Sale Sharks Beat Saracens In The Aviva Premiership

The first triumph of Sale Sharks came against Saracens since 2011.

They are trying to maintain the push of the play off as the penalty of the Alex Goode gave the Sarries a lead in the early but lead at the break was held by the hosts from Jonathan Mills and Sam Tuitupou. In the first half the Saracens were reduced to 13 men but the defence of Sale was firm.

Bonus point was earned by the visitors by the late attempt made by Richard Barrington as Mark Cueto was sin-binned later. Charlie Hodgson missed it because of injury. At full back, Chris Wyles was at the side back Goode came in for Hodgson. Lead which quite deserved was taken by the Sale at the AJ Bell Stadium. Goode was the person who put the lead ahead.

In the course of the week, Danny Cipriani has signed a deal of two years which is hailed as a brilliant show as the ball was handed to Tuitupou. Arms were not used by Jacques Burger during the mark of half an hour. Numerical advantage was not on the side of the Saracens. The forward which was showed by the Sale had tremendous brilliance and conversion made by Cipriani led to a lead by 11 point.

The deficit time of the half could not be reduced by Goode but penalty was made. The performance of the home side was all due to the terrific defence. Sarries was about to score when Cueto was shown yellow card. For Sale it has been a pool of fresh and young talent coming into the match and the squad is building up into a brilliant side which has potential growth in the future. For next season they need to show their power in totality. The director of Saracens seemed disappointed with the performance of the team.