Exeter Chiefs fought back from 19-10 down to secure their second win of the European Champions Cup campaign, beating Munster 32-24 in a fabulous game at Sandy Park.

Following on from a fine win in Toulon last weekend, the Chiefs came out firing in the early stages but were unable to breach the Munster defence, and the visitors surged into the lead with tries from Calvin Nash, Tom Ahern and Antoine Frisch.

A score from hooker Dan Frost kept the Chiefs competitive and in the game at 19-10. Henry Slade slotted a couple of penalties but Munster touched down again to lead 24-13.

The game turned when Ross Vintcent turned the relentless pressure into a try and the Chiefs were suddenly in control. Jack Dunne scored an incredible opportunistic try to give them the lead, grabbing a bouncing ball with the Munster defence out of position.

The visitors surged back with a spell of huge pressure on the Exeter defence, which stood firm, and Slade confirmed the victory with an intercept try that had the Sandy Park faithful roaring their approval.

Head coach Rob Baxter told BBC Radio Devon: "As the pressure really came on, we came up with a couple of moments.

"I don't really know how Jack Dunne scored that try, but the truth is it's not how he scores it, it's where it comes from.

"It comes from us exiting well, we win the contestable kick off, Stu takes a good decision to create more pressure with a second quick kick and then it's the bounce of a ball.

"We created pressure with the bounce of the ball perhaps making things work and that's what you have to do."

"We talked all the time how we wanted this to just be a big learning experience for the players and we were going to pick our best teams.

"We weren't going to rest and rotate and leave guys out, we weren't going to stop players from being able to play. We didn't and they've performed two weeks in a row for us."