Saracens skipper Hugh Vyvyan is fast becoming one of the centres of attention in this seasons Heineken Cup after dropping a miraculous 40 metre goal in his side’s first round victory over Biarritz Olympique, he did it again in Treviso by scoring two of his side’s three tries.

With eight points out of a a possible ten from their first two Pool matches on their return to the Heineken Cup, Saracens are now on course to potentially reach the knock-out phase for the first time.

Back to back games against Ulster, the first of which is at Vicarage Road, follow in December and if they can build on this Vyvyan inspired start they should be odds on for a place in the last eight.

Treviso beat both Bath and Bourgoin at home last season and got off to a flying start with a try after only five minutes by fullback Brendan Williams which Martinus Smith converted.

The Saracens response came via their powerful pack and after the home front row had collapsed three times at a scrum five metres out from their line the Scottish referee David Changleng had no hesitation in running to the posts to award a penalty try.

Glen Jackson added the conversion points, but a Smith penalty mid-way through the first half put the Italians back in front again.

Home number 8 Dion Kingi was sent to the sin bin after half an hour and before he returned Saracens had made the most of his departure.

Vyvyan grabbed his first try as he chased down a neat kick tough by Jackson and the outside half added the conversion and then a penalty on the stroke of half time.

Kingi duly made amends for his yellow card by charging over for the home side’s second try five minutes after the break and Smith’s conversion levelled the scores.

But that man Vyvyan hadn’t finished with Treviso and after Simon Raiwalui had made a dent in the home defence, his backrow colleague was on hand to take the scoring path.

Jackson again added the conversion before kicking another penalty to stretch the lead to ten points.

The outside half also had the final word when he kicked his third penalty after replacement hooker Alvaro Tejeda had been send to the sin bin for playing the ball on the floor a mere 20 seconds after coming on the field.