Champions Cup: with Rodrigo Martínez, Wasps defeated Toulouse, current champion of the competition

The third date of the Champions Cup had its initial kick off on Friday, where Harlequins shone for his jewel marcus smith and stayed with the victory 36-33 against Cardiff. Notably Santiago Garcia Botta entered in the plugin. Another meeting that had its spectators in suspense was the Castres of Santiago Arata Munster, which finally resulted in a 16-13 visit win. For his part, the Wasps by Rodrigo Martinez defeated 30-22 to the Toulouse by Juan Cruz Mallía.

On Saturday, John Imhoff will say present in Racing 92 – Ospreys and Facundo Bosch will be among the alternates La Rochelle, which receives bathroom; same situation for Sebastian Cancelliere Y Henry Pieretto in Glasgow-Exeter Chiefs. Nicholas Sanchez will be the opening and Mark Kremer will be among the alternates Stade Francais, who visits Bristol Bears. The day will close with Connacht-Leicester Tigers.

On Sunday Leinster Montpelier, Northampton – Ulster, Bordeaux (with Santiago Cordero) – Scarlets (with Tomás Lezana), and Clermont – Sale Sharks end date.

WASPS 30-22 TOULOUSE (Saturday)

Rodrigo Martinez and Juan Cruz Mallia They were starters for their respective teams. As soon as the game started François Cros supported the first conquest for Toulouse. The first minutes were dominated by the French. However, the wasps woke up and did not stop at any time. In spite of the red what did he get Jacob Omaga for a high tackle, Biyi Alo and Brad Shields they were able to cover that incident with a conquer each to put the English up. In the second half, Mallía’s team committed many penalties that Jimmy Gopperth He took advantage of them to take advantage of the result. Peato Mauvaka and Emmanuel Meafou discounted for the visiting team, while Alfie Beardand sentenced the victory of Wasps in the Coventry Building Society Arena.

CASTRES 13-16 MUNSTER (Friday)
Disputed to the end, the account opened it Crowley for Munster with a penalty at 10′. Who scored the first try was Castres, which then did not add any number of points again until after 50 minutes. The English, slowly but surely, bet on penalties and a late try to win the match.

CARDIFF 33-36 HARLEQUINS (Friday)
As the result shows, the meeting had an even development and could have gone for either party. An average of four tries scored per side had the scoreboard reeling for both sides. It was the foot of marcus smith, figure of the match, which gave him the agonizing victory in the 81st minute.