James Lowe showed some remarkable strength to surge over the Toulouse line and score the first try of the Champions Cup semi-final.
After withstanding an early onslaught from the French side, Leinster found themselves level at 3-3 after 10 minutes.
There following a series with superb carries from Robbie Henshaw (twice), Sean Cronin (twice), James Ryan, Luke McGrath, Jack Conan, Johnny Sexton and Cian Healy which eventually led to Sean O'Brien receiving the ball out wide.
There was one more teammate left outside O'Brien: James Lowe.
The New Zealander powered through attempted tackles from Sébastien Bézy and Rynhardt Elstadt to touch down.
Leinster strike first!
James Lowe with sixth try in eight Champions Cup games. pic.twitter.com/Ptyx0n5So5
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