Champions Cup: Clermont had to be whipped

Champions Cup: Clermont had to be whipped

Via with AFP

Overgnats struggled to escape the English off-sale in a long uncertain match in which both teams scored three tries each. Para’s boot made a difference

Clermond returned to the 16th round of the European Rugby Cup qualifiers thanks to a 25-19 victory over the English of Sail on Sunday in the third day. In Pool A, Clermontois returns to sixth place with seven points after a draw (seventh). Clermond lost their first home game against Ulster (23-29), which will be found at the ground in Ireland the next day.

In the UK, meanwhile, Kovid dropped the first leg against Seoul following the outburst and ordered a draw (0-0). “We wanted to do better after the setback against Ulster. Although everything is not perfect, we are proud of the success and the mood, ”said Damien Penaud, BeInSports Microphone, who arrived at the center for the fifth time this season.

“We had no discipline, but we showed solidarity. The important thing is to score four points, ”Penaud added. “It was very difficult and complicated. We get busy sometimes. The mood improved for a few weeks. It will be very difficult now in Ireland against a great team. We have to be very united to succeed there, ”said Morgan Para, who is still at BeInSports.

Lack of control

In the 61st minute, Schrum Half’s entry into the game was decisive. Two penalties were passed (69, 73) and a seven-point (25-19) lead from the end allowed AS‌M to regain the lead. Unlike the first period with the previous twists and turns, the second period was dominated by Clermontois, who ended 19-19 thanks to six attempts on each side.

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Jean-Luc du Preez (5), who led 5-0 from the start, lost to Clermont, two executives, Sebastien Wahmina and Arthur Ituria, thanks to two achievements from Fritz Lee (5), giving the situation a 12-5 lead. -5, 13), Aliveretti Rakka (12-5, 23). But overgrowth had no control or concentration. Two attempts by Tom Roebuck (27) and Bevan Road (33) gave them a 19-12 lead.

Clermond returned to the equalizer in an attempt by Penaud, who converted Camille Lopez just before halftime (19-19, 40). Fortunately, for the Auvergne colors, they showed more toughness in the second half, up to two penalties in the final package.

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