Munster match against Glasgow to go ahead after death of Anthony Foley

• European Champions Cup match to take place as planned
• Foley’s funeral to take place the day before the match

The Munster captain Peter O’Mahony broke down as he tried to put into words what his former coach Anthony Foley, who died suddenly on Sunday, meant to him.

“He was a man that wanted a Munster jersey win,” he said. “I’m not going to do him justice here. It’s all the words I can say to be honest.”

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