30 May 2017

622: 2 June 2017

2nd June 2017. KO 19:45 BST
NORTHERN IRELAND (NIR) 1-0 NEW ZEALAND (NZL) (H/T 1-0)


Venue:
National Stadium at Windsor Park, Belfast
(Adidas)

(Nike)
Attendance:
16,815
Referee:
Laurent Kopriwa (LUX)
Assistant Referees:
David Mateus Santos (LUX)
Daniel Da Costa (LUX)
Fourth Official:
Alain Durieux (LUX)
Goalscorers:
NIR Boyce 6

NORTHERN IRELAND
(3-5-2)
Sub
Cap
NEW ZEALAND
Sub
1
McGovern, Michael
Norwich City
-84
21
1
Marinovic, Stefan
6
Flanagan, Tom
Burton Albion
1
5
Boxall, Michael
5
Evans, Jonathan ©
West Brom
60
22
Durante, Andrew _
18
Hughes, Aaron
Hearts
105
20
Smith, Tommy
2
McLaughlin, Conor
Fleetwood T.
25
18
Colvey, Kip 
-63
14
Dallas, Stuart
Leeds United
-74
21
15
Lewis, Clayton 
-45
11
Brunt, Chris
West Brom
-45
58
8
McGlinchey, Michael
16
Norwood, Oliver
Brighton &HA
45
14
Ryan Thomas
-79
17
Lund, Matthew
Burton Albion
-45
3
17
Tom Doyle
-74
9
Boyce, Liam
Ross County
-45
9
11
Marco Rojas
-63
21
Magennis Josh
Charlton Ath.
-83
28
9
Chris Wood ©
Substitutes
Substitutes
3
Ferguson, Shane
Millwall
+45
30
6
Tuiloma, Bill
+45
8
Davis, Steven
Southampton
+45
94
7
Barbarouses, Kosta
+63
10
Lafferty, Kyle
Norwich City
+45
61
13
Patterson, Monty
+63
15
Paton, Paul
St Johnstone
+74
4
3
Deklan, Wynne
+72
19
McCartan, Shay
Accrington St.
+83
1
10
Smeltz, Shane
+79
23
Carroll, Roy
Linfield
+84
45
Unused Substitutes
Unused Substitutes
4
Thompson, Adam
Bury
2
2
Brotherton, Sam 
7
McGinn, Niall
Aberdeen
51
4
Tzimopoulos, Themi
12
Mannus, Alan
St Johnstone
9
12
Moss, Glen
20
Lafferty, Daniel
Sheffield Utd
13
16
Ingham, Dane
19
Rufer, Alex
21
Roux, Storm
23
Williams, Tamati
Manager
Michael O'Neill
Coach
Anthony Hudson

Match Pictures:
Hughes, Dallas, Boyce, Brunt, Norwood, McLaughlin, Lund, Flanagan, Magennis, McGovern, Evans
Flanagan, Magennis, Brunt, McGovern, Evans, Dallas
Hughes, Norwood, Lund, Boyce, McLaughlin (Roy Cathcart)
Pre-match warm-ups
Aaron Hughes was given a special award before kick-off in honour of
him reaching 100 caps
Debutant Tom Flanagan warms-up

Jonny Evans starts as captain
Regular captain Steven Davis
starts on the bench
The team celebrate
Liam Boyce's early goal
Half-time warm-ups


The Under-18 side show off the
Centenary Shield

Un-used sub, Adam Thompson
has just joined Bury
The half-time subs led on
by captain, Steve Davis

Match Programme/Teamsheet/Tickets:

 

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Match Report:
BBC

Pre-Match:
Announcement

NI SquadGoalkeepers: McGovern (Norwich City), Mannus (St Johnstone), Carroll (Linfield)
Defenders: McAuley (West Brom), Evans (West Brom), Hughes (Hearts), Cathcart (Watford), Brunt (West Brom), C McLaughlin (Fleetwood), Hodson (Rangers), R McLaughlin (Oldham), Thompson (Southend), D Lafferty (Sheffield United), Flanagan (Burton Albion)
Midfielders: Davis (Southampton), McGinn (Aberdeen), Norwood (Brighton), Ferguson (Millwall), Dallas (Leeds), Lund (Burton Albion), Paton (St Johnstone)
Strikers: K Lafferty (Norwich), Magennis (Charlton), Boyce (Ross County), McCartan (Accrington Stanley)
Irish FA
NZ Squad
Goalkeepers: Stefan Marinovic (SpVgg Unterhaching, Germany) 14/0, Tamati Williams (RKC Waalwijk, Netherlands) 1/0, Glen Moss (Newcastle Jets, Australia) 29/0
Defenders: Andrew Durante (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand) 15/0, Thomas Doyle (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand) 4/0, Storm Roux (Central Coast Mariners, Australia) 7/0, Michael Boxall (SuperSport Utd, South Africa) 22/0, Kip Colvey (San Jose Earthquakes FC, USA) 8/0, Themi Tzimopoulos (PAS Giannina FC, Greece) 10/1, Deklan Wynne (Vancouver Whitecaps FC, Canada) 7/0, Sam Brotherton (Sunderland AFC, England) 7/0, Tommy Smith (Ipswich Town FC, England) 31/2, Dane Ingham (Brisbane Roar FC, Australia) 1/0
Midfielders: Bill Tuiloma (Marseille, France) 16/0, Clayton Lewis (Auckland City FC, New Zealand) 8/0, Michael McGlinchey (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand) 42/4, Ryan Thomas (PEC Zwolle, Netherlands) 9/2, Marco Rojas (Melbourne Victory FC, Australia) 32/5, Alex Rufer (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand) 3/0
Forwards: Chris Wood (c) (Leeds Utd, England) 47/19, Monty Patterson (Ipswich Town FC, England) 9/1, Shane Smeltz (Borneo FC, Indonesia) 53/24, Kosta Barbarouses (Wellington Phoenix FC) 37/3

Notes:
This match was preceded by a week long training camp in Manchester.
Liam Boyce scored (Northern) Ireland's 650th senior international goal.
Debuts for Tom Flanagan and Shay McCartan
The Northern Ireland Under-18 Schools teamed displayed the Centenary Shield at half-time.

Credits:
Roy Cathcart

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