed him five years ago about his famous strikes.
Settle an office argument for us!
Was Robbie Brady's goal vs 🇮🇹 Italy or Shane Long's against 🇩🇪 Germany the most special 🇮🇪 @FAIreland goal of the 2010s?
We discussed/argued it on this week's podcast: https://t.co/D3z9z6pDN2
— Team 33 ⚽️ (@teamthirtythree) December 4, 2019
We weren't on the same page in studio with the location where we watched both goals influencing our final choices. You can listen to our arguments on the podcast player or also on iTunes:
Also this week, we got nostalgic about the Cup Winners Cup with A Tournament Frozen In Time author Steven Scragg. You can watch that interview below or as a separate podcast: