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Updated / Sunday, 15 Dec 201910:39
Leinster head coach Leo Cullen had mixed feelings about his side’s seven-try performance despite a comprehensive 50-21 bonus point victory over Northampton in the Heineken Cup.
Following last week’s emphatic 43-16 triumph in Franklin’s Gardens, the unbeaten Irish province did the double over Saints with a Garry Ringrose hat-trick and further tries from Tadhg Furlong, Dave Kearney, James Lowe and Caelan Doris.
He happy to make history as the first team to qualify for after just four rounds but there were some aspects of the performance that left Cullen a little frustrated.
He said: “It was a little bit mixed I thought today. People are talking in quite positive terms about the performance, but there’s bits in there where we could get ourselves in trouble if we deliver that again.
“On the flip side, it’s a win. It keeps us trucking along.
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