On Sunday, Ireland beat Portugal by a point in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016.
The team were looking for their fourth straight win, but a 1-1 draw in the first leg of their second-round tie in the Netherlands put an end to that.
After a game that saw them concede eight goals, it’s fair to say that they’re looking at another tough game.
A second-half penalty was controversially disallowed for a handball in the box, and it was Ireland’s turn to look to make an impact in the second half when midfielder John Keogh made a strong run down the left-hand side to score the opener.
The game looked to be going in the right direction from the get-go.
However, just as the home side began to push forward, Portugal looked to have the game locked up.
Keogh had the ball in the back of the net with just a couple of minutes left on the clock, but his volley was off target.
Then, just when it looked like the home team might have the win on the line, a shot from the top of the box was saved by a diving goalkeeper and Ireland went on to win 1-0.
With the victory, Ireland now sit top of Group F with a game in hand over Portugal, with a trip to England at the weekend still a possibility.
The hosts will need to overcome a tough home-and-away fixture with Croatia in the Europa League on Thursday.
Ireland, who finished second in Group B in 2016, will hope to move to within three points of the top four with victory in this semi-final.