WATCH: Who Spotted This Moment Of Sheer Peter O’Mahony Brilliance?

No risk, no reward.

Munster have reached yet another European Cup semi-final, after pulling off one of the all-time great wins against Toulon at Thomond Park earlier this evening.

The southern province dug deep and produced a performance of old, battling against all the odds in a defiant display. A moment of genius by Conor Murray, and a moment of sheer brilliance from Andrew Conway proved to be the deciding factors.

But another man once again grabbed the spotlight, with captain Peter O’Mahony being named man of the match in a ferocious display.

He stole a number of key line-outs, made some key carries and tackled everything that moved. But also showed his very clever (and somewhat sneaky) side with some clever scrum play with 72 minutes on the clock.

With Toulon leading 19-13, the blindside used all his experience and got a clever boot to the ball (in perhaps illegal circumstance) winning the ball against the head and giving Munster a huge momentum shift.

The dark arts of rugby are still well and truly alive.