Two rounds into this season’s Heineken Champions Cup, we are at the midpoint of an enthralling pool stage. With just under a fortnight until the competition returns, we’re taking a look at the leading scorers so far.

Points – Antoine Hastoy (42)

Stade Rochelais fly-half Antoine Hastoy is by far and away the leading points-scorer, notching 42 across last season’s champions’ two victories.

The former Section Paloise man, who joined La Rochelle ahead of this season, tallied 16 against Northampton Saints in Round 1 before racking up 26 at Ulster Rugby.

In total, Hastoy has kicked seven penalties and eight conversions over the two games – his first in the Heineken Champions Cup – and went over for his maiden try in the competition against Ulster.

Cell C Sharks’ Curwin Bosch, another fly-half to make his Heineken Champions Cup debut this season, is Hastoy’s nearest challenger on 28 points, while Leicester Tigers youngster Charlie Atkinson sits on 26.

Tries – Josh van der Flier, Andre Esterhuizen, Luke Cowan-Dickie (3)

Three players have crossed for three tries so far in this season’s Heineken Champions Cup, in Leinster Rugby flanker Josh van der Flier, Harlequins centre Andre Esterhuizen and Exeter Chiefs hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie.

Van der Flier and Esterhuizen both went over for braces in the opening round – at Cell C Sharks and Racing 92 respectively – before adding to their tallies against Gloucester Rugby and Racing in Round 2.

Cowan-Dickie’s scores all came in a ruthless display against Vodacom Bulls in Round 2 – the England international missed the opening round but got over for a hat-trick in a 45-minute cameo at Sandy Park.

Goalkicking % – Paddy Jackson, Charlie Atkinson (100%)

Only two players have managed a 100%-success rate from a minimum of five kicks – London Irish fly-half Paddy Jackson and Leicester counterpart Atkinson.

Despite his side falling to successive defeats, Jackson has dissected the posts with six efforts – he nudged an early penalty and added the extras to three tries against Montpellier Hérault Rugby on the opening night, before slotting a further two conversions at DHL Stormers in Round 2.

By contrast, Aktinson’s Leicester have recorded back-to-back victories, and the 21-year-old’s efficiency from the tee has been vital – he hit the target with three penalties and two conversions in both games.

Both those 13-point hauls proved decisive for the Gallagher Premiership side as they won 23-17 at Ospreys and 23-16 at home to ASM Clermont Auvergne.

Edinburgh Rugby’s Emiliano Boffelli is the only other player to manage over 90% efficiency, dispatching 10 of his 11 kicks.