This article was originally published in 2016, written by PJ Browne.
Ireland's game against the All Blacks at Soldier Field was their first test match since the death of Anthony Foley.
There was a moment's silence for the Munster head coach held before kick-off.
Also in tribute to Foley, as the Irish team faced the Haka from the All Blacks, they lined out in a figure-of-eight formation in tribute to the 62-cap international.
Eight was the number worn by Foley throughout both his Munster and Ireland career.
— Cian Murtagh (@cianmnews) November 5, 2016
The haka... Caught by thousands of phones. Ireland in a figure 8 formation to match the arrow pic.twitter.com/I1a8IFJeRV
— Tom Hamilton (@tomhamiltonespn) November 5, 2016