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Euro 2022: A lifetime goal, a broken leg and Panini stickers - inside NI's historic win

BBC Sport Thursday, 15 April 2021
In a column for BBC Sport, Rachel Furness reflects on helping Northern Ireland make history, sustaining a broken leg and collecting football stickers.
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