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Harlequins v Stade Francais Paris

Tuesday 9th December 2008

12:00 am (GMT)

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- 09/12/2008 14:45

- 09/12/2008 14:45

Harlequins produced the result of the group stages to date with a determined display in the 15-10 win at Stade Francais.

Stade had not lost a home game in Europe in Paris since Munster claimed a famous victory in the 2002 quarter-final.

Now Dean Richards’ men must back up their impressive three-match winning run to cement their place at the top in Pool Four.

And they only need to look at the pre-tournament favourites last visit to the Stoop back in January when they emerged 31-10 victors.

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Harlequins v Stade Francais Paris

Tuesday 9th December 2008

12:00 am (GMT)

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- 09/12/2008 14:45

Nick Evans – that other All Blacks outside half already lighting up the Heineken Cup – snatched a dramatic injury time victory for Harlequins at the Twickenham Stoop that sent them soaring six points clear at the Pool of Pool 4.

The back to back victories over a star studded Stade Francais Paris made it four from four wins, and they are in prime position to win the group with matches against Ulster Rugby and the Scarlets to come in the New Year.

But they left their supporters on the edges of their seats before the impeccable Evans stanched the victory.

“With the way the boys were playing the game was never running away from us,” said Quins Director of Rugby Dean Richards, after watching Evans hit the target four minutes into injury time and at the end of a sensational 29-phase movement in appalling conditions.

“The forwards played a big part in those 29 phases but Nick’s decision making, when to run and when to kick, was critical.

“It was an enthralling game and we are starting to get the maturity we are after.

“It is great to have won four from four but we have two difficult games to come and we will just see what happens.

“If we get a home draw in the quarter-finals that would be fantastic but if we don’t, it will just be ‘that’s life’”

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