Juan Imhoff became the fifth historic tryman of the Champions Cup

Juan Imhoff became the fifth highest try scorer in the history of the Champions Cup. With the two conquests in victory over Northampton, the Rosario reached a total of 31 and he was only nine behind the leader in the field, Englishman Chris Ashton.

The Argentine wing scored two conquests against Northampton and reached 31 tries to his credit, placing him in fifth place behind his former teammate Simon Zebo, who has 32. Ahead, in the third location, is another Irishman: Brian O’Driscoll, with 33.

For his part, in second place is the Frenchman, Vincent Clerc (36), while at the top appears the aforementioned Ashton, with 40 tries. With 52 games played and 155 points scored, Imhoff continues to set records in the Champions Cup and enjoys his good present together with Racing 92.