With the try against Exeter, Juan Imhoff got into the great history of the Champions Cup


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With the try against Exeter, Juan Imhoff got into the great history of the Champions Cup

Juan Imhoff, Argentine wing of Racing 92 supported his twenty-ninth conquest in Champions Cup in the final before Exeter. In this way, he was fifth in the list of historical trymen of the competition.

In addition, on the other hand, the 32-year-old from Rosario who was summoned by Mario Ledesma to participate in the Rugby Championship with Los Pumas, became the first Argentine to score a try in a decisive match in European competition.

It should be noted that the electrifying player, of important tries with both the Parisian team and the selected team, will travel this Monday to Aussie lands along with the other 12 “Europeans” who will represent Argentina in the contest of the powers of the Southern Hemisphere, that will not have the participation of South Africa.

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The Argentine wing supported the second victory of Racing 92 against Exeter and Los Pumas celebrate it, while they wait for him to join the squad for the Rugby Championship. (Source: Tw / btsportsrugby)

English Chris Ashton He is the one who leads the table of the highest scorers in the history of the Champions Cup. The current Harlequins wing, but who went through Northampton, Saracens, Toulon and Sale Sharks, accumulate 40 conquests in the competition.

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The fullback of the French team appeared at the right moment, at pure speed, to receive from Basteraud and support against Munster.

The second highest scorer is Vincent Clerc, a historic French wing who spent his entire professional career at club level, precisely, in his home country: first he did it in Grenoble, then in Toulouse, and ended in Toulon. Throughout his extensive career, Clerk accumulated 36 victories in the competition in which he also established himself three times with Toulouse: 2002-03, 2004-05 and 2009-10.

The one that follows is the historical player of both Leinster and the Irish national team, Brian O’Driscoll, with 33. The powerful center who knew how to fill the rugby fields with magic, also became champion of the Champions Cup in 2009 (along with Argentine Felipe Contepomi), in 2011 and in 2012.

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Against Ulster, the center did magic and the play ended with a great try from Healy. (Source: TW / @ Leinster)

Then another Irishman appears, in the fourth position of the highest scorers in the history of the Champions Cup: Simon Zebo, who between his experiences for the Munster of his country and Racing 92 of France, at 30 years of age accumulates 31 tries.

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The fullback of the Parisian team marked the first conquest of the Parisian team after several phases, against Exeter. (Source: Tw / btsportsrugby)


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