Nakarawa’s Toulon fall to Racing 92 – FBC News

Leone Nakarawa’s Toulon side second-half comeback was a little too late as they lost to Racing 92 in their Top14 clash earlier today.

A 77th minute try to Duncan Paia’aua wasn’t enough as Racing 92 held on to win the match 27-20.

Both sides scored two tries but four successful penalties by scrumhalf Nolann Le Garrec and one to France national rep Maxime Machenaud made the difference for Racing 92.

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The victors now sit on third place with 20 points, three behind second placed Bordeaux Begles and six behind leaders Toulouse.

Yoan Tanga Mangege opened the account with a converted try in the 20th minute with Garrec slamming through two successful penalties to have Racing 92 take the shed with a 13-6 lead.

They hit first again in the second spell with a try to Ilbrahim Diallo but determination from Toulon paid off with tries to Brian Alainu’uese and Paia’aua.

At 27-20 and two minutes remaining, Racing 92 clinched on with tight defense to take the win.


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