Match stats: Leicester Tigers' last-gasp kick to win is a metre wide
Leicester Tigers were held to a 9-9 draw in an uninspired contest against Saracens at Wembley on Saturday.
Here is how the game unfolded minute-by-minute.
2 mins: PENALTY (0-3) Chris Ashton slices a defensive clearance into touch, Leicester attack with vigour and win an early penalty for offside. Toby Flood makes no mistake.
5 mins: PENALTY (0-6) Flood adds to Leicester's lead. Tigers again look good with ball in hand going through numerous phases before referee Martin Fox pings Saracens at the first scrum engagement for not binding.
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29 mins: PENALTY (0-9) Saracens are penalised for not rolling away at a ruck and Flood puts Leicester two scores ahead with a measured kick. At this stage, Tigers are looking comfortable and deserve their early lead.
33 mins: PENALTY (3-9) Having missed his first three kicks from comfortable positions, Sarries' fly-half Owen Farrell finally gets his team on the board.
40 mins: The half ends with Farrell missing his fourth penalty out of five attempts. The England man, with his dad and England coach Andy watching on, reacts angrily and throws his kicking tee away in disgust. Instead of going in 15-9 down, Tigers lead 9-3 at the break.
H-T: Saracens 3 Leicester 9
52 mins: PENALTY (6-9) Saracens look much more dangerous with former Sale man Charlie Hodgson at the helm after replacing off-key Farrell, and he gets an early chance to reduce the arrears to just three points. He makes no mistake.
57 mins: PENALTY (9-9) Tigers' open-side flanker Julian Salvi gets pinged for going off his feet at a ruck. He greets the decision with astonishment standing on both feet, and Hodgson takes advantage by dragging Sarries back on level terms.
68 mins: A key moment as Leicester have a great chance to make the killer score only for Flood to miss a relatively straightforward kick.
77 mins: Sarries look like they will steal a win as Hodgson steps back into the pocket to line-up a drop-goal he would normally make in his sleep. Good pressure from Tom Youngs may have disrupted his concentration and Hodgson slices it wide from 20 metres.
80 mins: With the last kick of the match, Flood misses an altogether more difficult chance to win it for Leicester with a drop-kick from around 35 metres. Some Tigers fans behind the posts celebrate – but it is a metre wide.
F-T: Saracens 9 Tigers 9