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15 November 2017, 03:30 | Joann Bryant
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The Danes booked their ticket to Russian Federation with a brilliant 5-1 win in Dublin, Eriksen's treble sandwiched by a Cyrus Christie own goal and Nicklas Bendtner penalty after Shane Duffy had put the hosts into an early lead.
"It's an incredible feeling", he told Sky Sports.
The Republic of Ireland's World Cup dream was brough to a horrific end on Tuesday night as Christian Eriksen scored a hatrick to help Denmark on their way to Russian Federation next summer. We saw it against Real Madrid, he's probably one of the best players in his position in Europe at the moment.
Eriksen tore Ireland to shreds as they attempted to adopt a more adventurous approach on their own pitch to leave Hareide purring.
"He is one of the best players in the world but take that aside, as a guy and a person in the dressing room, he is a guy who can take the hopes of the nation on his shoulders and do magic with it". Everybody is entitled to a little bit of luck, so I totally disagree with you.
Eriksen, who has scored 21 times in 75 internationals, said there were more goals to come from Denmark in Russian Federation.
"I thought the first-half was silly how we set up, but what we did [with the subs] at half-time we were trying to work out who was going to play where. That was the goal and aim before I started as the coach for Denmark and I am very pleased".
O'Neill had faced calls to be more expansive going into the game following a goalless draw in Copenhagen on Saturday, but quickly faced criticism after the defeat in Dublin for lacking caution, as Eriksen struck three goals and Nicklas Bendtner finished off the scoring from the spot late on.
"I'm very pleased for the team, this is a hard place to play football - they're compact and good defensively, so scoring five against Ireland does not happen very often".
In the first leg against Denmark, his side had just 28% possession, while Southampton striker Shane Long, who has 17 global goals, started on the bench for both games.
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