Chelsea beat Everton 1-0 in the second half of the Premier League match that day.
Jorginho scored from the penalty spot after Ben Chilwell was brought down in the box just before half-time.
Defender Ben Godfrey had to be stretchered off for the Toffees after an extended stoppage in play.
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Play was also stopped in the second half after a medical emergency occurred in the crowd.
Earlier, Spurs picked up all three points at home in the season opener against Southampton.
He scored two goals in two minutes of the second half to make it 4-1 against Spurs at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
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Bournemouth returned to the top table of English football with their first victory.
Goals from Jefferson Lerma and Kiefer Moore saw them beat Aston Villa 2-0 in week one.
Leeds scored the game in the second half with an own goal to beat the Wolves 2-1 at Elland Road.
Newcastle beat newcomers Nottingham Forest 2-0 thanks to strikes from Callum Wilson and Fabian Shah.
Liverpool’s Premier League title challenge took an early hit as they ended in a 2–2 draw at newly promoted Fulham.
The Merseysiders had to push from behind twice as Alexander Mitrovic scored the hosts’ double at Craven Cottage.
New signings Darwin Nunez and Mo Salah scored goals for Liverpool.
Defending champions Wexford Youths are facing DLR Waves at level 1-1 in the quarter-finals of the Women’s FAI Cup.
Katie Malone put the Dublin side ahead with a close-range header before Nicolas Sinotto equalized for Youth.
League leaders Shelbourne qualified for the semi-finals with a 3-2 victory over Dublin rivals Peamount this afternoon.
Elsewhere, the Bohemians beat Sligo Rovers 3-1.
Cork City traveled to Athlone Town where the match had just kicked off.
Scottish Premiership champions Celtic scored two late goals to keep their 100% start to the new season.
A strike from Riel Avada secured a 3-1 win for Ross County.
Alfredo Morelos scored on his comeback from injury as Rangers beat Kilmarnock 2–0, winning twice in many games.
Tonight there will be a memorial service in honor of the life of Tipperary hurler Dillon Quirk.
A 24-year-old player died last night in a club match at Cronulty Rossmore.
The club tweeted that members will meet on their premises at 8:15pm to pay tribute to the winner of the All-Ireland Minor Under-21s.
Leona Maguire posted a third-round 71 at the Women’s Open this afternoon.
The former world amateur champion is still 2 under par in the tournament at Muirfield.
South Africa’s Ashley Buhai (Buhai) leads at 13 under.
Tonight’s Wyndham Championship has been canceled due to inclement weather
Shane Lowry was average par after four holes in three rounds when play was suspended in North Carolina.
He’s eight shots off the lead, which is led by Brandon Wu, Joohyun Kim and Ryan Moore.
Today’s 8-race card at Curragh features Little Big Bear winning the Group 1 Keeneland Phoenix Stakes.
The second favorite was Ryan Moore with the win over trainer Aidan O’Brien.
The handicap at 5:25pm, the final race of the day, went to Big Gossey at odds of 15-8.
There was also a 7-race card at Kilbeggan tonight, with favorites Nikini winning the first race.
https://www.breakingnews.ie/sport/saturday-sport-premier-league-returns-womens-fai-cup-reaches-quarter-finals-1346557.html Chelsea beat Everton, Spurs beat Southampton