When I look back now, I would say playing in that game was right up there with any career highlight that came before or afterwards. It is something that will never leave me, that excitement and the awe we had going into that game. “There was no way we could just sit back and let them come at us, we had to take the game to them and that is what we tried to do. We were a bit nervous, for sure, but we really wanted to win because that would send a message to the nation. “It is not often you get 11 players making their international debut and that inexperience would cost us later on, but we were living off adrenalin and this desperation to do well in that first game. That is what got us through in the end.