Ulster made history with dominant Champions Cup victory over Toulouse in Belfast
Ulster not only outclassed Toulouse on Friday night but they made some history in the process.
For the first time ever, the French side failed to register a single point in Europe as Ulster rampaged to a 38-0 victory at the Kingspan Stadium.
— Seb Duval (@SebDuval) December 11, 2015
Les Kiss' troops ran in five tries against the Top 14 high-flyers, securing a bonus point with little resistance.
Nick Williams, Andrew Trimble, Luke Marshall, Stuart McCloskey and Chris Henry all touched down for the hosts with Paddy Jackson providing four conversions and a penalty.
Substitute Ian Humphreys scored the final conversion to round out an almost flawless performance.
Williams opened the scoring in the 22nd minute after powering his way over from a lineout with Jackson converting and adding a penalty to make it 10-0.
Ulster led 17-0 at the break after Trimble crossed and the lead was extended early on in the second when Marshall collected a Ruan Pienaar cross-field kick to give Jackson the chance to make it 24-0, which he duly did.
The bonus point arrived when McCloskey went over and the rout was completed with just minutes on the clock after Henry made it 36-0 and Humphreys added the extras.
The bonus point win gives a serious boost to Ulster's chances of qualification.