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Twitter reacts to Saracens comeback


Twitter blown away by Saracens stunning comeback win

A dramatic Saracens comeback in the final quarter of the Gallagher Premiership Final at Twickenham left fans waxing lyrical on Twitter.

Saracens overcame a spirited Exeter challenge to win an all-action English rugby Premiership final 37-34 on Saturday and their fourth domestic championship in five years.

Ther victory completed a second double for the club after they won the European Cup three weeks ago.

Exeter led 22-16 after a terrific first half played under a beating sun in west London.

Exeter scrumhalf Nic White scored the fastest-ever Premiership try after 27 seconds, Saracens hit back through Jamie George and Ben Spencer, but Exeter controlled the ball and scored further tries through Dave Ewers and Jonny Hill.

Exeter, appearing in their fourth consecutive final, kept a surging Saracens at bay and extended their lead with a great try finished by Henry Slade, only for wingers Liam Williams and Sean Maitland to score and edge Saracens ahead going into the final 10 minutes.

The holders dominated from then on and settled the issue three minutes from time when George bundled t hrough for his second try. Although Sam Hill replied for the Chiefs, it came too late.

Fans and rugby pundits were left breathless on Twitter:

Some although weren’t best pleased with Premiership giant’s fight back and win.

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Twitter blown away by Saracens stunning comeback win
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