John Caulfield reacts to Cork City's win over Häcken
What a night at Turners Cross.
Cork City have advanced to the third round of Europa League qualifying after a 1-0 win over Swedish outfit BK Häcken at Turners Cross, the Rebel Army winning the tie 2-1 on aggregate.
Kevin O'Connor's first half goal was the difference in front of a huge crowd at the Cross, the City fans generating an incredible atmosphere to make it one of the great European nights in the club's history.
City will now play Belgian side Genk in the next round, the first leg is the 28th in Genk, with the home leg on August 4th.
City boss John Caulfield met with the media afterwards, and gave his reaction to the game - click PLAY.
FULL TIME! CITY HAVE DONE IT!! pic.twitter.com/GFT7XCQUbF— Cork's RedFM Sport (@BigRedBench) July 21, 2016
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