Very comfortable at home, Castress signed into his 17th consecutive match without defeat this Saturday with a win over Lyon. Castros have been doing double duty since taking the stage.
Always in trouble at home, Castress won on its lawn (19-17) against Lyon and climbed on stage during the 18th day of the Top 14 this Saturday. This is the seventeenth consecutive match without defeat (16 wins and 1 draw) not to lose CO against Prive (24-25) since December 2020.
This fifth win in six games, to join the victims of the day in the championship, is two points behind Montpellier, and secondly, two games less.
After four wins in a row, this is a setback for the unbeaten LOU in 2022. As of the final, Leonois is seventh with eight more points than the State Franchise. Despite 77% occupation in the opposing camp, Castress stumbled into Lyon’s defense for a long time in the first half. LOU pillar Jérôme Rey (15) came on to score again after an attempt by CO Felix Lambe’s yellow card, allowing Thomas Campezo to bring the Turnoys back to their hosts at half time (7-7).
More than 50 meters from Benjamin Urtapileta on a penalty kick by its opening player (16-7, 16-7, 59e). However, nothing was done after the conversion of All Black Lima Sopoka (16-17, 69th) as Leon bin Clement Laporte allowed his people to move forward.
The LOU, punished for his immorality, finally gave Urtapilata one last chance to give its people a precious victory. A chance not to be missed by Argentina, who are fourteen of his team’s nineteen points.
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