Connacht snatched a remarkable victory from the jaws of defeat with two tries in the final six minutes against a shellshocked Gloucester in Galway as the game finished 27-24.
It looked set to be a hugely frustrating afternoon for Andy Friend's outfit until Shane Delahunt scored in the 77 minute to give them a chance at one final attack. As the clock turned red, Robin Copeland broke upfield to secure an incredible win for the home team.
Despite dominating possession and territory, Connacht found themselves trailing just after the hour mark as Gloucester scored four tries. Yet they showed immense spirit to rally late on.
THIS COMPETITION!!! ?
⌚️ 75 mins: Connacht 13-24 Gloucester
⌚️ 80 mins: Connacht 25-24 Gloucester
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) December 14, 2019
This place has gone bananas!
Just sensational lads!! As you can see our hands are still shaking ?? pic.twitter.com/7JfQU1YLc0
— Connacht Rugby (@connachtrugby) December 14, 2019
The results mean they are still in with a fighting chance in Pool 5 but will need to win their final two games against Toulouse and Montpellier.