Alldritt and Danty as beefy, Rhule and Leyds as blasters

After the victory of the Rochelais against the Dublinois in the final of the Champions Cup, discover the scores assigned by our rugby specialists.

Special correspondent in Marseille (with David Reyrat)

Untenable, the La Rochelle winger Raymond Rhule (7.5) permanently created danger in the Irish defence. Taking sharp intervals, electric support, the South African scored, from the start of the match, a sumptuous try where he literally erased the Leinster defense. On the other wing Dillyn Leyds (7) also held his rank, playing with accuracy on the balloons he had to reimburse. And making huge differences. Voted man of the match. Superb pass after contact on Rhule’s try. In back, Brice Dulin (5), who returned to the field, was rather discreet. He was not decisive and commits a forward on a huge highlight of his team (75e). In the center of the field, Jonathan Danty (7) multiplied the percussions and the charges in the Dublin defense. Strong.

Expected at the turn after having missed several major meetings of his team, the opener West Ihaia (7) played fair and well energized the game of…

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