The back of the Stade Toulousain can become Saturday against Wales the best French scorer on an edition of the Tournament.
After four games, the back of the Stade Toulousain is at the top of the ranking of directors of the Six Nations Tournament with 68 points (3 tries and 21 out of 26 against the poles, or 80.7% success). Which already makes him the second best scorer in the history of the XV of France in the competition.
The record ? It belongs to the former Clermont opener, Gérald Merceron, who had scored 80 points during the 2002 Grand Slam. To snatch him, Thomas Ramos must therefore score at least 13 points against the Welsh this Saturday (3:45 p.m.) at the end of the Tournament. A gauge in his strings, he who averages 17 points per game during this edition.
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