Fiji stun Australia, while there are big wins for Ireland, South Africa and New Zealand.
Ireland made it two wins from two in Pool B at the Rugby World Cup with a 59-16 win over Tonga on Saturday.
Andy Farrell's side ran in eight tries, including a brace from Bundee Aki for the second week in a row.
Johnathon Sexton surpassed surpass Ronan O'Gara's 1083-point record and now sits on 1090.
Farrell was full of praise for his captain, but Sexton states that the win was the most important thing overall:
Athlone's Robbie Henshaw made his first appearance this year's World Cup as a 50th minute substitute and is delighted with the start the team has made:
Ireland' next oppoenents South Africa also made it two from two as they hammered Romania 76-0.
The reigning World Champions ended up with 12 tries, with Cobus Reinach and Makazole Mapimpi both scoring a hat trick each.
In Pool C, Fiji caused the biggest upset of the tournament so far as they produced a 22-15 victory over Australia.
It's their first competitive win over The Wallabies since 1954.
Wales secured a late bonus point win over Portugal by 28-8.
In Pool D, England were made fight hard but managed to claim a bonus point win over Japan by 34-12.
Samoa had a comfortbale 43-10 win over Chile.
New Zealand got their first win of the campaign with a 71-3 win over Namibia.
Holders France were 27-10 winners over Uruguay.
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