One week after his victory over Munster, Stade Toulouse returned Dublin. Toulouse residents left their suitcases in the Irish capital on Thursday evening. L’Aviva Stadium, The grand showcase of the Irish election (51,000 seats) should be almost complete The French time for this poster is Saturday at 4 p.m. The semi-final of the Champions Cup between Leinster, Irish province Players at home and current European champions who can count on hundreds of supporters. The club has been allotted 300 seats. Toulouse coach Ugo Mola knows Stade is eagerly awaiting. However, at a press conference on Thursday, he rested and joked, comparing his team’s notoriety to current music stars like English singer Ed Sheeran.
A final an hour before Saturday
I have to say that This XXL shock has everything to do with a finale ahead of its time In a beautiful stadium. “Both teams have been competing for the last 20 years.”, Recalls Ugo Mola. Of Irish Leinster has won the Champions Cup three times. The Toulouse holds the record for most wins in a match With five wins. They will experience their fourth consecutive semifinal on Saturday. The series began in 2019 with a defeat to Leinster (30-12), who played their last European final of the season. At this stage of the competition the two teams have already met twice in the semi-finals, and The Irish two wins (2011, 2019) lead to one (2010). If they win, Toulouse will advance to the second consecutive final after their victory over La Rochelle a year ago (22-17).
Toulouse dreams of an Irish triptych
To access the final again, The people of Toulouse are already trying to achieve that They call their coach Ugo Mola on Saturday le “Irish Triptych”That is, to win The third away game in a month in IrelandAfter eliminating Ulster in the 16th round Le Monster In the quarterfinals last weekend. Abducted success After an epic match Won the penalty. According to Ugo Mola, this triptych would never have been a reality before. But for that, Toulouse rugby players need to dig deep into their mental and physical resources to win the second game in a week in the cave at Aviva Stadium. The stadium in Dublin on Saturday could write a page in its history. “It’s a shame to say we’re tired.”Full back Thomas Ramos replies.
Leinster – Toulouse, kick off Saturday at 4pm French time. Live live on your radio (7pm) before the end of the TFC season in Ajaccio, from 3:30 pm special on France Blue Occitani to experience this match.
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