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Toulouse fly-half Romain Ntamack scores the opening try in their 26-18 win over Montpellier
Four-time winners Leinster produced a stunning seven-try, 50-21 victory against Northampton in Dublin on Saturday to become the first team ever to qualify for the quarter-finals of the European Champions Cup after just four rounds.
Ireland centre Gary Ringrose scored a hat-trick of tries as the home side blew away the team they beat in the 2011 final.
They moved to 19 points at the top of Pool 1, enough to guarantee them a place in the knockout rounds with two group games still to play.
Toulouse also moved to within a heartbeat of the last eight with a 26-18 win at Montpellier while defending champions Saracens kept their hopes alive with a hard-fought 15-6 win at home to Munster.
La Rochelle picked up their first win of the tournament in Glasgow, Connacht came from behind to beat Gloucester and Treviso chalked up their first win in the competition since 2015 when they beat French Top 14 leaders Lyon.
Leinster, who won 43-16 in Northampton a week ago, ripped into the Saints from the first whistle, Ringrose charging down a clearance and going through for
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