Ulster scored the first try of the game against Saracens at Allianz Park, unfortuantely for the Irish province, it was pretty much all about the Aviva Premiership side after that.
Ulster's try was a neatly worked move though.
Luke Marshall was the scorer, but it was all about the set-up from Jared Payne, who was making his first appearance since the World Cup.
Playing at fullback, Payne slipped through a perfect grubber kick for Marshall to dot down.
The game finished 33-17 for Saracens, a bonus point victory.
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