Gabriel Egan is there at the 1990 World Cup to describe the penalty shoot-out between Ireland and Romania.

Packie Bonner, the first goal keeper of Italia 90 to face a penalty in a shootout situation at the end of 90 minutes normal time followed by half an hour of extra time.

With the shootout tied at 4-4 and only one penalty each to go, Bonner saved a poorly taken penalty by Romania's Daniel Timofte, setting up David O'Leary to score the winning Irish goal. Ireland are through to the quarter final of the World Cup.