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European Rugby Champions Cup 2017/18ASM Clermont v Osprey - Champions Cup. Remi Lamerat of Clermont and Dmitri Arhip of Ospreys during the Champions Cup match between. Clermont Ospreys /01/20 Stadion: Stade Marcel-Michelin Round: 6. Schiedsrichter: JP Doyle Home Manager: Franck Azema Away Manager. Clermont Auvergne v Ospreys - European Rugby Champions Cup Stockfoto von Ben Evans für redaktionelle Nutzung, Nur zur redaktionellen.
Clermont V Ospreys Top Stories VideoDmitri Arhip/Ospreys-ASM Clermont Auvergne 21- 26/Champions Cup 2017/2018 Clermont have named a frighteningly strong side to take on the Ospreys for what is arguably the biggest game of the round in Heineken Cup / The hosts possess threats all over the field but it is in their backs where names such as Napolioni Nalaga, AurÃ©lien Rougerie and Brock James jump out. Find the perfect Ospreys V Asm Clermont Auvergne Champions Cup stock photos and editorial news pictures from Getty Images. Select from premium Ospreys V Asm Clermont Auvergne Champions Cup of the highest quality. Clermont v Ospreys team news: Welsh region face one of the most daunting tests in European rugby. Steve Tandy’s men head for one of the great fortresses of European rugby in Stade Marcel. clermont v ospreys jan Ospreys scored two tries in the final two minutes to claim two bonus points from their loss at Clermont Auvergne. Clermont retained their proud European home record at the Stade.
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The Ospreys scrambled the ball clear but Nick Abendanon made them pay for the loose clearance as he linked with Strettle, who broke the line and brilliantly beat full-back Dan Evans to score.
The visitors were struggling and they looked out of it when Lopez's clever pass sent Rougerie over, and the former kicked the conversion and a penalty to open up a point lead.
But the Ospreys roared out of the blocks early in the second half and scored two tries in the space of three minutes.
Firstly, Tipuric was rolled over the line from an excellent maul and Clermont had barely digested that score when another followed.
Walker kicked ahead and when Tipuric hacked the ball further on the Ospreys wing caught Noa Nakaitaci snoozing to beat him to the touch down.
Biggar's conversion had the Ospreys within three points, but Strettle ultimately sunk their hopes of a famous win with another great finish.
The former Saracens man scooped up a loose ball and left three defenders for dead to race under the posts before Fofana gathered a pinpoint cross-kick from Brock James for the fourth Clermont try.
The Ospreys bravely rallied. Replacement hooker Parry cantered over and, with the final move off the game, Biggar led a sensational counter that ended with Habberfield racing in from 40 metres for a fourth try of their own.
Other matches Sun 22nd November Clermont 34 29 Ospreys FT Wasps 32 6 Toulon FT. Far too many basic handling errors. Can't think of a worse run for the Ospreys!
They've had the ball to do some damage too but watching their attack reminds me of Wales currently - one dimensional. Sad to see from a team with so much talent the time for change is here.
I am a Scarlet taking no pleasure from they Osprey's lack of form. Dave Sussex. The O's are 23 individuals who wear the same jersey.
They are not coached as a team and don't play like a team. Tandy and Rees bring professional rugby coaching into disrepute. As for Webb his move to Toulon is great news because his game has become a predictable joke.
Well done the Ospreys, got to say you are always a consistent failure in Europe same again next year. Commiserations Ospreys.
Get well soon Dan!! Don't forget to cheer on the Scarlets when the quarter finals start Rhichard Rhichard. Patchel no. Fingers crossed Biggers injury isn't that bad.
Ospreys had their chances, but could convert presence in the 22 into points: too many mistakes. Very frustrating to watch. They had chances but could not string together movements so lost a chance to beat a not impressive Clermont.
Coaching team not up to it but also sone players just need to learn timing, passing and positional sense.
Come on BBC, know your kiwi from your coqueret! Well done ASM to progress out of a though group. Very disappointing game, even the usually sharp Rhys Webb looked lethargic and unfit.
Too slow getting the ball away and some sloppy passing especially in midfield cost them. Society needs to reduce the amount of Gammon.
Ospreys are useless. Must have been 10 handling errors alone from him! Unfortunately, the downward spiral is only set to continue, as their half backs leave.
They lack the physical presence to dominate the top European sides, they lack the flair and talent in the backs to open such sides up, and they do not have the coaching set up to punch above their collective ability, like the Scarlets.
Wish it were not so, but Slim Pickins will be talk of Ospralia next season. With Biggar looking v unlikely to take part in at least the first two 6N games and Webb putting himself out of selection next season, this would be a good time to try something new for Wales..
Well done the Scarlets - some fantastic rugby. Ospreys were unable to use the extra man advantage as Parra added a second penalty to make it , which is how the scores remained until the break.
Ospreys were ineffective in the early stages of the second half, but a 58th-minute penalty from Davies ignited a famous comeback from the home side.
Ulugia was shown a yellow for the indiscretion, and Ospreys showed patience as they applied pressure on Clermont with another three points as the game went into the final ten minutes.
Clermont attempted to mount a fightback of their own when they were back to 15 men but Ospreys repelled each attack, sending the visitors backwards with seemingly every possession.
Ospreys eventually won a penalty at the breakdown and Davies stepped up to seal the win with another shot at goal. The kick sailed over, handing Ospreys top spot in the pool, and robbing Clermont of a crucial bonus point.
Other matches Fri 15th January Ospreys 21 13 Clermont FT. Form Teams Preview Report Betting. Highlights of Ospreys' match against Clermont Auvergne in the European Rugby Champions Cup.