That was not knock out rugby. Gutted.— Michelle (@CorkSeashell) September 4, 2020
Spectacularly poor game.— Meadhbh Lewis (@LewisMeadhbh) September 4, 2020
Number 10 jersey the difference. Lack of a 10 replacement a huge issue, JJ played a lot of that half injured. #LEIvMUN
After monstering the league, the aim of knock out rugby is simply to prevail!— Sarah Lennon (@sarahlennon08) September 4, 2020
That was perfect for Leinster. Loads to work on, loads of fellas worried for their shirt and will train like demons in the week. #leivmun
JOEY CARBERRY PLEASE SPEED UP THE RECOVERY.... we need him back badly. #LEIvMUN— Megan Gough (@Megang797) September 4, 2020
Why kick so much?— Three Red Kings (@threeredkings) September 4, 2020
The amount you kick is directly related to your ability to compress the opposition defence.
When you don’t have a ball carrying rotation to stress this Leinster defence, you will kick more.
It is what it is. #LEIvMUN
Sexton performance was a highlight for me. Winning turnover ball against de Allende a turning point, kicking deep waiting for the Munster Rugby unforced error which duly arrived, game management spot on. The continued absence of Carbery magnifies on a night like tonight. #LEIvMUN— Hawkeye Sidekick (@hawkeyesidekick) September 4, 2020
Times are tough when you wish it was Ian Keatley back standing over penalties from in front of the posts. #LEIvMUN— Ciaran Dineen (@CiaranDineen111) September 4, 2020
Honestly I still feel Munster are gonna be a force in the 20/21 season.— Padraig O'Neill (@PatcheSAM) September 4, 2020
Daly looks very promising at full back and the Saffas when they bed in and get back will be the difference. 12 months could change a lot.
In the meantime, another final and we stay unbeaten! #LeiVMun
Far from a classic, but man for man it's hard to deny the better team won. Munster left points behind but I still couldn't see them getting enough to get back in front. Leinster defending won the day, both tackling and under high ball. Doris, Sexton, Keenan impressed #LEIvMUN— Harpin' On Rugby 🏉 (@HarpinOnRugby) September 4, 2020