Dundalk FC have made history as the first Irish team to make it into the Champions League play-offs, after beating Belarusian team BATE Borisov.
-- Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) August 4, 2016
Naturally, Dundalk fans were pretty pleased by this.
Unbelievable. Dundalk win 3-0. One of the best achievements from an Irish football team at any level.
-- Daniel McDonnell (@McDonnellDan) August 2, 2016
This morning the draw was announced, pitting Dundalk against Polish team Legia Warsaw.
Some pessimistic pundits don't fancy the Irish team's chances.
Tough draw for Dundalk
-- Shane (@Shane__Galvin) August 5, 2016
However, most Dundalk fans seemed pretty pleased with the draw (to say the least).
Dundalk fans not unhappy at the prospect of a trip to Poland pic.twitter.com/nCTd2aPuUw
-- James Rogers (@jamesdundalk) August 5, 2016
Many think it's by far the best outcome Dundalk could have hoped for, so all eyes will be on the Irish team to see whether they can pull off a victory and get through to the next round.
-- Steven Walsh (@guffy82) August 5, 2016
Decent draw for Dundalk! You lads can do it and make Champions League! ???? Lets pack out the Aviva for them!
-- Jason O'Connor (@Jayoconnor8) August 5, 2016
If the bookies are anything to go by (something we say with caution), Dundalk will be the ones to watch. Could this be another Leicester-style fairytale?
-- Paddy Power (@paddypower) August 5, 2016
When it comes down to it, some people are just plain relieved that they didn't draw Celtic.
Best thing about Dundalk not drawing Celtic is we won't have to endure 35,000 Irish people supporting a Scottish team against an Irish team.
-- Ronan O'Flaherty (@ronanoflaherty) August 5, 2016