Heineken Cup: Team of the weekend
Who makes it into our team from those involved in the quarter-finals?
After four nail-biting encounters on both sides of the channel, the Heineken Cup semi-finalists have now been confirmed.
Clermont Auvergne were the first to qualify, beating Montpellier to set-up a clash with two-time champions Munster, who upset the odds with an away win over Harlequins.
The second semi-final will see Aviva Premiership leaders Saracens return to Twickenham - the scene of their quarter-final victory over Ulster - to take on Top 14 table-toppers Toulon, who saw off the threat of Leicester Tigers thanks to a world famous boot.
But who made it into our Heineken Cup team of the weekend?
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