Toulouse coach Guy Noves was full of praise for Glasgow Warriors for the way they pushed his side to the limit before going down 22-16 in Pool 5.
Noves was happy to see his side turn a 9-7 interval deficit into a 22-9 lead with a 10 minute purple patch immediately after the re-start, but concerned at the end as Glasgow threw everything into attack after snapping up a breakaway try.
"Glasgow played really well. That was like the team that bat Biarritz a few years agao and not like the side that has lost a few games recently," said Noves.
"We were very lucky to score a try in the first half and could have been nine or more points behind at the break. They really did scavenge for every ball and make life difficult for us.
"At half-time I had to tell my players to focus, stick together and try to move the ball more. By magic we found ourselves in a 10 minute period nd then had the chance to go for the bonus point.
"But Glasgow didn't give up and we couldn't score again. They got a breakaway try and we were hanging on at the end.
"But we have won our first two games and I am happy with that."
Heineken Man of the Match Yannick Jauzion was another who heaped praise on Glasgow.
"They made life very difficult for us in the first-half, but I'm happy with the second half performance," said Jauzion.
"We came with the intention of winning and going for the bonus point, but unfortunately we couldn't get thefour tires. Maybe we will play better in the future."