From Thornley in today's Times.
While Penney admitted it was “unbelievable” that Munster didn’t kick more at times, he commented: “It’s really interesting everyone talks about this grand plan of using width. All we want to do is use space. There was nothing wrong with what we did today. We played some rugby. I think we got on the rough end of some decisions and in tight matches they’re costly. The boys’ ability to use space won’t be compromised through some inability to finish at this point because it’s taking us in a good direction. It’s a direction that’s going to be challenging as we move forward.”
Interesting distinction between space and width. I honestly don't think either halfback will want to see the video in terms of game management which I presume is what Penney is alluding to regarding kicking but it doesn't sound like the passing game is going to be taken off the table either.
After the first 20 mins, did we really create anything to finish?