Munster Go Down In Reverse Champions Cup Tie Against Saracens

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Munster have been beaten in the Heineken Champions Cup in London.

Two tries allowed Saracens come from behind to win 15-6 in Pool Four, seven days after beating the reigning champions in Thomond Park.

JJ Hanrahan kicked the two penalties for Johan van Grann’s men but they suffered three injury setbacks as Peter O’Mahony pulled out before kick-off and both Tadhg Beirne & John Ryan were replaced early on.


The result leaves Munster in second place on 11 points after four games, one ahead of the Sarries and six behind leaders Racing 92.