Montpellier second-half comeback not enough – FBC News

2016 Rio Olympic gold medalist Masivesi Dakuwaqa’s second-half try for Montpellier was not enough, after the side lost to Bordeaux 27-23 in the Top 14 competition today.

Down 9-27, Montpellier made a comeback in the second spell, scoring two tries from Dakuwaqa and Anthony Bouthier putting them back into the game.

The win puts Bordeaux in second place with 19 points.

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Meanwhile, League leaders Toulouse remained unbeaten after six games as they put in a sparkling second-half performance to crush Pau 38-10 earlier today.

In other games, Lyon thumped Biarritz 40-5, La Rochelle beat Castres 29-10, and Racing 92 snuck past Perpignan 17-14.

Brive travels to Toulon today, while bottom-placed Stade Francais take on Clermont.


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