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  1. Reid try secures bonus point for Leinster, Byrne converts
  2. Seymour unconverted try reduced Glasgow's deficit
  3. Sexton added to two Healy tries for Leinster, three Sexton conversions
  4. Hogg knocked long-range penalty wide after earlier converted try

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By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    FT: Glasgow 18-34 Leinster

    That's it from me folks. I need to pitch in with the football coverage now.

    It was a bad day for Glasgow Warriors and their European aspirations lie in tatters. Leinster, three-time European champions, might just be thinking they can go all the way again.

  2. Clinical Leinster in control

    FT: Glasgow 18-34 Leinster

    Leinster's European record in Scotland improves to won five, lost four.

    That was the visitors' first win in Glasgow since November 2012 and they did it in style, with a bonus point. We were even treated to some beautiful slight of hand from big Scott Fardy for Johnny Sexton's try.

    Leinster were too strong for the home side
    Image caption: Leinster were too strong for the home side
  3. Any way back for Warriors?

    FT: Glasgow 18-34 Leinster

    Is that Glasgow dead and buried? They need to win the remaining four games to have a chance. Next up is a double-header with Vern Cotter's Montpellier. Tall order...

    The French side host Exeter tomorrow.

  4. Post update

    FT: Glasgow 18-34 Leinster

    It wasn't the close encounter we expected, with Glasgow making too many mistakes to really apply any pressure.

    Johnny Sexton gave Finn Russell a bit of lesson, with a solid all-round showing, while the Glasgow man blew hot and cold.

  5. Full-time Glasgow Warriors 18-34 Leinster

    Leinster go a big way to ensuring progress to the knockout phase, picking up five points for the second successive week.

    Glasgow, without a point, look down and out already.

  6. Disappointing day for Glasgow

    Glasgow Warriors 18-34 Leinster

    Andy Burke

    BBC Sport Scotland at Scotstoun

    That will be that. Leinster have kept Glasgow at arm's length in this second half and have been clinical when chances have come along. Desperately disappointing from the Warriors.

  7. Try Glasgow Warriors 18-34 Leinster

    Noel Reid

    A bonus point win on the road as Noel Reid explodes through a huge hole in the Glasgow defence. Extras easily converted by Ross Byrne.

  8. Post update

    Glasgow Warriors 18-27 Leinster

    Blood is streaming from the head of Glasgow flanker Callum Gibbins after a collision with team-mate Peter Horne. Both men are down and need attention.

    Both are unable to continue. It's looking like a sorry end to this one for the hosts.

  9. Too many Glasgow errors

    Glasgow Warriors 18-27 Leinster

    Andy Burke

    BBC Sport Scotland at Scotstoun

    It just feels like this match is slipping away from Glasgow. They've had great moments but have been unable to pin Leinster down and put them under any extended periods of pressure. The error count is proving Glasgow's undoing.

  10. Post update

    Glasgow Warriors 18-27 Leinster

    The Scotstoun crowd have gone a bit quiet as the Warriors huff and puff into the final 10 minutes, hemmed in their own half.

  11. Penalty Glasgow 18-27 Leinster

    Johnny Sexton

    The captain knocks it over then immediately goes off, along with Tadhg Furlong. Do Leinster think they have the points wrapped up now?

  12. Post update

    Glasgow Warriors 15-24 Leinster

    The officials spot a late tackle from Peter Horne on Johnny Sexton and it's going to be a nine-point gap again.

  13. Penalty Glasgow Warriors 18-24 Leinster

    Finn Russell

    A soft penalty as Leinster buckle and Finn Russell knocks it over. Just the six points in it now...

  14. Post update

    Glasgow Warriors 15-24 Leinster

    Glasgow are driven back from the line-out but come again, grinding their way into the 22.

  15. Post update

    Glasgow Warriors 15-24 Leinster

    The slew of second-half replacements is well under way. Too many to keep up with as action continues to rage from end to end.

    A Finn Russell chip over the top is thwarted by by the giant hands of Tadhg Furlong.

    Penalty to Glasgow for not moving away and Russell kicks to the corner.

  16. Glasgow trying to force things

    Glasgow Warriors 15-24 Leinster

    Andy Burke

    BBC Sport Scotland at Scotstoun

    If there is one criticism you could level at Glasgow it's that they've maybe tried to force things on occasion. Offloads not finding the man, kicks not finding the mark. But they've responded well to going 24-10 down. There's no need to panic....yet.

  17. Post update

    Glasgow Warriors 15-24 Leinster

    Replacement hooker James Tracy gives away another wonky line-out throw. Chants of 'Glasgow, Glasgow' from the crowd as they urge the hosts on. The noise increases as Sam Johnson sets off on a blistering break but Johnny Sexton gets back to make a great tackle, knocking the ball from the centre's grasp.

  18. Post update

    Glasgow Warriors 15-24 Leinster

    A huge cheer from the crowd as Leinster are penalised for a squint throw at a line-out. Now it's Glasgow looking the more menacing side as Stuart Hogg burrows forward.

    Peter Horne gathers a Finn Russell kick but then a rash, stray pass from the fly-half sees a promising moment fizzle out. Both sides of Russell in the matter of seconds...

  19. Try Glasgow Warriors 15-24 Leinster

    Tommy Seymour

    Peter Horne to Stuart Hogg to Tommy Seymour... and there's the response Glasgow so badly needed.

    Finn Russell is wide with the conversion from out wide.

    Tommy Seymour slides over to score
  20. Leinster tails up

    Glasgow Warriors 10-24 Leinster

    Andy Burke

    BBC Sport Scotland at Scotstoun

    Glasgow assistant coach Jason O'Halloran warned earlier in the week of Johnny Sexton's threat, particularly that loop around play we just saw for that try. But expecting it and stopping it are two different things.

    Leinster tails are up. Glasgow need something special here.