He scored for Racing 92 in the deciding match, but his team fell to Exeter Chiefs 31-27. The Rosario played the final after recovering from the coronavirus. Now he will rejoin Los Pumas.
Rosario’s Juan imhoff scored a try in the final of the Rugby European Cup but his team, Racing 92, lost 31-27 to Exeter Chiefs and was left with the desire to lift the maximum continental trophy because they already had lost in the decisive meetings of 2016 and 2018, against Saracens and Leinster, respectively.
Imhoff, who played this final after having recovered from the coronavirus, is one of the most unbalanced players that Racing 92 has and he became the first Argentine to score a try in the final of this international tournament.
The Rosario had been key to getting the decisive ticket to the definition: thanks to an agonizing try of his, Racing 92 managed to beat Saracens of England by 19-15 in the semifinals and reach the final.
After this competition Imhoff will join the Los Pumas team that is preparing to play the Tri-Nations between October 31 and December 5, taking into account that
Exeter Chiefs became champion of the Champions Cup. Photo: Exeter Chiefs