Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill had a lot to be happy with after his side’s away win over Moldova in Group D of the World Cup qualifiers.

The Boys in Green looked frustrated for a time after Igor Bugaev’s calm finish cancelled out Shane Long’s early goal. They needn’t have worried though, as West Brom’s James McClean sealed victory with a goal in the 69th minute – then another seven minutes later.

James McClean was on fine form, taking his tally of international goals to seven (Adam Davy/PA)

Manager O’Neill seemed pleased with his side’s performance, appearing to perform dance moves on the touchline.

Dancing girl emoji? (Adam Davy/PA)

Just look at the sass in that cha-cha-cha.

Okay we know what you’re thinking – here comes some tongue-in-cheek article trying to force dance upon a poor unsuspecting manager, but hear us out – it’s not the first time O’Neill has appeared to have a dance on the touchline.

In fact there’s a catalogue of dance moves from O’Neill. Such as…

The Elvis shimmy

Loks like O’Neill is searching for a little less conversation and a little more action from his players here (Chris Radburn/PA)

The sneaky sidestep

Slide to the left (Chris Radburn/PA)

The Superman

Up, up and away (Frank Augstein/AP)

The cha-cha slide

Real smooth (Chris Radburn/PA)

The plane-lander

There’s a job for O’Neill after football (John Walton/PA)

The Hugh Grant in Love Actually

If only he had some of The Pointer Sisters to help him out (Adam Davy/PA)

Don’t deny it. It’s uncanny.

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The Mexican-wave starter

Top effort for trying (Brian Lawless/PA)

The air fist-pump

Work those beats O’Neill (Brian Lawless/PA)

The dance-off finale

And walk away (Chris Radburn/PA)

The Shearer walk-off

Keeping it real Martin (Nick Potts/PA)

Ed Balls could have some serious competition on Strictly right here.