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Mako Vunipola Ospreys 22-15 Saracens: Holders keep alive hopes of retaining the European Champions Cup despite Rhys Carre being sent off in the fifth minute
- Carre was sent off after just five minutes for a shoulder-led tackle on Dan Evans
- Evans scored two tries as the hosts went ahead in the second-half on Saturday
- But Saracens reclaimed the lead with Alex Lewington’s try in the 51st minute
By Press Association
Saracens dug deep to overcome prop Rhys Carre’s early red card and keep alive their Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final hopes by beating Ospreys 22-15.
Wales international Carre was sent off in the fifth minute for a high, shoulder-led challenge on Ospreys full-back Dan Evans at the Liberty Stadium.
It appeared a harsh call by French referee Alexandre Ruiz, who also sin-binned flanker Calum Clark before half-time, briefly reducing Saracens to 13 men.
Saracens prop Rhys Carre was sent off for a high, shoulder-led challenge on Dan Evans
But despite rugby director Mark McCall resting a host of international stars, resilient Saracens delivered a victory that means they are likely to reach the tournament’s last-eight for a ninth successive season if they beat Racing 92 next weekend.
Fly-half Manu Vunipola, the 19-year-old cousin of Billy and Mako Vunipola, kicked 17 points and wing Alex Lewington c
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