The Republic of Ireland's horrendous start to World Cup qualifying continued as the Boys in Green suffered a humiliating 1-0 home loss to Luxembourg.
The hosts have lost both of their games so far in qualification for the World Cup and were stung by a late Gerson Rodrigues goal at the Aviva Stadium as they sought a winner of their own.
Elsewhere, Romelu Lukaku's second-half strike helped Belgium salvage a 1-1 draw against the Czech Republic on Saturday in an entertaining World Cup qualifier in which both sides were denied by the woodwork a number of times.
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Lukas Provod gave the home side the lead with his first international goal just after the break when he gathered the ball in space and sent a long-range, right-footed strike past Belgium keeper Thibaut Courtois.
But Lukaku levelled in the 60th minute when he turned defender Ondrej Celustka and sent a shot that deflected off the keeper's right leg into the net.
Both sides continued to attack in search of a winner with Kevin De Bruyne's shot from the edge of the box hitting the woodwork in the 70th minute and Czech defender Jan Boril doing the same in the 84th.

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Finally, Slovakia and Malta shared the spoils in Trnava, with Matteo Skriniar making it 2-2 after the hosts had slumped into a shock 2-0 deficit.
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