Displaying incredible self belief which belied their poor away form in the Aviva Premiership this season, Harlequins could and should have secured the game by half time. Enjoying 78% of the first half possession they led 14-7 at half time with tries from Robson and Care. Despite playing without Nick Evans for the majority of the second half and then losing Nick Easter for the last ten minutes as a result of second yellow card, Harlequins displayed great resilience in defence to remain in charge of the game and to keep Munster to just one second half try. In a compelling final period and with a defeat on the cards the normally assured decision making by Munster was not evident with even the experienced players making poor choices as the final whistle beckoned.
Harlequins Director of Rugby, Connor O'Shea - Listen
Harlequins Winger, Ugo Monye - Listen