Cullen: We took the legs off them
when it was hard to play out for them. We took the scores when they came along and we are delighted to get the win.”
In the end, Adam Byrne’s try four minutes from the end wrapped up the bonus point, but Cullen praised replacement Jamison Gibson Park for his sharp read in the build up.
“That was some headsup rugby from Jamison taking the quick tap to put Adam away in the end.
“Now we turn attention to Wasps and the Ricoh is a tough venue as we found out a few years ago.” LEINSTER coach Leo Cullen was delighted with his side’s patience and eagerness for the battle as they gained revenge on Toulouse for their loss in the South of France in round two.
“It was difficult playing into the wind so controlling the ball was key,” said Cullen.
“For us we wanted to take the legs from them. They have a lot of very big, heavy forwards so managing possession was key. We got chopped and hit in the first half but it told in the second half,