the distress of Joris Segonds, in tears after his failed transformation which cost the extension

the distress of Joris Segonds, in tears after his failed transformation which cost the extension
the distress of Joris Segonds, in tears after his failed transformation which cost the extension

While he had extra time on his mind, Stade Français opener Joris Segonds missed his transformation after the siren against UBB this Saturday, precipitating the defeat of his team (20-22). A cruel scenario for his last match with the Parisians.

A cruel last for Joris Segonds. For his last match with Stade Français, the opener had the opportunity to snatch an extension against Union Bordeaux-Bègles in the Top 14 semi-final this Saturday. Trailing with a converted try at the siren, the Parisians reignited the suspense thanks to a try from Peyresblanques in the 85th minute.

With two points behind on the scoreboard, the data was simple for Segonds: a successful kick and the two teams went to overtime, or a failure to end the Parisians’ season. In the corner on the right side, the future Bayonne player saw his attempt hit the outside post, recording the backhand of Stade Français for two points (20-22).

>> Relive Stade Français-UBB (20-22)

Parisian bad luck

After this failure, the 27-year-old burst into tears, while the Bordelais celebrated their qualification for the Top 14 final. Inconsolable, the opening half was comforted by his teammates, he who hit the uprights three times this Saturday evening at Matmut Atlantique (one drop, two conversions).

The misfortune of some is the happiness of others, since the UBB qualifies for its first final since the merger. Thirty-three years after the coronation of the CABBG, carried by Vincent Moscato, Serge Simon and Philippe Gimbert, the Gironde capital will send a team to the championship final against the ogre of Stade Toulousain, in search of a 23rd Brennus Shield and a new double after having already won the Champions Cup a few weeks ago. After three failures in the semi-finals over the last three seasons, the Bordelais have finally broken this first glass ceiling, taking full advantage of scheduling this last four at home. A 100% south-west shock promises to be tasty this Friday at the Vélodrome stadium (9:05 p.m.).

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