Edinburgh head coach Rob Moffat hailed his players for not panicking during the 17-13 Heineken Cup triumph over Ulster despite trailing for long periods at Murrayfield.
Tim Visser’s late try put Edinburgh into the lead and the impressive Phil Godman made sure of their first victory of the tournament with a last-minute penalty.
Moffat said: “I was always confident even when Ulster were ahead.
“They are the kind of side that look to get a few points in the lead and then Ian Humphreys drills the ball into your area and says ‘What are you going to do?’
“Ulster fly up in defence and are very difficult to play against. I was pleased that we didn’t panic and try to counter-attack when it wasn’t on.
“In the second half we kept going and by the end were the better side by a long way.”