Stade Tolstoy launches European campaign against Ulster

Stade Tolstoy launches European campaign against Ulster

Stade Toulouse won the European match 29-22 against Ulster. Very close meeting with a total of seven attempts for the two teams. After a yellow card from Maxim Medard, it was reduced to 14 in the last ten minutes, and Toulouse was not allowed to go. Throughout the attack the Toulouse tried to destabilize the defense throughout the Irish match, but to no avail. Studies leave Ireland with aggressive bonuses.

Attractive first period at Kingspan Stadium. From the first minutes of the game, Ulster provided the tone for the meeting. It was without regard to the response from the Talus side. With three attempts in six minutes from both teams, Toulouse was able to respond to the Irish players with his first win. Cheslin Colbe (19). Throughout the competition, the menHugo Mole Gave the Irish a difficult time. Studies made a total of four attempts, including a double from Colby, and grabbed the offensive bonus on the first day of the match. Despite their indiscipline and repeated punishments, Stade Tolstoy promised them a victory early on.

Antoine DuPont at height

In the French team or club, the scrum is half Antoine DuPont What attracts us is not done. Chosen as the best player in the 2020 Six Nations tournament, the Tolu player again tried to speed up the pass and flatten the bottom of the posts. 30 seconds before the break, the author of this experiment allowed the team to return to the locker room at the end of the meeting.

Eventful end to Stade Toulouse’s match, which found themselves superior following a yellow card Maxim Medard. But the impeccable defense of the scholars was able to resist until the final whistle. Thanks for scraping the third wing line Louis-Benoit Madol, Tallus scored a very important penalty. Thomas Ramos Eventually the poles didn’t shake in front, allowing Hugo Mola’s men to increase the gap to four minutes from the end of the game.

Looking for a fifth star

Toulouse has often shone in the European Cup since creating competition. The winner of the first edition, Stade Toulouse, later won three times. The disgruntled finalist of 2008, Tallus has always competed in the Champions Cup, except for the fact that the Stadists competed in the Challenge Cup in the 2017-2018 season. Great start for Hutt-Garonnais trying to get a fifth star.

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