Match ends, Northern Ireland 1, Slovenia 0.
Conor Washington marked his home debut by earning Euro 2016-bound Northern Ireland victory over Slovenia in Monday's friendly at Windsor Park.
The QPR striker, 23, charged his way through and turned to shoot low past keeper Jan Oblak in the 42nd minute.
Northern Ireland have now gone 10 games unbeaten for the first time.
Slovenia had a chance to equalise in the second half but veteran keeper Roy Carroll superbly saved Milivoje Novakovic's penalty.
The 66th-minute spot-kick was awarded when West Brom defender Jonny Evans pulled back Miral Samardzic as a corner came into the area.
Notts County keeper Carroll made another fine stop in the 89th minute to keep out a low shot by Valter Birsa.
Washington's 'pick me' performance
Washington, the former postman who was playing non-league football just over four years ago, earned his second cap after making his debut in Thursday's 1-1 draw in Wales.
Boss Michael O'Neill has said the bulk of his squad will be made up by the players who got Northern Ireland to their first major finals for 30 years, so there are only a few places up for grabs by those on the periphery.
But Washington has certainly put his hand up for inclusion.
Those fans wondering why the match-shy Kyle Lafferty, their top scorer in qualifying, did not start forgot all about that when the hard-working Washington bulldozed his way through to finish well for the only goal of the night.
NI have got that winning feeling
Northern Ireland going 10 matches unbeaten is a nice record for O'Neill to reflect on but, from his perspective, the result mattered more because it keeps momentum going as the Euro 2016 finals edge closer.
In their first tournament appearance in 30 years, Northern Ireland will face world champions Germany, Poland and Ukraine in the group stage.
Thursday's draw in Cardiff and this slender victory maintain the feel-good factor ahead of the finals.
It all breeds confidence and, if they can come through their final two warm-up games without losing, Northern Ireland can head to France in fine spirits.
Fighting for France places
For spells, the match may have had the definite feel of a friendly, but it was a good workout for Northern Ireland.
Striker Lafferty, now with Birmingham City on loan, came on in the second half to get some more game time.
Peterborough United defender Michael Smith made his international debut at the age of 27 and did not look out of place with a composed performance.
Competition for places is keen - there are going to be some disappointed men when O'Neill decides on his squad of 23.
Man of the match - Conor Washington (Northern Ireland)
Northern Ireland have two friendlies left before the serious business of facing Poland in their opening Euro 2016 match on 12 June.
O'Neill's men are back at Windsor Park to play Belarus on Friday, 27 May.
They then travel to play Slovakia in Trnava's New City Stadium on Saturday, 4 June before heading for their tournament base near Lyon.
Boss O'Neill has chosen to play Slovakia, believing they play in a similar style to the Poles and second Group C opponents Ukraine.
- 4McAuleySubstituted forHughesat 45'minutes
- 5EvansBooked at 65mins
- 25SmithSubstituted forMcLaughlinat 71'minutes
- 17McNairSubstituted forMcGinnat 79'minutes
- 11FergusonSubstituted forDallasat 60'minutes
- 24WashingtonBooked at 52minsSubstituted forMagennisat 70'minutes
- 19WardBooked at 43minsSubstituted forLaffertyat 60'minutes
- 1OblakBooked at 52mins
- 2SkubicSubstituted forStojanovicat 61'minutes
- 5CesarSubstituted forStrunaat 80'minutes
- 8KurticSubstituted forVrhovecat 45'minutesBooked at 88mins
- 7IlicicSubstituted forNovakovicat 45'minutes
- 21VerbicSubstituted forKirmat 62'minutes
- 9BezjakSubstituted forCrnicat 75'minutes
- Kristo Tohver
- Shots on Target
Second Half ends, Northern Ireland 1, Slovenia 0.
Corner, Slovenia. Conceded by Oliver Norwood.
Corner, Slovenia. Conceded by Roy Carroll.
Attempt saved. Valter Birsa (Slovenia) left footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by Matic Crnic.
Bojan Jokic (Slovenia) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Foul by Oliver Norwood (Northern Ireland).
Blaz Vrhovec (Slovenia) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
Foul by Blaz Vrhovec (Slovenia).
Niall McGinn (Northern Ireland) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Corner, Slovenia. Conceded by Oliver Norwood.
Attempt blocked. Rene Krhin (Slovenia) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked.
Attempt missed. Blaz Vrhovec (Slovenia) right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right. Assisted by Valter Birsa.
Corner, Northern Ireland. Conceded by Bojan Jokic.
Foul by Andraz Kirm (Slovenia).
Niall McGinn (Northern Ireland) wins a free kick in the attacking half.
Foul by Matic Crnic (Slovenia).
Oliver Norwood (Northern Ireland) wins a free kick on the right wing.
Foul by Bojan Jokic (Slovenia).
Josh Magennis (Northern Ireland) wins a free kick on the right wing.