No score at half-time between Ireland and Sweden in their opening European Championships game - it’s been a tense battle with chances for both sides.
But there is one area where Ireland are clearly winning - fan singing in the stadium.
And, surprising no-one, The Fields of Athenry is the song most often ringing out from the Stade de France.
It’s a beloved sound for most of the Irish listening.
We know what we like - and we stick to it.
Of course there’s always the odd dissenting voice.
Fans of other countries also love it.
No more beautiful song in international football than "Fields of Athenry" #EURO2016— Ishaan Tharoor (@ishaantharoor) June 13, 2016
The Swedes will need to go some to compete with that rendition of The Fields of Athenry by the Republic of Ireland fans.— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) June 13, 2016
Even if some get a bit confused and think it’s a rip-off of the Fields of Anfield Road.
Wrong way round lads!
Fields of Anfield Road is a rip off of Fields of Athenry which is an Irish song just to let you guys know.— Will (@WilloIogy) June 13, 2016
Sing out and proud folks - you’re doing it for us all!
Sitting in a bar in Portugal watching the match and feel pretty proud hearing fields of athenry #COYBIG— Con Con (@Nagginsnnotions) June 13, 2016
Not a bad view for a Monday evening. Ireland v Sweden, with "The Fields of Athenry" a wonderful soundtrack. pic.twitter.com/miYCp7cehT— Hyder Jawád (@HyderJawad) June 13, 2016
All together now! "Low lie, the fields of Athenry…"