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Galway Fans Incensed By Apparent Foul In Buildup To Limerick Goal

Limerick’s Graeme Mulcahy scored the first goal in today’s All-Ireland final, but it was not without some controversy.

It was an electric start to today’s final and you really could feel the tension in the air as both sides walked out.

There was a lot of history in this matchup and with Limerick’s lengthy drought from All-Ireland success, their support did their utmost to get their side in the frame of mind necessary to pull off the win.

And it was Limerick who took the early lead and also Limerick who registered the game’s first goal, courtesy of Graeme Mulcahy.

It wasn’t without some controversy, though, as Limerick’s Seamus Flanagan appeared to foul Galway’s David Burke just seconds before the goal.

The Galway fans were quick to express their outrage on Twitter.

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