WATCH: JvG on improving efficiency heading into Exeter tie

Munster enjoyed 65% of the ball and 68% of the territory against Leinster last weekend but still came out the wrong end of a 30-22 defeat. 

Heading into this weekend against Exeter Chiefs, Johann van Graan and his side will need to improve their efficiency inside the scoring zones if they are to get a priceless away win at Sandy Park. 

“Last week (against Leinster) was good practice for us on both sides of the ball….. we played them (Exeter) in a preseason friendly and their maul is pretty good, we will have to be at our best to stop their maul.”

Watch the interview in full below. 

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