Date 3 of Top 14 French with Argentine participation. In one of its outstanding duels, the Bayonne de Mariano galarza surprised the Stade Français de Nicolás Sánchez, Marcos Kremer and Pablo Matera, and beat it 26-19.
In the other match he played this Friday, Axel Muller supported a try for Brive in what was a victory against Pau, in which there were many indiscipline and three expulsions.
This Saturday, meanwhile, Clermont became strong in local condition and surpassed Agen. On the other hand, it should be noted that this Sunday, Toulouse will host Toulon in what promises to be a great game, which can be enjoyed live, starting at 4 pm (Argentina time) on ESPN Play.
Also, on Monday Lyon will host Bordeaux, while La Rochelle-Racing 92 and Montpellier-Castres were suspended due to the pandemic.
CLERMONT 31-12 AGEN (Saturday)
He defined it in the first 30 minutes where he left in a whirlwind and took his rival ahead. The tranquility of the submarine was dressed as a yellow hurricane and, with tries from Tavite Veredamu, Fritz Lee and Jean Pascal Barraque, added to the 3 conversions and 1 penalty from Camille Lopez, he took a 24-point lead. The Agen could barely hide how bad it was with the conquest of Jeremy Jordaan in the epilogue of the first half. The complement had a conquest on its side. The visitor scored first with Jamie Jerry Taulagi but Clermont closed the game with a penalty try.
STADE FRANCAIS 19-26 BAYONNE (Friday)
It was a game fought from start to finish. On the local side, a team that is led by Gonzalo Quesado, Nicolás Sánchez and Marcos Kremer were present from the start (Pablo Matera joined the complement), while on the visit side, Mariano Galarza was the starter in the second line. Bayonne, by the way, was the first to violate the opponent’s ingoal through a try by Joseva Ravouvou, who capped a spectacular play by center Yan Lestrade. Already in the complement, the illusion generated by the early conquest of Telusa Veainu for the Parisian cast was not going to last long, since 3 minutes later, a bucket of cold water would arrive: Germain, one of the figures of the meeting, took advantage of Fickou’s error, he intercepted the ball and went straight under the posts. Matera, who entered at 46 ‘, was booked at 49’ for having illegally entered a ruck, to avoid the opposing team’s try.
BRIVE 19-13 PAU (Friday)
A meeting with very few emotions but with many indiscipline, given that the referee of the match sent off three players (Mitchell Robert and Setareki Bituniyata for Brive’s side, and Clovis Le Bail for Pau’s). At the beginning of the match, at 6 ‘into the first half, Argentine wing Axel Muller supported Brive, which turned out to be a key contribution, considering the final result. On the visit side, Lucas Rey was going to manage to violate the rival ingoal, but it would not be enough for his team: the big difference was in the effectiveness of Thomas Laranjeira when kicking the posts.