Leinster make it five in a row against Munster at Thomond Park this evening, in what was a dull affair. Leinster weren’t at their best tonight, Munster weren’t great either, but were slightly better and will feel they left a good chance to finally get one over on this star studded Leinster team.
Leinster Make it Five in a Row #MUNvLEI
Sum up that game in 3 words… pic.twitter.com/aPT0yHB2uA
— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) January 23, 2021
You need to take your opportunity’s against these guys, we didn’t, best team lost tonight for that reason #MUNvLEI
— Pat O' Sullivan (@wasachef) January 23, 2021
FT in #MUNvLEI and all I can think of is, Jesus fucking Christ.
They played they second half so well but the two missed kicks came back to haunt them pic.twitter.com/5z40oOTL3e
— Danny O Brien 📻️⚽️🏉📖 (@DannyEdoBrien) January 23, 2021
Was that line out straight? The one that eventually led to the try in the corner from Larmor. Munster were solid all over the pitch, scrums, line outs, but they never put Leinster full away and left it open for the men in blue.
Enjoyable enough game, #MUNvLEI rarely produce classics. No matter recent history, wins in Thomond hard to get.
Possibly not a popular opinion but would prefer Ross Byrne as the confirmed No1 in the Leinster 10 jersey. JS either too hot headed, injured or targeted. Don't @ me.
— Killian Byrne (@killianbyrne) January 23, 2021
That is sickening because so much of that loss was our own doing. Missed kicks, blown lineouts and errors at crucial times. Time to bottle this bitterness for later down the road when we meet them again. #SportLK #MUNvLEI
— Sporting Limerick (@SportingLK) January 23, 2021
— Neale Richmond (@nealerichmond) January 23, 2021
Who put their hands up to be starting for the Six Nations in two weeks time, not many being the honest answer, the senior players did step. Murray was good and Larmor for Leinster was as dangerous as ever and proved the difference in the end. Roll on the Six Nations!