Health Minister Simon Harris attacked fans of the Republic of Ireland for contempt for saving God before the international queen with Northern Ireland at the Aviva Stadium.
In an interview with The Irish Times, Harris said all fans who peek at the anthem were "honest idiots."
Mr Harris's feelings echoed Tanniste's thoughts and Foreign Minister Simon Cuban, who was present at Aviva Stadium last night.
Immediately after the game, Mr. Cubaney took a twitter to condemn those involved in the bowling, saying: "I was embarrassed that a small number of idiots shouted tonight at the National Anthem of Northern Ireland in Aviva, friendly and competitive, but in Northern Ireland our guests were Dublin tonight!"
Speaking of the matter, Mr. Harris said, "I think it's embarrassing and idiotic, I think it's very unfortunate, it was a minority, albeit a very small minority.
"It is designed to be a state of céad míle fáilte, a hundred thousand welcomes, the sport is supposed to be an event from one."
DUP leader Arlene Foster was also present at the game in Dublin and quoted: "I am delighted to be in Dublin for Northern Ireland, friendly with the Republic of Ireland, with a great welcome by FAI CEO, John Delaney, President of FAI Donnell Conway. "
She also answered Mr. Cobney's chirping of contempt, and said, "Thank you Simon, or it would have been a lovely evening.
The game ended 0-0 at night and the significance of the Republic of Ireland have only won once in their last ten games, with the pressure now mounting on manager Martin O'Neill.
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