Dec 14, 2013 at 3.40pm UK
PerpignanPerpignan
17-18
MunsterMunster
Benvenuti (77')
FT
try (48'), Hanrahan (80')

Result: Last-gasp try gives Munster win

Munster's Felix Jones is tackled by Perpignan's Watisoni Votu during their Heineken Cup match on December 8, 2013
© AFP
Munster score a try in the last minute of their Heineken Cup match against Perpignan to clinch an 18-17 win.

A last-minute try from JJ Hanrahan has give Munster an 18-17 win over Perpignan in the Heineken Cup.

The teams had been close throughout, with Tommy Allen's penalties for the home side cancelling out a 48th-minute penalty try for Munster.

Tommaso Benvenuti thought that he had secured the win for the French side three minutes from full time when he slipped through the Munster defence for a try.

However, Tommy O'Donnell found Hanrahan with a pass out wide in the final seconds of the match to secure the victory for the visitors.

The result leaves Munster top in pool six, six points clear of Gloucester, who have a game in hand.

Declan Kidney
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