In the piece, Edinburgh coach Andy Robinson is quoted saying that "they (Munster) know how to stop us playing", Munster's task obviously made all the easier by Ferguson's observation that "the hosts continued to play into Munster's hands with sloppy kicks and directionless running".
Robinson however, speaking to Bill Lothian in the Evening News conceded, "They had two cracking scores and deserved to win." with Lothian asking, " Who, among those 5443 fans who braved a wet and windy night at Scottish rugby HQ would argue with that." ?
According to the Daily Record, Edinburgh, "started out full of confidence but suffered stage fright when it really mattered as streetwise Munster dealt out a lesson in keeping control and turning pressure into points".