29.10.1975 at 00:00 Dalymount Park
Republic of Ireland
4 - 0
Referee: Martinez (Spain)
European Cup Qualifier-match
Wednesday, October 29th, 1975
Don Givens with a four-timer - only the second Ireland have ever scored.
In scoring four, Givens equals Paddy Moore's record haul against Belgium in a World Cup qualifier in 1934
This finished off the group with Ireland's biggest win for 220 years.
Republic of Ireland 4 (Givens 4)
Ireland: Paddy Roche (Manchester Utd), Tony Dunne (Bolton Wanderers), Paddy Mulligan (West Brom), Eoin Hand (Portsmouth), Jimmy Holmes (Coventry), Mick Martin (West Brom), Johnny Giles (Leeds Utd) capt, Liam Brady (Arsenal), Steve Heighway (Liverpool), Ray Treacy (Preston North End), Don Givens (QPR)
Subs: Terry Conroy (Stoke City) for Heighway 45 mins, Joe Kinnear (Brighton) for Dunne 83 mins
Sent off: Mick Martin
Manager: Johnny Giles
Turkey: Yasin, Sabahattin, Ismail, Fatih, Kadir, Alpaslan, Engin, Necati, Ali Kemal, Gokmen, Cemil
Subs: Zafor for Ismail 33 mins, Rasim for Yasin 39 mins