Vunipola was booed by Leinster fans before, during and after Sarries dethroned the Irish province by coming from behind to win 20-10 at St James' Park on Saturday.
He was handed formal warnings from his club and the Rugby Football Union last month after he posted on social media that "man was made for woman to procreate that was the goal no?" and also liked a social media post from Australian player Israel Folau that stated "hell awaits" for homosexuals.
Leinster was pinned in its 22 for the rest of the match, thwarting its hope of a record fifth European crown.
Saracens continued their occupancy in Leinster 22 and eventually, their attack proved dividends with Billy Vunipola scoring the decisive try with 13 minutes to go and conversion from Farrell ensured Mark McCall's side completed another title win. The second half was our best performance in any game I've known.
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"Our players took control at half-time, if I am honest", McCall added.
"For us, I thought our guys fronted up unbelievably well, stuck in so many collisions, were dominant in a lot of collisions, particularly early in the game with some of those big men running at them". We were up against a very, very good team.
There was further cause for Saracens celebrations, meanwhile, with full-back Alex Goode being named this season's European player of the year.
When analysing this defeat, Cullen will no doubt be buoyed by how his side had the newly-crowned European champions under pressure for large periods of the game but equally, there will be a similar level of frustration that they didn't take advantage of some excellent opportunities to put more points on the board.
"We just need to dust ourselves off now". "He's saying how we live our lives needs to be closer to how God intended them to be". We were playing against the second-best team in Europe - it turned out to be the two best teams going at it. "There were some big moments that we just didn't quite get", Cullen summarised.