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Statistics: Leicester Tigers 22-27 Saracens Men (Nov 2018)

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Leicester Tigers V Saracensgallagher Premiership

A three-try salvo late in the first half, all coming within six minutes, saw Saracens undo Leicester Tigers at Welford Road in a thrilling Gallagher Premiership encounter in late November 2018.

Ben Spencer scampered over from distance and converted his own score before adding the extras to superb tries from Alex Lewington and Alex Lozowski.

A Brendan O’Connor double and Matt Smith’s effort clawed the Tigers back into the contest which saw Ben Earl and Schalk Burger sin binned but Spencer sealed victory with a late penalty.

Here’s how Sarries' key statistics looked on the day:

Saracens: Goode, Lozowski, Tompkins, Barritt, Lewington, Malins, Spencer; Barrington (Thompson-Stringer 63), Tolofua (Woolstencroft 49), Judge (Sasagi 56), Day (Clark 49), Skelton (Kpoku 68), Rhodes, Burger (Gallagher 78), Wray (Earl 41). Not Used: Whiteley.

Tries: Spencer, Lewington, Lozowski
Cons: Spencer (3)
Pen: Spencer (2)
Sin bins: Earl, Burger


Possession: 41%
Territory: 42%
Clean Breaks: 7
Defenders Beaten: 26
Turnovers: 6
Tackles/Success Rate: 192 / 91%


Top Carrier: Burger made 14 carries for Saracens at Welford Road

Metres Gained
Ben Spencer (80)
Alex Lozowski (78)
Alex Goode (71)

Schalk Burger (14)
Will Skelton, Alex Goode, Nick Tompkins (all 11)
Mike Rhodes (10)

Clean Breaks
Alex Lozowski (2)
Alex Goode, Alex Lewington, Max Malins, Ben Spencer, Tom Woolstencroft (all 1)

Defenders Beaten
Alex Lozowski, Max Malins (both 5)
Nick Tompkins (4)
Will Skelton (3)

Turnover: Calum Clark's turnover with the clock in the end sealed Sarries the win over Tigers

Mike Rhodes (20)
Brad Barritt, Max Malins (both 18)
Richard Barrington (15)

Calum Clark (2)
Mike Rhodes, Jackson Wray, Tom Woolstencroft, Ben Earl (all 1)


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