Peter O’Mahony says he hopes Munster’s performance against Glasgow would have made Anthony Foley proud.

Fourteen-man Munster beat the Warriors 38-17 just one day after Foley’s funeral and captain O’Mahony said that they funnelled some of the emotion from an incredibly tough week into their performance.

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“It was a special performance for a special day,” he told RTÉ Sport.

“We set out to play like Axel would have wanted us to play, and play for Olive and his kids and the family.

“I hope to God that we did him proud. That was the main thing.

“It was a massive part of the week leading up.

“The most important thing was looking after the family but I think we had a little opportunity to show how much he meant to us.”