The trumpet returned to the Aviva Stadium tonight... and fans weren't happy
Until Seamus Coleman's horrendous injury, the Aviva Stadium brass band was probably the biggest talking point from Ireland's clash with Wales.
The loud trumpeting throughout last Friday's World Cup qualifier got a pretty negative reaction from fans, but the musicians returned undeterred for tonight's friendly against Iceland.
And whereas last week, fans generally chanted along to the sound of music, the trumpet received a more hostile reaction this evening, with supporters booing the band as they walked around the pitch.
Unfortunately for those in attendance, the incident proved to be one of the more memorable in the first half, with Iceland taking a 1-0 lead in at the break after a free kick by Hörður Björgvin Magnússon.
Iceland's goal vying with the booing of the brass band for the highlight of the night so far.— Daniel McDonnell (@McDonnellDan) March 28, 2017
The band are at it already but thankfully tonight are not being blared over the PA system. Some boos from certain sections.— Cian Tracey (@CianTracey1) March 28, 2017