Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Out of the ashes of Saracens' exit at the hands of Leinster last year came a desire that has made Europe's other top sides fear their return to Champions Cup dominance. Having conquered the continent in and '17, Sarries were a shadow of their former selves in last season's quarter-final at the Aviva Stadium.
Adam Beard is yellow carded for an infringement at a maul.
Munster cash in by driving over frrom short range, with Rhys Marshall scoring. If anyone is in the business of clutching straws, then the Ospreys have won a scrum penalty.
It appears to be Rhodri Jones who wins it. He certainly gets the pats on the back. Munster Ospreys The Ospreys are back under pressure as Munster attack in waves. But it is prop James Cronin who scores next, ploughing over from short range.
Nemsadze returns after his time on the sidelines.
The Ospreys need him. Sam Davies makes no mistake for his second penalty. Munster Ospreys Munster are turning the screw and they push the Ospreys back once again.
Sam Davies attempts a dink over the top in a dangerous position, only for the ball to fall slightly short of its intended target and Joey Carbery gathers.
The youngster has been described as an old-fashioned fly-half in the classical Welsh tradition, and he shows exactly why as he glides through the defence for a quite beautiful try, which he converts himself.
Munster Ospreys The Ospreys are down to 14 men but they claw back three points after Munster infringe at the breakdown. Sam Davies does the honours, slotting the ball over from 30 metres.
The Ospreys respond with some nice rugby that sees the ball taken through the phases and Sam Cross and Olly Cracknell featuring a number of times. To his credit, Morgan dusts himself down and continues. Munster Ospreys Giorgi Nemsadze gives away a penalty and Munster go for touch.
The hosts win the line-out and sniff blood.
Nemsadze infringes again and the referee awards a penalty try. Cloete, the openside, is everywhere and so is former Scarlet Tadhg Beirne. Andrew Conway attacks down the left James Hook, who is standing out for the Ospreys, takes responsibility and clears for the Ospreys.
The referee deems one of those illegal. But the South African looks an absolute menace.
From the resultant line-out, Adam Beard carries, only to see the ball ripped from his grasp some 10 metres out. Munster clear. I min Peeeep! The Irish TV commentators remind viewers that it is 18 months since the Ospreys last won outside Wales in the league.
Keep it positive, lads!