Heineken Cup: Check out our pundits' video analysis of Round Three

Last Updated: 09/12/13 10:46am

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The Heineken Cup is back with a bang.

Cardiff went top of Pool Two after beating Glasgow 29-20 at the Arms Park on Friday night, but were soon usurped by defending champions Toulon after the French side defeated Exeter on Saturday.

There were also wins for Leinster, Harlequins, Clermont, Munster and Gloucester, while Connacht pulled off the shock of the weekend by vanquishing heavyweights Toulouse.

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-sized 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...

Cardiff 29-20 GlasgowScott HastingsVIDEO
Northampton 7-40 LeinsterStuart BarnesVIDEO
Ulster 48-0 TrevisoTyrone HoweVIDEO
Exeter 9-14 ToulonDewi MorrisVIDEO
Leicester 41-32 MontpellierStuart BarnesVIDEO
Munster 36-8 PerpignanFrankie SheahanVIDEO
Toulouse 14-16 ConnachtWill GreenwoodVIDEO

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