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Given that he is still playing for his country (he’s reached 67, but shows no sign of retiring) Robbie Keane may still improve upon his international goal tally for Ireland but even as things stand his record is astonishing. Only 5 other players (Ferenc Puskas, Pele, Sándor Kocsis, Miroslav Klose, Gerd Muller) in the history of International football have scored more goals than Robbie and with his boyish enthusiasm for the game intact who knows where he’ll finish up.

Rather than bleet about the individual merits of his best goals we decided to reach within the archives of the internet and source each of Robbie’s 67 strikes for Ireland. As you’ll see the list below is almost complete and should trigger plenty of happy memories of the Tallaght great, whether that be from Ibraki, Bari, Amsterdam or dear old Dublin.

#1 & #2 v Malta, 14 October 1998, Dublin, 5-0, ECQ

 

#3 v Yugoslavia, 1 September 1999, Dublin, 2-1, ECQ

 

#4 v Malta, 8 September 1999, Valetta, 2-3, ECQ

 

#5 v Turkey, 13 November 1999, Dublin, 1-1, ECQ

 

#6 v Czech Republic, 23 February 2000, Dublin, 3-2, Friendly

Robbie Keane v Czech Republic 2000

#7 v Holland, 2 September 2000, Amsterdam, 2-2, WCQ

 

#8 v Iran, 10 November 2001, Dublin, 2-0, WC Playoff

 

#9 v Russia, 13 February 2002, Dublin, 2-0, Friendly

 

#10 v Denmark, 27 March 2002, Dublin, 3-0, Friendly

 

#11 v Germany, 5 June 2002, Ibraki, 1-1, World Cup Finals

 

#12 v Saudi Arabia, 11 June 2002, Suwon, 3-0, World Cup Finals

 

#13 v Spain, 16 June 2002, Suwon, 1-1, World Cup Finals

 

#14 v Finland, 21 August 2002, Helsinki, 3-0, Friendly

Robbie Keane v Finland 2002

#15 v Albania, 7 June 2003, Dublin, 2-1, ECQ

Robbie Keane v Albania 2003

#16 v Georgia, 11 June 2003, Dublin, 2-0, ECQ

Robbie Keane v Georgia 2003

#17 & #18 v Canada, 18 November 2003, Dublin, 3-0, Friendly

 

#19 v Czech Republic, 31 March 2004, Dublin, 2-1, Friendly

 

#20 v Holland, 5 June 2004, Amsterdam, 0-1, Friendly

 

#21 v Cyprus, 4 September 2004, Dublin, 3-0, WCQ

 

#22 & #23 v Faroe Islands, 13 October 2004, Dublin, 2-0, WCQ

 

#24 v Croatia, 16 November 2004, Dublin, 1-0, Friendly

 

#25 v Israel, 4 June 2005, Dublin, 2-2, WCQ

 

#26 v Sweden, 1 March 2005, Dublin, 3-0, Friendly

 

#27, #28, #29 v San Marino, 15 November 2006, Dublin, 5-0, ECQ

 

#30 & #31 v Denmark, 22 August 2007, Aarhus, 4-0, Friendly

 

#32 v Malta, 17 November 2007, Cardiff, 2-2, ECQ

 

#33 v Columbia, 29 May 2008, London, 1-0, Friendly

 

#34 v Norway, 20 August 2008, Oslo, 1-1, Friendly

Robbie Keane scores v Norway

#35 v Cyprus, 15 October 2008, Dublin, 1-0, WCQ

 

#36 & #37 v Georgia, 11 February 2009, Dublin, 2-1, WCQ

 

#38 v Italy, 1 April 2009, Bari, 1-1, WCQ

 

#39 v Nigeria, 29 May 2009, London, 1-1, Friendly

 

#40 v Cyprus, 5 September 2009, Nicosia, 1-2, WCQ

 

#41 v France, 18 November 2009, Paris, 1-1, WC Playoff

 

#42 & #43 v Algeria, 28 May 2010, Dublin, 3-0, Friendly

 

#44 v Andorra, 7 September 2010, Dublin, 3-1, ECQ

 

#45 v Russia, 8 October 2010, Dublin, 2-3, ECQ

 

#46 v Macedonia, 26 March 2011, Dublin, 2-1, ECQ

 

#47 & #48 v Northern Ireland, 24 May 2011, Dublin, 5-0, Nations Cup

 

#49 v Scotland, 29 May 2011, Dublin, 1-0, Nations Cup

 

#50 & #51 v Macedonia, 4 June 2011, Skopje, 0-2, ECQ

 

#52 & #53 v Estonia, 11 November 2011, Tallin, 0-4, EC Playoff

 

#54 v Kazakhstan, 7 September 2012, Astana, 1-2, WCQ

 

#55 & #56 v Georgia, 2 June 2013, Dublin, 4-0, Friendly

 

#57, #58, #59 v Faroe Islands, 7 June 2013, Dublin, 3-0, WCQ

 

#60 v Sweden, 6 September 2013, Dublin, 1-2, WCQ

 

#61 v Kazakhstan, 15 October 2013, Dublin, 3-1, WCQ

 

#62 v Latvia, 15 November 2013, Dublin, 3-1, Friendly

 

#63, #64, #65 v Gibraltar, 11 October 2014, Dublin, 7-0, ECQ

 

#66 & #67 v Gibraltar, 04 September 2015, Faro, 4-0, ECQ

 

  • Author: Kevin Dunphy
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2 Comments

  1. Carl Musgrave Carl Musgrave

    2015 and no goals for Robbie. That hasn’t happened in 17 years….

    • eireguide eireguide

      Still a few games to go in 2015 though, Gibraltar, Georgia, Germany, Poland and a third place playoff 😉

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