Heineken Cup: Check out our pundits' video analysis of Week One

Last Updated: 15/10/13 5:13pm

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The Heineken Cup began in dramatic style this weekend.

1999 champions Ulster beat two-time winners Leicester at Ravenhill on Friday evening, while there was further Irish success on Saturday when Leinster neutered the Ospreys to pick up a 19-9 victory.

However, Connacht and Munster were quelled by Saracens and Edinburgh respectively, whilst English heavyweights Harlequins were humbled by Scarlets - and the lethal boot of Rhys Priestland.

Click here to watch highlights of EVERY Heineken Cup game

The Sky Sports cameras were there every step of the way - and will be all the way through to May's final at the Millennium Stadium - and our pundits have devoted time to analysing the European humdingers.

So click on the links below for bite-size reflection of some of the games and make sure you head back to Sky Sports' TV channels and skysports.com next weekend for your Heineken Cup fix...

MatchPunditLink
Ulster 22-16 LeicesterWill Greenwood and Shane HorganVIDEO
Edinburgh 29-23 MunsterFrankie SheahanVIDEO
Harlequins 26-33 ScarletsIeuan EvansVIDEO
Ospreys 9-19 LeinsterScott QuinnellVIDEO

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