10 years ago, Exeter Chiefs he claimed the title of the Second Division of England. Today, he celebrates being the European champion. The team of Enrique Pieretto and Facundo Cordero (they did not play) put the icing on the cake to his most productive decade: he consecrated himself in the Champions Cup by imposing itself on Racing 92 by 31-27.
With the drive and power of their forwards, the English took the lead 14-0. Then came Simon Zebo’s discount and who brought the French closer to just two points was Rosario Juan Imhoff. The wing, scrum half that he was, saw the gap and supported.
In the ST, the Parisian team got to a point but did not reach it because Exeter benched in defense and, on the closing, increased with a penalty.
Imhoff will travel to Australia to join Los Pumas together with: Facundo Bosch, Ignacio Callés, Francisco Gómez Kodela, Matías Alemanno, Guido Petti, Marcos Kremer, Pablo Matera, Facundo Isa, Nicolás Sánchez, Lucas Mensa, Santiago Cordero and Ramiro Moyano.