Ireland's Odds For Second New Zealand Game Are A Little Depressing
The world was shaken late into Saturday night as Joe Schmidt's team triumphed over the almighty All Blacks in Soldier Field, Chicago, 40 - 29.
We couldn't quite believe it, and we're still pinching ourselves.
That today was for one man. Well done Ireland. pic.twitter.com/3XyTIRWDxi— Lovin Dublin (@LovinDublin) November 5, 2016
Fortune favours the brave— Lovin Dublin (@LovinDublin) November 5, 2016
Was a bit worried waking up there it was all a dream. Nope all good. We feckin did it! What a night! pic.twitter.com/PPT9vWYL3r— Lovin Dublin (@LovinDublin) November 6, 2016
But, round two is coming up, in Dublin, on November 19 - and the bookies aren't all that keen on Ireland doing the double.
In fact, according to Paddy Power's website, New Zealand are at 1/12 favourites to win at the Aviva Stadium.
And even if you gifted Ireland a 16-point head-start, the Boys In Green still couldn't defeat the All Blacks twice in a row.
What's a rugby team got to do to catch a break around here?