Some of the best shots from Munster's bonus point victory over Glasgow
It was billed as an emotional day for Munster rugby and it certainly lived up to expectations.
The province produced one of their all-time great performances to overcome Glasgow Warriors 38-17 at Thomond Park and, despite being reduced to 14 men, ran out bonus point winners over their Pool 1 rivals.
Ahead of the game, the number 8 was retired and CJ Stander instead lined out as number 24 in respect to the late Anthony Foley.
Passion, commitment, determination and aggression were all on show this afternoon in a particularly poignant game in Europe.
Fans wave flags and sing the Fields of Athenry ahead of today's game.
Supporters line up to sign a book of condolence before kick-off.
Fans pay tribute to Anthony Foley outside Thomond Park.
A stirring tribute to Munster's legendary number 8.
Simon Zebo visibly emotional before kick-off.
Simon Zebo before kick-off.
Jaco Taute celebrates scoring a try with Keith Earls.
Keith Earls clashes with Stuart Hogg after he was sent off.
Donnacha Ryan, Billy Holland and Tommy O'Donnell celebrate winning a penalty try.
Simon Zebo celebrates the win with President Michael D. Higgins.
And manages to get a hug as well.
Anthony's children Tony and Dan Foley sing with the Munster players after the game.
Images: ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan