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Summary

  1. FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors
  2. Scannell knocks over 50m penalty in stoppage time to win it
  3. Cronin with the first score of the game
  4. Glasgow reply with two great tries from G Horne
  5. M Fagerson adds third try for Glasgow. P Horne seals bonus point for 24-10 lead
  6. Wootton squeezes in for Munster's second try, Mathewson with the third
  7. Get involved #BBCSportScot

Live Reporting

By Jamie Lyall

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodnight

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    For Glasgow, a sickening end to an enthralling game of rugby at Thomond Park.

    We'll be back with coverage of next week's Pro14 action and Scotland's opening autumn international against Wales in Cardiff.

    Thanks for your company this evening and enjoy the rest of your evening.

  2. Warriors 'won't be dwelling' - Rennie

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Glasgow Warriors head coach Dave Rennie on BBC Radio Scotland: "I was really proud of the guys. It's tough to come over here against a really strong Munster side and I'm really proud of the effort.

    "Obviously disappointed to lose in that fashion - we're one ruck away from winning. It's a game of inches at this level. Munster are smart - they isolated the ball-carrier by taking out his support and they won the penalty.

    "We'll take two points but five was on offer with 10 seconds on the clock.

    "Oli Kebble hurt his back, so we'll assess that. We had Sam Johnson with a knee injury so not sure the extent of that but it doesn't look great. Rory Hughes has a concussion so we'll monitor that.

    "We won't be dwelling. We've got six days to turn it around. It's a long comp. The last three weeks, we've fronted up really well and played with the right intensity. But losing sucks. So we'll take it on the chin and prepare for next week."

    Munster celebrate beating Glasgow
  3. 'They were clinging on'

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Colin Gregor

    Former Scotland sevens captain on Radio Scotland

    Glasgow, you could see they were tiring and it wasn't about going out to win the game - it was about clinging on and trying not to lose. When that mind-set shifts, the tempo goes out of your attack, you are almost just hoping. They couldn't hold on for long enough.

  4. Grigg back on form

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    As our radio colleagues have been discussing, Nick Grigg hasn't had the best start to the season.

    He looked excellent tonight, though, his angles of running and ability to spy and thunder through gaps in Munster's defence was really impressive.

    In total, he beat nine defenders and made three clean breaks - more than anybody else.

    Perhaps more importantly, given his defensive issues of late, Grigg missed only one of nine attempted tackles.

    Nick Grigg
  5. Scannell's howitzer

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    A nice angle of Rory Scannell's booming match-winner. That was some kick.

    Rory Scannell kicks a penalty
  6. Glasgow pay price for set-piece errors

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Andy Burke

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Glasgow won six out of 10 line-outs. That just isn't good enough. Munster won six out of six.

    They need to sort that out because a faltering set-piece undermines everything you're doing - especially when the weather is so poor.

  7. Post update

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Colin Gregor

    Former Scotland sevens captain on Radio Scotland

    You think over the course of a game how you could have just bled another 13 seconds off the clock, but you're not going to know that come the end of the game.

    The strength of Glasgow's squad stands them in such good stead, missing so many international players. Oli Kebble and Callum Gibbins, DTH van der Merwe, the young guys like Grant Stewart and Nick Grigg who isn't in the Scotland squad - these players will be around during the international windows.

    The squad is in good shape.

  8. Post update

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    We'll bring you the thoughts of Glasgow head coach Dave Rennie when we have them

  9. Munster 'grind it out'

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Munster scrum-half Alby Mathewson on Premier Sport:

    "It's become a real rivalry this match. It was like a European Cup game. It wasn't our best performance but sometimes you just need to grind it out."

  10. Glasgow sickened

    FT: Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    That one will sting for Dave Rennie and his players. Holding that 14-point lead, with a bonus point in the bag, they'd have fancied themselves to see out the game.

    They shipped two late tries, but that last-gasp penalty will haunt them for a while. They were 10 seconds from booting the ball out and taking five points home. Instead, they take only two.

  11. Full-time Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    A stunning win for Munster. Trailing 24-10 with 13 minutes to play, they have snatched it. It's vintage Munster. How many times have we seen this down the years?

  12. Penalty Munster 25-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Rory Scannell

    Incredible! A show-stopping to finale to ridiculous game of rugby.

    Scannell lashes over the penalty from 50m to snatch victory for Munster. That is an amazing kick.

  13. Scannell for glory

    Munster 22-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Rory Scannell is lining up a massive penalty attempt to steal the win. Thomond Park falls silent...

  14. One last chance

    Munster 22-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Penalty Munster! The clock ticks red just as the home side isolate a Glasgow carrier and win the call from Dan Jones.

    Peter O'Mahony is down injured and receiving treatment, so a little break in proceedings before the ultimate finale.

    The penalty is near the halfway line with the wind at Munster's backs. Will Ian Keatley fancy a crack at the posts?

  15. Post update

    Munster 22-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Glasgow win the scrum and they're using their big forwards to keep the ball tight.

    They've got a minute to keep the ball and see this game out.

    Can they do it?

  16. Glasgow off the hook

    Munster 22-24 Glasgow Warriors

    It's a hopelessly messy line-out, Kevin Bryce's throw flying over the back, but CJ Stander spills the bouncing ball.

    Glasgow scrum on the Munster 10m line. Two minutes remaining.

  17. Post update

    Munster 22-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Fifteen phases, then a Glasgow penalty. Nick Grigg runs into Niall Scannell, who takes him high.

    They've killed two more minutes and they can run the clock down further by sending the ball out of play for a line-out.

    Good game management.

  18. Post update

    Munster 22-24 Glasgow Warriors

    It's Glasgow ball at the moment, just inside Munster territory. They want to keep the ball and keep this field position as long as they can. Five to play.

  19. Try Munster 22-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Alby Mathewson

    What a finale we have in store now.

    Patient, ruthless stuff from Munster again, who execute their attacking phases brilliantly in the Glasgow 22.

    Alby Mathewson, marshalling the heavy traffic at scrum-half, snipes and stretches and just about reaches the line.

    Keatley converts, and now it's a two-point game. Thomond Park is rocking. Six minutes to play...

  20. Munster are coming

    Munster 15-24 Glasgow Warriors

    Andy Burke

    BBC Sport Scotland

    What a test this is for Glasgow now. That try from Alex Wootton and the subsequent rampaging run up the middle by Arno Botha has got the Thomond Park crowd whipped up and baying for blood.

    Warriors have done outstandingly well to have already secured a bonus point, but anything less than a win will be a huge disappointment now.

    Munster will throw everything at this.