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By Richard Petrie
BBC Sport NI
Two targets from Paddy McNair helped Northern Ireland procure a 3-2 win over the Czech Republic – their first away win in a favorable match for 13 years.
McNair fired into the bottom corner, Jonny Evans poked home and also McNair slotted in after going across the keeper to make it 3-0 in half-time.
Substitute Vladimir Darida rifled in to decrease a second later and the shortage Alex Kral shot to the corner.
The win came following the agonising Euro qualifier loss of NI to the Netherlands.
Even though Michael ONeills side were still getting over the disappointment of that last-gasp defeat by the Dutch in Rotterdam, the Czech Republic came to the game on a high.
Northern Ireland victory away from Belfast in a international was a 2-1 victory over Finland in 2006.
Three of those four meetings between those two countries had stopped goal-less however any thought that scoreline could be repeated again finished at the eighth minute when midfielder McNair caught his first of the match.
The Middlesbrough participant sneaked to catch at the end of Liam Boyces cross took a contact and shot to the objective.
The house defence made a second goal seem probable when Evans pounced to take home from close range after Tom Flanagan along with Craig Cathcart had got touches to McNairs well-delivered corner and it arrived in the 23rd minute.
It was his next against these competitors and a fourth goal for Evans, the Leicester City defender with scored at a World Cup qualifier in Belfast at September 2017.
Steven Davis, winning his 115th cap to move over three of Pat Jennings all-time NI album, given the ball for McNairs second as he demonstrated composure to across the keeper one-on-one and fire home his third goal for his country.
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