Joe Schmidt's Ireland fell to a surprise defeat to hosts Japan in the second Pool A match of their Rugby World Cup campaign.
The result has blown the group wide open, with the Brave Blossoms now in the driving seat, leaving Ireland with the unenviable prospect of a quarter-final encounter with the All Blacks.
We've compiled the pictures that tell the story of the game, which you can view below.
Irish fans inside the stadium were in good spirits ahead of the game.
Joe Schmidt shares a joke with Japan attack coach Tony Brown and head coach Jamie Joseph before kick-off.
Spare a thought for Jack Conan, whose Rugby World Cup campaign is over. Conan will be returning to Ireland after suffering a fracture in his foot.
Ireland started the game well, with Garry Ringrose scoring the opening try of the game.
Rob Kearney added to Ireland's tally shortly after, with Jack Carty instrumental in both scores.
Ireland didn't have it all their own way however, and Japan were unrelenting in the tackle.
Japan were in the ascendancy in the second half and made their dominance show on the scoreboard.
With the game finishing 19-12 in Japan's favour, it was time for the hosts to celebrate.
Ireland were shellshocked at the final whistle, but will need to re-group ahead of their clash with Russia in five days' time.