HIGHLIGHTS: Munster leave it late again to pick up second Pro 14 win

As they did in week 1, Munster left it until the very last to wrap up the win in the Guinness Pro 14 as they beat Edinburgh 25-23 in Thomond Park on Saturday.

Ben Healy kicked Munster into a 6-0 lead before Mark Bennet dotted down for the games first try on 12 minutes.

Healy responded with another penalty but WP Nel’s try gave Edinburgh the lead once more with Healy’s fourth penalty seeing the Scottish side into a slender 12-14 lead at the break.

Three penalties to Munster’s two in the second gave Edinburgh a healthy 18-23 lead approaching the last five minutes before CJ Stander’s 76th minute try levelled proceedings.

Healy was on hand with the conversion to seal the points for Munster as he did in week 1.

Check out the highlights below.

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