Leinster have finished with a points difference of 136. Next closest is Racing on 102 with all games done, next again is Exeter on 56 with a game in hand.— Cian Ó M 🏉 (@RugbyKino) January 22, 2022
You would imagine that you get used to seeing your team get hammered.....it just gets so much more painful— BathBytes (@BathBytes) January 22, 2022
URC has no relegation, Irish side thumps English opposition…— Andy McGeady (@andymcgeady) January 22, 2022
YES WELL THAT’S SO UNFAIR THE IRISH HAVE NO FEAR OF THE DROP SO CAN CONCENTRATE ON EUROPE ALONE.
Prem abandons relegation, Irish side thumps English opposition… pic.twitter.com/kWUuD0b3dP
Got to call into question the coaches, Leinster were 25 points worse than last week. By the end of next month that trend will see them losing games— Roarz (@Roarzz) January 22, 2022
This team's desire for defensive work is something else. #BATVLEI— The Champ Champs (@GifsRugbyNStuff) January 22, 2022
Two weeks in a row of silly scores, still blasting into tackles in the end games. Really encouraging
Johann van Graan will be watching this and know the only way is up.— The Loose Head (@TheLooseH) January 22, 2022
It literally can't get any worse.
Not sure what else Leinster could have done. Some excellent clinical rugby at times, regardless of opposition. Speaks volumes that Bath's best player was Bailey with in-the-zone Sexton opposite. Great day for JOB too, really fits in well to set up. On to the last 16. #BATvLEI— Harpin' On Rugby (@HarpinOnRugby) January 22, 2022