"I think for him to apologise and the club to make a statement, it's a very easy thing to say sorry, it's very hard to mean it", Thomas said on Channel Four, while serving as an expert analyst for Sunday's European Champions Cup semifinal between Leinster and Toulouse in Dublin. I'll probably not be as honest as I have been about things that probably hurt a lot of people.
"It doesn't matter who we play - we just want to be out there and we will prepare for whoever we come up against".
"A few of the boys were probably not as fit as they would have liked, including my brother and Brad [Barritt], but everyone stepped up".
"Unbelievably unacceptable." Thomas said when asked if Vunipola's response has been unacceptable.
The Saracens' director of rugby, Mark McCall, said he believed the affair had brought a squad renowned for being tight-knit even closer.
"Seeing Billy's like and comment on it and then what I feel is a pretty feeble apology by Saracens". You could see how tight we were. It was a great squad effort and Billy was part of it.
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"The club dealt with it (Vunipola social media posts)".
"We played really well". The players understood that it did not reflect how good they had been. "They do the fundamental things brilliantly, so we know we are in for a really tough challenge on Saturday". "These matches take a long time to win".
The fan who confronted Vunipola was soon led away by stewards.
"We were beaten by the better side on the day", said the Munster head coach, Johann van Graan. Immediately at the start of the second half, there was a slight change in tactics made by Saracens, which turned out to be pivotal. I could not fault our effort.
Saracens will line up with a near full-strength side in the Champions Cup semi, with Owen Farrell returning to European action after he missed the quarter-final against Glasgow Warriors for the birth of his son.
Aligned with EPCR, Munster Rugby do not condone the entry of any spectator to the field of play.