WATCH: JvG and Carbery react to nail biting win over Exeter

Munster came out the right side of a 9-7 win at Thomond Park to seal their progression from Pool 2 of the Champions Cup with their 1/4 final opponents to be confirmed tomorrow.

A Joey Carbery penalty 7 minutes form time was enough to give Munster a two point lead at the time which the would not relinquish.

We got the post match reactions from Johann van Graan and Joey Carbery.

Post match reaction from Johann van Graan and Joey Carbery as Munster edge Exeter in huge struggle to make the European Rugby Champions Cup 1/4 Finals

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Saturday, January 19, 2019

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