WATCH: Connacht head coach Andy Friend reflects on win in Belfast

A first win in Belfast since 1960, Connacht head coach, Andy Friend, was obviously happy to see his side defeat Ulster 22-15.

Tries from Tiernan O'Halloran and Bundee Aki, along with a penalty try, saw Connacht dramatically beat provincial rivals in the Guinness PRO14 for a first triumph in Belfast in a remarkable 58 years.

The result saw Ulster fall to their second successive defeat less than week after suffering a record 64-7 reverse at Munster.

Ulster were forced to play the whole of the second half with 14 men on the pitch after flanker Mattie Rea was shown a red card for upending Cian Kelleher just after the restart.

Connacht's Andy Friend

Connacht's Andy Friend