Munster's hero and URC Grand Final man of the match John Hodnett let out a hilarious f-bomb in his post-game interview and we can't decide what's funnier Peter O'Mahony's reaction or Hodnett's typically Irish reaction to winning one of rugby's most coveted competitions.
Munster have ended their 12-year trophy draught, beating the Stormers 19-14 in the URC Grand Final this afternoon. Despite dominating the South African side for all of the first half, Munster found themselves two points down for the majority of the second half. However, as the clock ticked on it was John Hodnett who saved the day scoring a seventy-fourth-minute try that sealed up a URC trophy and a man of the match award for Hodnett's mantlepiece.
75 nóim #STOvMUN@THESTORMERS - 14@Munsterrugby - 19
Úd sna nóiméad deiridh faighte ag Mumha, aimsithe ag John Hodnett
Munster get a try in the last minutes of the game to gain the lead again as John Hodnett touches down@IrishRugby @URCOfficial#BKTURC #Rugby pic.twitter.com/fSNpNKT9j2
— Spórt TG4 (@SportTG4) May 27, 2023
Amazing John Hodnett F-Bomb
While that's a feat in itself Hodnett's real heroics came in his post-match interview with the most typically Irish reaction we've seen to winning a major trophy, maybe ever.
— Jared Wright (@jaredwright17) May 27, 2023
Clearly, the Munster lads have been spending a bit too much time around Mack Hansen after his infamous blooper following Ireland's Six Nations win over Italy.
Speaking about Munster's great win Hodnett came up with this cracker.
Yeah look, F*ck it some win in fairness like.
Hodnett who had just won one of rugby's biggest competitions with the match-winning try and a man of the match award, couldn't have been any cooler coming out with a response that any Munster fan would be proud of.
While Hodnett might not have picked up on the f-bomb himself, Munster captain Peter O'Mahony definitely did and his reaction is nearly as funny as the action itself. The colour nearly drops out of O'Mahony's face as all he can do is throw his head into his palms in bemusement.
Munster's URC win is their first bit of silverware since 2011 and we can hardly deprive Hodnett of his blooper. Let's hope the Munster celebrations continue in that fashion!