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The worry at half-time was that, having sized up what Munster had to offer in attack, Saracens would go for broke, just as they did against Glasgow in similar circumstances in the quarter-final, and back their superior attacking game to put daylight between the teams. That is exactly what transpired.
- Donal Lenihan: Irish Examiner, April 24, 2017
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