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Ospreys wing Hanno Dirksen tries to fend off Remi Lamerat of Clermont European Champions Cup Clermont Auvergne 13 24 Tries: Abendanon, McAlister Con: Parra Pens: Parra 3, Laidlaw Ospreys 0 7 Try: Beck Con: Biggar Ospreys' battling show at Clermont Auvergne was not enough to earn a European Champions Cup knock-out spot as the French side topped Pool 2.
Tough knowing when to put a loyal old dog down but I think it's time. Tandy maybe a decent man but the Ospreys need a fresh coaching team asap.
Make the change now whilst Howley is otherwise engaged so to speak. Osprey's blew their chances last week, it is all well and good kicking for a draw when you know you could win your last game but they had no chance in France.
They had to go for the corner and hope to get a try, also when the clock went red and the Osprey's had the ball on the half way line Webb kicks it out of play Bath Osprey.
Perhaps we can hire Pivac and Stephen Jones for a month in the close season to teach us some handling skills under pressure. The Truth. Far too many basic handling errors.
Can't think of a worse run for the Ospreys! They've had the ball to do some damage too but watching their attack reminds me of Wales currently - one dimensional.
Sad to see from a team with so much talent the time for change is here. I am a Scarlet taking no pleasure from they Osprey's lack of form.
Dave Sussex. The O's are 23 individuals who wear the same jersey. They are not coached as a team and don't play like a team.
Tandy and Rees bring professional rugby coaching into disrepute. As for Webb his move to Toulon is great news because his game has become a predictable joke.
Well done the Ospreys, got to say you are always a consistent failure in Europe same again next year. Commiserations Ospreys. Get well soon Dan!! Don't forget to cheer on the Scarlets when the quarter finals start Rhichard Rhichard.
Patchel no. The French side opened the scoring when Camille Lopez dummied and broke through the midfield before passing to Wesley Fofana in support who crashed over for an early lead.
Biggar brought Ospreys to within a point with two kicks at goal, one of which came from a bizarre incident involving Kolelishvili.
The flanker took exception to Wayne Barnes obscuring his view in defence and pushed the referee. Kolelishvili was warned and penalised, but it was not the last time Barnes had to speak to the Clermont No 7.
Ospreys were unable to use the extra man advantage as Parra added a second penalty to make it , which is how the scores remained until the break.
Ospreys were ineffective in the early stages of the second half, but a 58th-minute penalty from Davies ignited a famous comeback from the home side.
Ulugia was shown a yellow for the indiscretion, and Ospreys showed patience as they applied pressure on Clermont with another three points as the game went into the final ten minutes.
Clermont attempted to mount a fightback of their own when they were back to 15 men but Ospreys repelled each attack, sending the visitors backwards with seemingly every possession.
Ospreys eventually won a penalty at the breakdown and Davies stepped up to seal the win with another shot at goal. Ospreys scored two tries in the final two minutes to claim two bonus points from their loss at Clermont Auvergne.
Clermont retained their proud European home record at the Stade Marcel-Michelin with David Strettle scoring two brilliant tries and centres Aurelien Rougerie and Wesley Fofana also getting over the line.
But the visitors registered four second-half tries through Justin Tipuric, Eli Walker, Sam Parry and Tom Habberfield, with Dan Biggar slotting three conversions and a drop goal to keep them top of Pool 2.
The Ospreys had won just one of their 14 games across the Channel and few gave them any hope of improving that record against a Clermont side unbeaten at home in European competition since a defeat to Sale in A lovely lineout move involving Brendon Leonard and Scott Baldwin would have sent prop Dmitri Arhip over the line had Clermont flanker Alexandre Lapandry not tackled him before the scoring pass arrived.
Lapandry was sent to the sin bin but referee George Clancy opted not to award a penalty try, although it seemed certain Arhip would have scored without the illegal tackle.
Biggar did at least put them ahead with a well-taken drop goal in the 17th minute, only for the Wales international to blot his copybook by misjudging an aerial challenge on Fritz Lee that allowed Lopez to level the scores with a penalty.
Clermont were beginning to assert their authority and two big charges from lock Sebastien Vahaamahina put them in a promising position. The Ospreys scrambled the ball clear but Nick Abendanon made them pay for the loose clearance as he linked with Strettle, who broke the line and brilliantly beat full-back Dan Evans to score.
The visitors were struggling and they looked out of it when Lopez's clever pass sent Rougerie over, and the former kicked the conversion and a penalty to open up a point lead.ASM Clermont Auvergne Ospreys marcadores en directo (y ver en vivo gratis video streaming en directo) comienza el 20 ene. a las (Hora UTC) European Rugby Champions Cup, Pool 2 - .