European Rugby Cup: Clermont put Wasps’ cap on the wire and went to the quarterfinals

Claremont defeated the qualifier (27-25) for the quarter-finals of the European Rugby Cup on Saturday, thanks to a try in the final seconds of their Japanese Rear Kotaro Matsushima, replaced by qualified Lopez.

Claremont defeated the qualifier (27-25) for the quarter-finals of the European Rugby Cup on Saturday, thanks to a try in the final seconds of their Japanese Rear Kotaro Matsushima, replaced by qualified Lopez.

Dominating the break (20-14), Clermont never lost faith and took a yellow card advantage in the final minute of regulation time against winger Zab Kibirge and snatched the victory in added time at the English home ground at Coventry.

Between the Wasps, who missed their season in the premiership with 9th place, which gives them very little chance to play the playoffs, and Claremont, the match began like an aggressive firework.

A school attack on giving up a touch gave an advantage to the locals, who had pierced the Auvergne defensive line for a converted try from Paolo Odoguvu (7-0, 6th).

A brilliant after his own 22-meter interception, relayed by a breakthrough by Damien Panaud, offered Sebastian Beazi an equalizer test (7-7, 12th), before the 22-year-old English dismissal blew bad. Negotiated, Penny Ravai was not allowed to give the French the first advantage (14–7, 21st).

“Wasps” were quick to respond with a great internal success from Josh Bassett to bring everyone up to standard (14-14, 25th).

The British then began to gain the upper hand, reaching the break with a 6 point lead to the boot of Jacob Umga (20-14, 40th), and even this edge with a test of strength from the pillar to 8 Points increased to. Ben Harris (25–17, 55th).

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But when Claremont was forced to return, after Lopez put him in the English Test range with a penalty (25-20, 67th), winger Zab Kibirge voluntarily stepped forward, who Earned a penalty at the center line and especially for Clinton A yellow card for the offense (80th), synonymous with the power play for the end of the match.

The Oversnets then ensured a touchdown and launched the game several times that allowed their Japanese rear to find a rift between the three opponents to test the equivalent that Lopez converted with a lot of composure, making him dream of a European coronation Permission to continue.

AFP / Coventry (United Kingdom) (AFP) / © 2021 AFP

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