We look back on his World Cup goal against Cameroon in 2002

Premier League Live with Sky Sports returned to from the International break over the weekend, as Manchester United moved back into second place in the table with victory over Swansea.

Joining Philip Egan in The Boot Room was former Republic of Ireland international Matt Holland, who looked back on the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan, and in particular the opening game of the tournament against Cameroon.

Holland came into the tournament off the back of Premier League relegation with Ipswich, as well as Roy Keane's high-profile departure from the Irish squad in Saipan.

Holland started the opening game against Cameroon, scoring the equaliser that day as Mick McCarthy's side drew 1-1 in Niigata.

He sat down with Philip Egan to look back on that goal, the searing heat and humidity of the Far East, and fulfilling a lifelong dream of playing at the World Cup.