The Republic of Ireland were made pay for the sins of the opposition according to Colin O'Brien as the Under 17s made a cruel exit at the quarter final stage of the European Championships.
Corcoran pulled off an impressive save to keep Holland's fifth and decisive spot-kick from Daishawn Redan out and to seemingly keep his side's hopes alive.
Inexplicably, Proske then shocked all watching at Proact Stadium, Chesterfield, UK, by astoundingly showing Corcoran a second yellow card, resulting in a red and his dismissal, reducing the young shot stopper to tears.
The remarkable exchange saw a distraught Corcoran forced to hand his goalkeeper's shirt to defender Oisin McEntee.
The teams were forced to decide the match by a penalty shootout after the match had ended 1-1.
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The incident led to widespread criticism of Czech official Zbynek Proske, who was confronted by Ireland senior manager Martin O'Neill as the Dutch celebrated their progression.
The Republic had fallen behind to a Elayis Tavsan header, but were back on level terms two minutes later through Spurs striker Troy Parrott.
But the Irish were level nearly immediately when a clever one-two between Troy Parrott and Jason Knight in the box resulting in the former sweeping home a superb shot.
Corcoran was part of the Republic of Ireland u-16s team that won the Victory Shield for the second year in a row, after defeating Scotland 2-0 in Bangor at the end October last year.