according to Christian Wade claimed a first-half double to become Premiership leaders Wasps’ joint-leading try-scorer of all time in a 40-33 bonus-point win over 14-man Worcester Warriors and Saracens dished out a 53-10 hammering to Bath.
Can he go one better in the second half?
Those two @ChristianWade3 tries bring him level with @KennyLogan’s all time Wasps record!
Schalk Brits, Brad Barritt and Billy Vunipola added further tries, while Chris Ashton claimed a brace as ruthless Sarries laid down a marker.
Third-placed Sarries turned on the style with their Six Nations stars back in the side, scoring eight tries to blow Bath away at Allianz Park.
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Boss Gary Gold proud of Worcester Warriors’ efforts at Wasps (From Redditch Advertiser)
DIRECTOR of rugby Gary Gold was “incredibly proud” of 14-man Worcester Warriors after they fought back to salvage two bonus points at high-flying Wasps.
“Bryce thought the other guy (the blocker) was going for the ball but Willie was the one who got into the air.
Warriors’ chief admitted their game-plan “went out of the window” when Bryce Heem was red-carded early in the second half with the scores locked at 19-19.
“If you have a look at the incident Wasps actually ran a blocker between Willie and Bryce.
Heem caught Wasps wing Willie Le Roux in the air and was dismissed by referee Luke Pearce.
As it stated in 7 Rapava Ruskin – Left the field through injury early in the second half but was strong in the scrum in the opening period.
6 Heem – Red-carded early in the second half for a clumsy but not malicious challenge in the air on Willie Le Roux.
7 Taufete’e – Wasps struggled to cope with Warriors’ physicality, particularly in the first half as the hooker drove the visitors over the gain-line.
Red cards: Worcester: Heem, 46.
Bumped off a tackle for Christian Wade’s second try.
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