VIDEO: People were united in their love for Two Shades of Green on RTÉ
We got to relive some incredible memories.
One of the television highlights of the Christmas period, RTÉ's look back at Euro 2016 from the perspective of both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland teams received unanimous praise from those who watched it.
This sequence alone would have brought a tear to the eye of any Irish supporter lucky enough to have been in Lille to see Robbie Brady grab a late, glorious winner over Italy to secure his side's place in the knockout stages.
Both sides made it through to the last 16 - Martin O'Neill's side losing to hosts France, with Northern Ireland exiting to Wales - and the documentary brought back memories of one Irish sport's truly great tournaments.
Being at the stadium in Lille to see Robbie Brady's header will stay with me for my whole life. Some scenes #TwoShadesOfGreen
— Paul Moore (@ElChiefMoore) December 29, 2016
Beautiful emotional scenes at end of Italy game: young men in tears totally united with fans & pride in their country.#twoshadesofgreen
— Aodhán Ó Ríordáin (@AodhanORiordain) December 29, 2016
— Luke Byrne (@LukeByrne93) December 30, 2016
Great show, fabulous memories. Many more from our team hopefully #twoshadesofgreen
— Michael McGrath (@mmcgrathtd) December 29, 2016
Best Irish sporting moment of 2016? #TwoShadesOfGreen
— Simon (@simon0782) December 29, 2016
Never forget, we had the hosts on the ropes for that first 45 minutes #twoshadesofgreen
— Irish Abroad (@irish_abroad) December 29, 2016
Two Shades of Green! Well done RTÉ on recognising both Ireland and Northern Ireland at the Euros!
— Mark McCormack (@MarkMcCormack5) December 29, 2016
Watching that Two Shades of Green programme about the Irish at the Euros, fucking love Robbie Brady and Seamus Coleman
— Nate (@NateGuildea) December 30, 2016
Bawling watching the Two Shades of Green on RTE2, reliving Robbie Brady's goal, knowing I was fucking there!
— andrew knowles (@andrewknowles10) December 29, 2016
Watching Two Shades of Green on RTE and i'll still never forgive my father for not deciding to go to France
— Owen Mackey (@Owen_Mac99) December 29, 2016