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Matchday Cam | European quarter-final defeat

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Get an up close and personal look at the action on the field, as well as the reaction inside the changing rooms, from the quarter-final trip to Dublin to take on Leinster Rugby in the 2022/23 Heineken Champions Cup.

Leicester Tigers were knocked out of the 2022/23 Heineken Champions Cup following a 31-point, 55-24, defeat to Leinster Rugby in the quarter-final stages.

The home side crossed for six tries, as well as being awarded a penalty try, at the Aviva Stadium on Friday night compared to Leicester's three scores.

Leinster centre Garry Ringrose scored a double to finish with 10 points, which was only topped by fly-half Ross Byrne's 18 points with the boot.

Jamison Gibson-Park, Jimmy O'Brien, John McKee and Scott Penny scored Leinster's other tries.

Meanwhile, for Tigers, Anthony Watson, Harry Potter and Olly Cracknell were the try-scorers.

Handré Pollard added seven points from the tee and Jimmy Gopperth added two through a late conversion.

Mike Brown, who started at full-back, made his European debut for Leicester Tigers, while Sam Wolstenholme came off the bench for his first appearance for the club.