Top 14: despite Mallía's try, Toulouse fell to Clermont 16-13

Despite the fact that 2022 has only just started, rugby in Europe It has no rest and on the first weekend of the year the date 14 of the France Top 14. In the initial meeting, Stade Francais surpassed Perpignan for 27-17 in a game where he never lost his cool. Saturday’s action continued with the meeting between Clermont Y Toulouse where Juan Cruz Mallía managed to score his try despite the defeat of his team by 16-13.

On the other hand, on Sunday the vast majority of matches will be played where they will meet: Pau – Brive, Bourdeaux – Biarritz, Castres – La Rochelle, Montpellier – Toulon and Lyon – Racing 92.


In a match that started extremely close, Stade Francais was able to find the key to beat Perpignan 27-17 where Marcos Kremer started in the local team. For much of the first half, the Paris side did not find the way to penetrate the rival defense, but an inattention from the USAP players allowed Waisea Nayacalevu to reach the ingoal and score his first try. Perpignan woke up and was able to close the gap in the result, but again the Stade Francais center dived in to score his double. Despite the fact that USAP managed to score points, the Paris team answered very quickly and moved away on the scoreboard, even with less than 10 minutes remaining, Sacha Lotrain managed to score his conquest and put the difference to seven units, but a great kick from Joris Segonds, being the figure of the court with four penalties, a conversion and a drop, made the difference grow to 10 and close the game.

CLERMONT 16-13 TOULOSE (Saturday)

Clermont was able to turn the game in the last ten minutes against Toulouse, where Juan Cruz Mallía supported a try, and he beat it by 16-13 giving the surprise of the date by defeating the last champion. The entire meeting was extremely close and was defined by small details. One of those was the income of Camille Lopez in the local team, which made a difference of six on the scoreboard as a result of a drop (68 ‘) and a penalty (74’). Clermont He defended the best he could with the ball and without it, managing to stay with the victory in the first game of 2022.