Owen Farrell kicks remarkable 50:22 kick, from Saracens own 22-meter line - Ruck

Owen Farrell kicks remarkable 50:22 kick, from Saracens own 22-meter line

Saracens, the reigning champions, made a decisive move towards securing a spot in the Premiership play-offs with a remarkable comeback victory against the formidable Bristol Bears, triumphing 41-20 at Ashton Gate.

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Initially, Bristol surged ahead with Joe Batley’s try, establishing a commanding 10-point lead. However, Saracens swiftly turned the tide, with Maro Itoje’s brace of tries propelling them to a 23-13 advantage by halftime.

Despite facing setbacks in the second half, including yellow cards for Itoje and Ben Earl in quick succession, Saracens displayed resilience. Bristol managed to capitalize on the temporary numerical advantage, narrowing the gap through Harry Thacker’s efforts.

But Saracens held out before Rotimi Segun extended their lead and Juan Martin Gonzalez sealed a crucial try bonus point.

A standout moment of the game was an outrageous 50:22 kick from Owen Farrell.

Owen Farrell’s rugby sh** list includes player he thinks is a ‘posh t***’

Owen Farrell, the English fly-half, has gained a reputation for boldly voicing his viewpoints, particularly when directed at individuals he harbours adverse feelings for.

#1. Dave Attwood

Former England lock Attwood has opened up on the latest RugbyPass Offload about his ongoing rivalry with Owen Farrell.

He revealed: “On the pitch, I struggle a lot with Owen Farrell. We just don’t see eye to eye on a lot of things,

“He hates me with a passion. Despite my earthy roots, he thinks I am a posh c***. He hates that. I bagged rugby league once jovially. I was saying it to take the piss kind of thing, ‘a bloody sport for the peasants’. He f**kin’ hated it.”

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Dave Attwood facts:

He made 157 appearances in Blue, Black and White over an eight-year period during his first spell at Bath before returning in 2022

His debut came against Newcastle Falcons at the beginning of the 2011/12 season after arriving from Gloucester, scoring four tries in his first campaign

The lock quickly established himself as a key player in the Bath pack and excelled at international level too, with 22 of his 24 England caps coming whilst at the Re

The former England international has also played for Bristol (twice), Gloucester and Toulon during his established career