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Posted Sunday, January 31st 2021

Stat attack: Bristol Bears 48-3 Bath Rugby

Semi's world, Bears run riot and a record-breaking win. Check out the best of the match stats from the bonus-point Gallagher Premiership victory over Bath at Ashton Gate.


A world of his own

A 60-metre solo score was undoubtedly the highlight, but Semi Radradra's all-round performance was a joy to behold on Friday night.

The Fijian, along with teammate Henry Purdy, made more metres individually (162m) than the whole of the Bath team combined (Purdy made 142m), as well as beating nine defenders and completing five offloads


Attacking masterclass

In a free-flowing, all-court performance, the Bears' complete dominance was showcased by the match stats, with Pat Lam's men making a remarkable 865 metres with ball in hand, beating 43 defenders and completing 28 offloads.

In comparison, Bath made just 143 metres and beat 17 defenders, as they finished with just a Rhys Priestland penalty to show for their efforts.


Record breakers

A biggest-ever Premiership win, and a biggest-ever win over Bath for Pat Lam’s men, whose 45-point winning margin surpassed their previous best by a single point - a 48-4 win against Rugby in 1992.

It was, however, nine points short of their highest ever score - 57 against Bedford Blues in April 2000.


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