Owen Williams slotted a 79th-minute penalty from within his own half to snatch an 18-16 win for Leicester over Munster
Two penalties apiece from Williams and Tyler Bleyendaal meant it was 6-6 at the break
Niall Scannell went over to put Munster ahead, but Williams held his nerve to earn Tigers the win
Owen Williams kicked a late, long-range penalty to secure victory for Leicester over Munster and atone for last week’s 38-0 defeat at Thomond Park.
The score was 6-6 at half-time, courtesy of two penalties apiece from Williams and Munster fly-half Tyler Bleyendaal.
When Simon Zebo was sent to the sin-bin with 15 minutes remaining, Williams kicked Leicester into a six-point lead.
Hooker Niall Scannell went over though with Bleyendaal’s resulting conversion giving the Irish province a narrow one-point lead, 15-16,
But with a minute left on the clock, Williams opted to go for goal from inside his own half, with his superb effort being met by a roar of the Welford Road crowd as it sailed through the posts.
Glasgow lead Pool One on 13 points after their victory over Racing, with Munster on 11 points and Leicester third on eight points.