Stade Toulousain has qualified for a new European final and will face the ogre of Leinster.

Stade Toulousain did it! In a very lively match offensively, Toulouse won against the English Harlequins 38-26 on Sunday May 5 and returns to the final of the European Rugby Cup on May 25. In champagne rugby thanks in particular to an excellent Antoine Dupont or François Cros, elected man of the match as in the semi-finals, Stade Toulousain offered itself the right to face the Irish from Leinster, winners a little earlier in the weekend of the English in Northampton with a score of 20 to 17, for a dream final.

“Congratulations to the players, I have an incredible group, who will play a fifth final in four years (all competitions combined). We had to pass this milestone of the semi-finals in this competition. This generation has the means to do a lot. Now , we are going to challenge our ogre, a team that we find difficult to beat (Leinster) but we have never played them at this level and apparently we are difficult to beat in the final. launched Ugo Mola after the meeting. “Leinster in the final? It’s a great show, we’ve been ticking it off for a while, we’re left with two defeats in the semi-finals, heavy and frustrating, against them. But first, we’re going to recover well, come back in the Top 14. Everyone will want to be there, obviously” explained Romain Ntamack after the meeting.