Rugby / Top 14. Clermont, patient, beats the race

Rugby / Top 14. Clermont, patient, beats the race

Clermontois relied on international opener Camille Lopez, 21-point (7 penalty kicks in 7 attempts), to keep in touch with their opponents before pressing the nail late in the game, swarming in the invasion and into the kickoff. Deny visitors a defensive bonus point.

The race got off to a good start with a test recorded at the start of each run, on beats at Camp Claremont. Outnumbered after the yellow card received by his captain, international player Fermi Vakatawa, scored first through the left column, Hassan Kollingar (7-3. 12) and then by young Nolan Le Garrick (17-12. 52). But then he lost control of the ball and the match.

Claremont returns to ninth place

Despite the absence of several international players, at rest, including whore Camille Chatt, second row Bernard Le Roux, Scrum Half Maxime Machenaud or Gael Fico center, the visitors believed in her for a long time, thanks to a good alignment in contact, and good. defense.

More aggressive and disciplined in the second half as they were not given a penalty, Overnats took the blow after an hour, and the Fijian winger, Aliferity Raka, found the fault in the corner (20-17. 64)), after good work from New Zealand center, George Mwala.

With nine points, ASM is back in ninth place. Long before the result, Racing missed the chance to reclaim second place in the standings in Bordeaux. It remains in sixth place with 12 points.

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