That's a pretty good summary. I haven't seen Irish for a long time but they managed to threaten more than a few times and Leicester's defence could be accused of bouts of softness (or laziness). They weren't coping with the Irish speed and just never put their foot on the Irish throat. Plus G. Murphy's decision to run the ball up the touch line from his own half with Leicester leading and very little left on the clock was hair-raising. The pill ended up with Agulla, he got turned over, possession to Irish. Irish were throwing caution to the wind because they had to, the pill dribbled free, straight to Croft, who cantered away for the bonus point try. Unfair to Irish, but then, over the course of the game, they were guilty of the same softness as Leicester. Overall, tries were too easily come by.
There was, though, one thing you rarely see - a conversion kick charged down. The Irish scrummy showed amazing speed to thwart Flood's conversion attempt.
And Manu, not content with putting a finger in the air to celebrate before he gets over the try line, blew a kiss to the crowd before dotting down. Prat.
I don't know the extent of the Youngs injury - he hobbled off supported by trainers - but it might cancel out whatever the citing officer says, if he says anything.