It was billed as an emotional day for Munster rugby and it certainly lived up to expectations.
The province produced one of their all-time great performances to overcome Glasgow Warriors 38-17 at Thomond Park and, despite being reduced to 14 men, ran out bonus point winners over their Pool 1 rivals.
Ahead of the game, the number 8 was retired and CJ Stander instead lined out as number 24 in respect to the late Anthony Foley.
Passion, commitment, determination and aggression were all on show this afternoon in a particularly poignant game in Europe.
Fans wave flags and sing the Fields of Athenry ahead of today's game.
Supporters line up to sign a book of condolence before kick-off.
Fans pay tribute to Anthony Foley outside Thomond Park.
A stirring tribute to Munster's legendary number 8.
Simon Zebo visibly emotional before kick-off.
Simon Zebo before kick-off.
Jaco Taute celebrates scoring a try with Keith Earls.
Keith Earls clashes with Stuart Hogg after he was sent off.
Donnacha Ryan, Billy Holland and Tommy O'Donnell celebrate winning a penalty try.
Simon Zebo celebrates the win with President Michael D. Higgins.
And manages to get a hug as well.
Anthony's children Tony and Dan Foley sing with the Munster players after the game.
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