Glasgow Warriors rode the Scotstoun breeze to a 22 point lead at half-time and then held on against it with some smothering defence to beat Munster and start their Guinness PRO14 season with two wins from two.
Glasgow laid down a marker for the Guinness PRO14 with a bonus point victory over their chief rivals Munster in a compelling all-round display at Scotstoun.
Munster represent Glasgow’s toughest test of the Guinness PRO14 season so far and even the winning formula so far won’t do the job, believes Dave Rennie.
Adam Ashe is back to the form that made Vern Cotter pick him from Scotland straight out of club rugby, and it’s been a concerted run free from injury as well as the powers of positive thinking.
If the Glasgow Warriors were a car, they’d be a classic but temperamental sports coupe.
Ian Keatley’s late drop goal consigned Glasgow to their third consecutive defeat in the Guinness PRO12 as Munster became the third team to beat the Warriors at Scotstoun this season.
The Guinness PRO12 leaders and "the best team in the league" are the best way for Glasgow Warriors to get back to winning ways at Scotstoun tonight, believes Gregor Townsend.
Glasgow’s leaders will have to take the initiative and keep the focus on the task in hand in what is certain to be among rugby’s most emotional occasions at Thomond Park this afternoon.
Leaving Scotstoun after what was unquestionably Glasgow’s biggest European night on Friday, there was a sudden realisation that we’ve actually been down this road before.