Whatever about Rory O'Loughlin's defensive deficiencies, Munster have received a sharp reminder about his quality in attack. His jinking feet created enough space to tumble over for Leinster's first try this afternoon, while it was he who finished off Leinster's second try, too.
The second, however, was a wonderful, 23-phase team effort in which Johnny Sexton marched Munster about the Aviva. Right with a kick on top of Adam Byrne, then worked back to the left, then switched to the right with another aerial bomb for Byrne preceding a sweeping cross-field move that ended with O'Loughlin touching down.
Tadhg Furlong combined for a trademark Sexton loop, who then tossed the ball back to Carbery. Scott Fardy ran a magnificent decoy line to occupy Peter O'Mahony, meaning Carbery had the time and space to pop the ball to O'Loughlin.
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Rory O'Loughlin try v Munster
Leinster lead 14-7 at half time, in a game in which they are utterly dominant.