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Bordeaux-Begles, joint top with Edinburgh Rugby in Pool 3 of the European Rugby Challenge Cup, will aim to pile the pressure on the Scottish side on Saturday by completing a quick double over TOP 14 rivals Agen at Stade Chaban-Delmas.
Bordeaux-Begles marched to a 73-3 victory at Agen in Round 3, the home club’s heaviest ever defeat in European competition, and are unbeaten in their last three games against TOP 14 opposition in Europe.
- Agen are one of just three Challenge Cup teams with a 100 per cent goal-kicking success rate this season, landing all five.
- Bordeaux-Begles are one of only four Challenge Cup sides yet to be shown a card of any colour this term.
- Geoffrey Cros, of Bordeaux-Begles, made 169 metres at Agen last weekend, more than any other player in Round 3 of the Challenge Cup.
Entraînement à Moga #CevaCampus avant la réception d’@agen_rugby ce samedi 14 décembre à Chaban (14h) pour la J4️⃣ de la Coupe d’Europe #iloveubb #challengecup #UBBvSUA #bordeaux pic.twitter.com/MtyNfA2LV2
— UBB Rugby (@UBBrugby) December 10, 2019
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Bordeaux Begles remain unbeaten in European Challenge Cup Pool 3 after securing a bonus-point victory over winless Agen on Saturday afternoon.
🎙 Frédéric Charrier : "On visait une victoire bonifiée, c'est chose faite et c'est ce qu'on retiendra, car nous n'avons pas réussi à mettre en place ce qu'on voulait. La réception d'Edimbourg pourra être un véritable huitième de finale".#ILOVEUBB #UBBvSUA pic.twitter.com/ybNGdwp4co
— UBB Rugby (@UBBrugby) December 14, 2019
After an early Agen penalty, Seta Tamanivalu got Bordeaux off and running by collecting a ball that had ricocheted off the post to touch down.
Santiago Cordero added a second try but a further Agen penalty via Leo Berdeu’s boot kept things interesting at half time with the hosts only 14-6 ahead.
That was as close as Agen got though, as Clement Meynadier capitalised on a quick-thinking tap penalty to go over in the first minute of the second half.
Beka Gorgadze thrust over after a pick-and-go for a fourth, bonus-point-sealing try on 63 minutes and Baptiste Germain rounded things off with a fifth.
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