Clermont cruised through the opening exchanges of their Champions Cup quarter-final against Racing 92. The home side built up a 9-0 lead after 18 minutes at the Stade Marcel Michelin with little magician Morgan Parra kicking three penalties.
With 24 minutes on the clock, winger Marc Andreu sparked Racing into life. Andreu ran the ball out of his own 22, burrowing past one opponent before haring past four more.
The 32-year-old then passed off to hooker Camille Chat outside him on the wing. Chat trundled over a Clermont body and offloaded to number eight Yannick Nyaga.
The ball was soon played inside, eventually finding its way into the hands of second row Leone Nakarawa. Despite having numbers outside him, the Fijian went it alone, bursting past three Clermont players for a glorious try.