Premiership: despite a double from Creevy, London Irish failed against Wasps

On the 11th date of the Premiership, with un try by Julián Montoya and a heartbreaking ending, Leicester defeated Bristol Bears 28-26. Later, Saracens beat Worcester 61-29. Wasps did the same with him London Irish of Agustín Creevy (who invoiced twice), Juan Martín González and Lucio Cinti when defeating them 38-30. Bath he could not before the Gloucester of Matías Alemanno and Santiago Socino and lost 40-20. Finally, Monday will end the date between the Harlequins of Santiago García Botta and Northamtpon.

BRISTOL BEARS 26-28 LEICESTER (Sunday)

With Matías Moroni and Julián Montoya as headlines, Leicester showed that despite mistakes, he always managed to find the path that leads to the inevitable victory. For its part, Bristol board had a positive encounter until the end came. Supported a conquest merit of Fitz Harding, he defended solidly, but lacked holding the defensive line in the 80th minute. Guy Porter was the Santa Claus who gave the Tigers the win with a conquers at 83 minutes. With an agonizing finish, because there was no margin for error in the more than 13 phases that were seen in Bears territory. The authors of the tries of the winning team were: Nemani Nadolo, after receiving assistance from Moroni, and Montoya.

SARACENS 61-29 WORCESTER (Sunday)

With his starting figures, Saracens thrashed Worcester and surpassed him in all facets of the game. From the beginning of the game that the premises prevailed in an overwhelming way; With their strong forwards and skillful backs, they left nothing to chance. The great figure of the game was its driver, Alex Goode, who knew how to handle the threads of the game, leaving the defense of the visit completely painted. However, the North of England team was going to relax with the huge difference they had made and Worcester was going to take advantage of it. With the victory at home, Saracens remains in second place in the Premiership while the visit is among the bottom positions of the table.

BATH 20-40 GLOUCESTER (Sunday)

With Matías Alemanno as headline and Santiago Socino entering from the bank, Gloucester defeated Bath. The local team He had more ball possession, more attack, less tackles, but even so he did not hold the possibilities that the group of Argentines offered him. However, with few opportunities, but almost all efficient, Gloucester billed five tries to win the duel at Recreation Ground Stadium: Chris Harris (two), Jack Singleton, Fraser Balmain and Kyle Moyle. For her part, Bath scored two tries throughout the match: Ben Spencer and Ollie Fox.

WASPS 38-30 LONDON IRISH (Sunday)

Augustine Creevy was headline and scored a double against Waps. Lucio ciniti entered the first half and Juan Martín González disputed the last twelve minutes. The visit obtained greater possession of the ball, but did not know how to distribute the game effectively to snatch the victory from the home team. For its part, Wasps found the victory in the first half with punctual errors by the rival that they attributed in the tries by Ali Crossdale, Dan Frost (two) and Alfie Barbeary. On the other hand, the conquests of Creevy those of Ollie Hassell-Collins, Ben White and Tadgh McElroy. Although London woke up in the second half, he failed to make up for the tenuous level he demonstrated in the first half.