WATCH - Anthony Foley's sons join Munster huddle for rendition of 'Stand up and fight' after stirring win
The Munster players and their loyal faithful at Thomond Park honoured Anthony Foley's memory with a stirring 38-17 victory over a shell-shocked Glasgow Warriors side.
Immediately after Munster's bonus-point win, achieved despite being a man light for 62 minutes after Keith Earls was sent off, the home squad linked arms in a large circle on the pitch and sang another rendition of 'Stand Up And Fight'.
A still-packed crowd, which numbered 25,600 during the match, joined in the chorus and then applauded the Munster squad, who were accompanied by Foley's sons Tony and Dan, on a lap of honour.
It was a fitting end to a truly emotionally-charged today that epitomised everything that is good about Munster rugby and their followers.