You can relive Glasgow's win over Sale by reading Tom English's match report from Scotstoun...
Glasgow next travel to face Exeter Chiefs a week today in Pool 2.
The English side, who signed Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg this summer, kick off away to La Rochelle in about five minutes.
Sale will look to get their campaign off the mark at home to the French.
Hopefully all the games have a finish as breathless as the fans witnessed at Scotstoun today.
Bye for now...
Glasgow Warriors head coach Dave Rennie has mixed emotions about the victory, describing it as "frustrating".
"We put ourselves in a lot of pressure in the second half," he tells BBC Radio Scotland. "We kicked and controlled things better in the first half.
"I thought the first half was excellent. We carried well and had quick ball.
"We are happy. We defended well. We dominated enough of the ball to be rewarded, but Sale are a very good side and our control was not where it needs to be.
"If you had given me that score before the game, I would have taken that."Copyright: SNS
Former Scotland captain on BBC Radio ScotlandQuote Message: Glasgow will be pleased to have beaten a top English side even when they weren't firing
BBC Scotland's chief sports writerQuote Message: Sale were stymied by their line-out. It was a shambles. They lost three line-outs in Glasgow's 22
Former Scotland international on Rugby SportsoundQuote Message: The Glasgow players are in a huddle and the leaders in there will be saying that, against Exeter Chiefs next week, they will need to do even better and not give their hosts a foothold into the game
What a thrilling finish to a game that was enthralling rather than a classic.
It was so one-sided in the first half and Glasgow should have been further ahead than they were thanks to a couple of Adam Hastings penalties and a DTH van der Merwe try.
Visiting boss Steve Diamond brought on some big hitters shortly after the break and it turned the game in Sale's favour.
But it was Glasgow who held on to secure a fine win at the start of their Champions Cup campaign.Copyright: SNS
The Glasgow defence is looking a bit ragged, but the ball goes loose and is kicked into touch.
Glasgow have won the game...just!
Glasgow give away a penalty on the half-way line.
Robert du Preez kicks deep into the home half and they are five metres away from the try line.
Great attacking opportunity. Really out of the blue for the visitors.
Glasgow look in complete control, but they lose the ball and Sale will have one more chance to snatch the win as they kick for touch.
The Warriors are inside the 22 and the forwards are just lining up to make drive after drive as they try to waste away the remaining minutes.
Glasgow win a penalty at the scrum for a binding issue and a massive cheer goes up - you would think the home side has scored.
What it does is ease the pressure.
Former Scotland international on Rugby SportsoundQuote Message: Glasgow need to shift the game back in their favour. Sale have just got that bit between the teeth at the moment
Dan du Preez goes off with a bloody nose and makes way for Matt Postlethwaite.
The game in on a knife edge, with Sale continuing to have the momentum.
But it is halted as number eight Dan du Preez is down with a head knock.
It's going to be a nail-biting final eight minutes.
Ali Price, back from injury at the World Cup, replaces George Horne a scrum-half.
Alex Allan is on for Oli Kebble in the front row too.
Former Scotland captain on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: It's nervous times for the Warriors
Another change for Glasgow as Peter Horne replaces Adam Hastings, who has been looking tired, mentally if not physically.
Sale are starting to turn the screw and, after a few phases fail to produce a scoring chance, AJ MacGinty's kick has to be cleared into touch.
The nerves are showing in the Glasgow ranks as Adam Hastings sends a kick out on the full when he had a chance to put the ball dangerously behind the Sale back line.