Irish sport is reeling from the news that Anthony Foley, a titan of Munster and Irish rugby, has passed away at the age of just 42. Foley died suddenly at Munster's team hotel in Paris ahead of today's Champions Cup game with Racing 92 in Paris. The game has been postponed as a mark of respect.
Many of the Munster fans who have travelled to the game have congregated outside of the ground, and opened an impromptu Book of Remembrance. They also broke into an incredibly moving and poignant rendition of Fields of Athenry.
Racing 92 also tweeted this video of Munster supporters marking the great man's memory:
Les supporters du @Munsterrugby saluent la mémoire de Anthony Foley 1/2 pic.twitter.com/42cXt2IAk1
— Racing 92 (@racing92) October 16, 2016