Ireland's World Cup dreams die, and France's live on, thanks to a goal that saw two strikers clearly offside, and a pair of blatant Thierry Henry handball assists to boot. The Irish, as you might expect, aren't taking this well.
First, make the decision for yourself:
Now, let's see how they're handling it among headline writers across Ireland (and the UK, no friend of France). With their customary grace and subtlety, I'm sure.
Irish Times: "Handy Henry Ends Ireland Dream In Paris"
Evening Echo: "Handball Cost Us Our Dreams"
The Sun: "Le Hand Of God: Cheat Henry Does A Maradona"
Irish Independent: "We Played Like Lions, But South Africa Will Miss A Hell Of A Guest"
Daily Mail: "Hand Of God II: Thierry Henry Confesses He Cheated To Rob Irish Of World Cup Place
The Independent: "Hand Gaul! Ireland Furious As Henry Snatches Victory"
Looks like we've got a full-blown controversy on our hands. Could this be the meltdown that finally leads UEFA to consider instant replay? Who's UEFA's president again? Michel Platini? Never mind.