Tottenham scored in injury time to rescue a late point away at London rivals Chelsea in the Premier League.
Harry Kane's equaliser saw it finish 2-2 at Stamford Bridge.
Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte clashed at the end of the game and were both red carded by the referee post match.
Top flight football returned to the City Ground for the first time in 23 years as Nottingham Forest beat West Ham 1-0.
Forest boss Steve Cooper says his side handled the occasion well.
Celtic continued the perfect start to their Scottish Premiership title defence with a thumping 5-0 victory at Kilmarnock.
Carl Starfelt struck his first goal for the club.
Hearts thrashed Dundee United 4-1 at Tynecastle to maintain their unbeaten start to the new campaign
Here at home, St Patrick's Athletic have beaten Sligo Rovers in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.
The homeside took all three points with a 1-0 win at Richmond Park.
Shane Ryan has just missed out on a place in the 50m backstroke final at the European Championships.
The American-born swimmer finished his semi-final in a time of 25.19 which was just outside the qualifying time.
He finished 13th overall.
Mona McSharry, who finished 5th in the 100m breaststroke final yesterday, has booked her place in the finals of the 200m version of the event.
She has qualified fourth fastest overall from her semi-final.
Ferns St Aidan's have picked up their first Wexford Senior Hurling title in their history.
The Pat Bennet managed men would the championship at the sixth time of asking with a one point win over St Martins of Piercestown.
Patrick Breen's goal secured the crown with a 1-20 to 22 point victory.
Leona Maguire has finished inside the top ten at the ISPS Handa World Invitational in Co. Antrim today.
The Cavan native shot a final round of 68 to end up 10-under all round and in tenth place, ten shots off the lead.
Sweden's Maja Stark was crowned the winner on 20-under par.
Fintan McCarthy and Paul O'Donovan won another gold medal for Ireland today.
They finished first this morning in the Lightweight Men's Double Sculls final at the European Rowing Championships in Munich.
The Skibbereen natives came home ahead of Italy and Switzerland to retain their title and go back-to-back.
Lydia Heaphy and Margaret Cremen just missed out on a medal in the women's version of the same event - they were just pipped by Italy at the line to come fourth.
Elsewhere, Steven McGowan and Katie O'Brien came fourth in the Mixed Double Sculls A Final while Aoife Casey also came fourth in the Lightweight Women's Single Sculls A final.