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Maori All Blacks perform spine-tingling Anthony Foley haka tribute

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CJ Stander and Donnacha Ryan celebrate at final whistle

The New Zealand team now travels to London to face another club side Harlequins on Thursday.

Munster's superb tradition against touring sides wasn't just maintained but greatly when an nearly second string side ran out deserved winners by four tries to two.

New Zealand Maori All Blacks 14 (J Lowe, A Curtis tries; O Black 2 cons) lost to Munster 27 (N Scannell, D Sweetnam, R O'Mahony tries, penalty try; I Keatley 2 cons, pen).

He had Munster putting up high balls into the first half gale.

Munster take on The Maori All Blacks in a match in Thomond Park this evening as the Maori continue their November tour.

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A particularly resonating haka followed, before Foley's sons collected the jersey.

"With Munster being another physical pack, particularly at lineout driving time, we will want to play the game in their half".

No 8 Akira Ioane was the best of the mediocre Maori, his industriousness not matched by others, while wing James Lowe, who finished a sweet try, and No 10 Otere Black, were the other standouts.

Ian Keatley arguably produced his best display since Munster beat Ulster in Belfast last season, while Robin Copeland was simply huge at the back of the scrum.

Maori All Blacks' captain Ash Dixon presents Anthony Foley's kids with a jersey.

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