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When they dropped in Switzerland, the Republic of Irelands hopes of qualifying for Euro 2020 remainder on next months home game with Denmark.
Edimilson Fernandes along with Haris Seferovic reach the aims although victory could have booked the Irishs place.
A win over the Danes on 18 November will secure qualification from Group D.
But the Irish would be conceding a second-half penalty saved by Darren Randolph Seamus Coleman, who had been sent off.
After Tuesdays game had been jeopardized by rain, Switzerland tempo yielded Fernandes hammered despite the attempts to keep the shot out of Shane Duffy from the second in the closing seconds and Benfica striker Seferovic target.
With the Republic changing from their early formation into a more familiar 4-4-2, they produced second-half pressure however, the held firm to place themselves back after their 1-0 defeat in Copenhagen on Saturday.
The Republic best Group D goal difference from Denmark using Switzerland a stage behind but Danes and Swiss have matches in hand, which come from Georgia and out-of-contention sides Gibraltar respectively on 15 November.
Barring unlikely slips by the Swiss against Georgia and at their final match in Gibraltar – or Denmark dropping to Gibraltar – only a Republic win against the Danes in their match will be enough to secure qualification for McCarthys side.
If the Swiss only select up four points in their two matches the Irish would have to win by 2 objects.
They might have the fallback choice of a play-off place if this route fails.
McCarthy passed a first start after his cameo in the uninspiring draw in Georgia of Saturday but instead it had been the Breel Embolo who was the best attacker in the first half that was decisive of Borussia Monchengladbach.
With Embolo discovering space readily, he helped the carve through the legs of Shane Duffy out a run of opportunities and Seferovics ending from outside the box undid the clear plan of holding out and frustrating the home of that the Republic.
Following the first half had been commanded by the Swiss the Republic rallied in the second phase but beyond having a Glenn Whelan shot blocked, had little to show in the way of opportunities.
Colemans dismissal came after he had been adjudged to have managed an Embolo shot at the 76th minute, which followed his card with Arsenals Granit Xhaka for an exchange.
Replacement Ricardo Rodriguezs spot-kick was superbly saved by randolph while Fabian Schar headed before Fernandes aim against the Republic woodwork in the second half.
The screen in Saturdays 0-0 draw in Georgia of the Republic came in for criticism and McCarthy opted for the formation that was modified as well as three changes.
As Callum Robinson dropped out, with Preston midfielder Alan Browne brighton youngster Connolly partnered James Collins in assault.
As anticipated, Sheffield Uniteds Enda Stevens returned after suspension however was a part of a defence alongside Shane Duffy and John Egan.
Despite Saturdays 1-0 defeat by Denmark, Swiss boss Vladimir Petkovic picked to get an unchanged starting line-up as the home side took charge, and his faith was honored.
The signs were ominous for its people as Xhaka tested Randolph in the seventh minute before Swiss player of the year Seferovic blasted low through the legs of Duffy to the internet from just outside the box after Jeff Hendrick header.
In keeper Yann Sommer, Duffy led a Glenn Whelan corner In the end just before the break but it was a Republic target effort that was rare.
McCarthy introduced Callum ODowda for striker Collins , after hammering his three at the formation midway through the first half also it helped the visitors create some strain in the third quarter.
But with Randolph needing to tip over a header, the Swiss continued to split out the better opportunities and then visiting Schars header.
Connolly was substituted by Scott Hogan about 70 minutes before the dismissal of Coleman as he picked up a yellow card when conceding the punishment.
The Randolph stretched to keep out Rodriguezs spot-kick but can do nothing like Fernandes blasted in from close range in the last minute of injury-time despite Duffys efforts.

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