Saracens reached their third Champions Cup final in four years with a decisive, if hard-fought, victory over Munster, who fell at this stage for the third season bin a row. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Michael Rhodes on his way to scoring Saracens’ opening try. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty ImagesThe opening minutes of the second half were a contrast to the start of the match. Saracens were 19-9 ahead and, for all Munster’s desperate defiance and their supporters’ unwavering spirit, on their way to the final. Billy Vunipola in the spotlight as Saracens keep focus amid turmoil | Michael Aylwin Read moreMunster may be a level below Saracens and Leinster but they invariably give everything.
Source: The Guardian April 20, 2019 16:17 UTC