Top 14: with Cubelli’s try, Biarritz thrashed Brive

Top 14: with Cubelli's try, Biarritz thrashed Brive

The eighth date of the Top 14 of France and Biarritz, with try of Tomás Cubelli, stayed with the meeting before Brive by 37 to 9. Stade Francais, with the income from the bank of Mark Kremer, surprised and defeated 23 to 18 a Lyon and Bordeaux, with Guido Petti and Santiago Cordero as starters, he beat 39 to 13 a Perpignan, that had Martín Landajo and the debuts of Joaquín Oviedo and Bautista Delguy. The day will continue with the meetings between Clermont and Pau, Racing 92 and Montpellier, Toulouse and Castres and tomorrow will end with La Rochelle before Toulon.

BIARRITZ 37 – 9 BRIVE (Saturday)
As a local, Biarritz knew how to take the reins of the meeting and celebrated with its people. Although Brive began by opening the scoring with a penalty in the thirteenth minute, the local responded quickly with the feet of Brett Herron. The first half didn’t have much more than a couple of converted penalties per side, but Biarritz’s try at the end of the first half gave them a clean and jerk for what was to be the next stage. The second conquest of the premises was carried out by Tomas Cubelli. The scrum half came in from the bench and supported ten minutes into the snap. Then, three more conquests by Biarritz sentenced the match and surprised Brive, who has accumulated two consecutive defeats.

STADE FRANCAIS 23 – 18 LYON (Saturday)
Despite the fact that Lyon took the initiative of the match and with two converted penalties, he quickly took the lead. Stade Francais, which had Marcos Kremer entering from the bench, reacted, first with a penalty converted by Jori Segonds and then with two tries in a row by Hamdaoui and Coville that turned the game around. In addition, Lyon managed to reach the rival ingoal twice, but with the good defense of the premises, they were able to keep the score and stay with the game.

BORDEAUX 39 – 13 PERPIGNAN (Saturday)
In the Argentine duel, with Guido Petti and Santiago Cordero in the XV of the house owner and Joaquín Oviedo, Martín Landajo and Bautista Delguy in that of the visit, the local was superior and celebrated. Bordeaux’s first half was very strong, the good attack with two tries and the solid defense managed to bring Perpignan’s score to zero at halftime. In addition, the local did not leave room for anything and quickly scored two tries to begin to seal the victory. A couple of penalties and a try for the visiting team were not enough to turn the game around.

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