Watch: Nigel Owens & Peter O’Mahony Share Brilliant Moment In Munster & Ulster Game
Munster continued their resurgence with a cracking win over Ulster on Friday night.
The southern province are still trying to overcome the devastating loss of their former head coach and captain, Anthony Foley, but they are no doubt doing him proud on the pitch with two cracking wins in a row over tough opposition.
The two sides shared a drink in the dressing room afterwards in honour of Foley is what what a fantastic contest. Early in the first half however, New Zealand fullback Charles Piutau was involved in a nasty high tackle with Munster captain Peter O’Mahony.
Upon closer inspection however, it was clear that O’Mahony had slipped and Piutau was unlucky, resulting in referee Nigel Owens only giving a penalty for the incident. O’Mahony asked afterwards as to why and Nigel Owens explained, the response he got however, wasn’t what he expected!
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