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