Munster 45 Wasps 7
SIMON ZEBO surpassed the late Anthony Foley as Munster's top Champions Cup try scorer in a bonus point win at Thomond Park.
Zebo's 24th European try for the province, coupled with efforts from Conor Murray and Jack O'Donoghue, had them 24-7 ahead at half-time.
Last week's conquering of Toulouse meant injury-hit Wasps still had a shot at reaching the round of 16, while Munster were already through and eyeing up a higher seeding.
Dan Robson touched down for the visitors in the 27th minute but Jeremy Loughman, Zebo and Rory Scannell made it six tries in the end for Munster who finished third in Pool B.
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