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Munster Fans Celebrate After Their Side’s Massive Win Over Racing 92

Munster’s 32-7 win over Racing 92 on Saturday afternoon was a fitting performance to send off former head coach Anthony Foley in style.

Foley was pronounced dead just hours before the previous scheduled fixture between these two sides back in October, suffering an acute pulmonary oedema at the Munster team hotel in Paris, and on a day which caused so much heartache and grief, Munster were able to lift spirits with a dominating display at the Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir.

First-half tries from Simon Zebo, CJ Stander and Andrew Conway, coupled with a second half pushover from Niall Scanell, ensured Munster a bonus point win in Paris against a hapless Racing side.

Racing flanker Matthieu Voisin scored a late consolation try to ensure the hosts would not see out the game scoreless, but in reality, this game was over as a contest by half time, as Racing blatantly lacked any sort of intensity or drive.

However, nevertheless, Munster continued their excellent run of form notching their ninth win from their last ten games, and the reaction was overtly positive from the Munster faithful.

Jack O’Toole, Pundit Arena

Author: The PA Team

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