Watch: Who Saw This Absolutely Filthy Catch By Darren Sweetnam Last Night
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This is absolutely filthy.
Munster defeated Champions Cup opponents in a scrappy game 16-15 last night at Scotstoun to extend their winning streak to six in a row thanks to a late drop goal by outhalf Ian Keatley.
The southern province have now claimed five league victories in a row, soaring to the top of the PRO12 in the process. Munster looked to have lost out on the four points when two Warriors tries in the final quarter overturned a 13-3 half-time lead.
However, a typical Munster play allowed out-half Keatley, who kicked 11 points, including converting Andrew Conway’s early try, to move into position for a drop-goal that earned a them a vital victory.
The moment of the match however came in the form of Darren Sweetnam and his delicate GAA hands. The winger recovered a kick from the opposition, plucking the ball out of the air as if it were a sliotar, with a simply magical one-handed catch.
Check it out below. Absolute rugby porn.