The start of the Premiership event saw Saracens off to a good competition. Their start has been fantastic. Lead of 30-7 was awarded a try of penalty by the kick of Charlie Hodgson. The deficit was reduced by Tom Brady after the break. Bonus point by Sarries was secured by Richard Barrington.
Later Sale was given the chance to try out penalty as they had scored five point. In the premiership it was the Sarries who were unbeaten. Bath was defeated in the championships. The ideal start was provided by Goods by Saracens. Jonathan Mills was side stepped. Hodgson got boost with 10-0. Vadim Cobilas gave the much needed break but sadly it got finished by a score from the Brady. Goode was shown a yellow card as he was coming in the side. Line out drive by Sales was impressive. The victory achieved by them was due to Goods.
Mark McCall, the director of rugby Saracens pointed out that it was the season’s first home game and the intensity shown by them was pretty good. The fundamentals were too good to put them in pressure. Overall the performance was too good. On the other hand the director of the rugby team of Sales stated that It was n the first half itself which was quite brutal. The Saracens showed what being in race meant. The opportunities were not grabbed properly by the Sale Sharks. The Sale Sharks however believed that it was no pressure at all. 40 points were conceded by the Sharks which is disappointing.
It was a hand on match and one sided show by the Saracens. Sale Sharks have to learn a lot to put together the pieces in the next event. Eye to eye match will be what the Sale Sharks will be rooting for.