Player ratings from Ireland's victory over Uruguay
Ireland warmed up for their crucial World Cup qualifier against Austria with an excellent performance in a 3-1 win over Uruguay at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday.
Here are our player ratings from the match:
Republic of Ireland
Darren Randolph 5: Martin O'Neill will be concerned by Randolph's display. Caught out badly for Uruguay's goal.
Cyrus Christie 8: Christie showed attacking intent all night and capped off a great display with a goal.
Shane Duffy 6: A solid display on a fairly quiet evening for the Ireland defence.
Kevin Long 7: Long will know that tougher tasks lie ahead. Unlikely to figure against Austria but did his chances no harm.
Stephen Ward 6: Ward is becoming very reliable in an Ireland shirt and will head into the Austria game full of confidence.
Glenn Whelan 7: Sniffed out Uruguayan attacks in a quiet but effective manner.
Harry Arter 7: Awarded 'Man of the match', perhaps generously, but a promising display nevertheless.
Robbie Brady 6: Set piece delivery not up to his usual standard and will no doubt be worked on during the week.
Jeff Hendrick 6: Hendrick was busy and worked hard but didn't have a huge impact on the game before being taken off and rested.
Jonny Hayes 5: A great achievement for the striker to break into the team but he didn't grasp the opportunity to shine.
Jonathan Walters 7: Walters scored a screamer to put Ireland in front but then missed a sitter from two yards.
Keiren Westwood (for Randolph, 46 mins) 7: An assured performance which included one great save.
Wes Hoolahan (for Whelan, 46 mins) 7: Calm in possession as always. Distribution excellent.
Aiden McGeady (for Hayes, 60 mins) 6: Looked lively but decision making still poor at times.
Alex Pearce (for Duffy, 61 mins) 6: Slotted into a back four that had little to do in the second half. Didn't put a foot wrong.
Daryl Murphy (for Walters, 61 mins) 7: Involved in the build-up to McClean's goal.
James McClean (for Hendrick, 73 mins) 7: Made a brilliant impact from the match and scored a cracking goal.