- Darren Randolph keeps clean sheet as Ireland make Euro 2016 last 16 with win over Italy
- Fellow Hammer Angelo Ogbonna also plays 90 minutes
- All four West Ham players at Euro 2016 qualify for second round
Angelo Ogbonna was also on show for the Azzurri, but it was Randolph and Ireland who came out on top to join their opponents and Belgium in progressing from Group E.
Robbie Brady's goal just five minutes from the end was enough to move Ireland up to third in the table with four points from their three games - enough to secure third place in the group.
Now Ireland take on hosts France in Lyon on Sunday, while Obgonna and Italy head to the Stade de France to face defending champions Spain.
It means all four West Ham players in the competition will move on to the second phase, with Dimitri Payet and France, and James Collins' Wales also qualified.
Wednesday's results mean Wales will play Northern Ireland on Saturday for a place in the last eight.