AUDIO: Reaction Following Cork City U19's European Victory
Cork City Under 19's are through to the second round of the UEFA Youth League after overcoming Finnish opposition at Turners Cross on Wednesday night.
The teenagers beat HJK Helsinki 1-0 thanks to an Aaron Drinan second half penalty, in front of a large home support of 1,287.
City 1-0 HJK Drinan sticks away the penalty!! pic.twitter.com/fRofIX4MOD— Cork's RedFM Sport (@BigRedBench) October 19, 2016
They will now face AS Roma in the next stage of the European competition.
Click PLAY below to hear from City Manager Stephen Bermingham and goal scorer Aaron Drinan.
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