Freddie Burns drop-goal: Fly-halves emotional publish fit interview

Freddie Burns drop-goal towards Saracens earned Leicester Tigers their eleventh Premiership name and primary for 9 years.

Victory completes Tigers’ go back to English rugby’s summit, having have shyed away from the drop two years in the past after Sarries have been relegated for wage cap breaches.

Freddie Burns drop-goal:

Freddie Burns interview:

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Line-ups

Leicester Tigers: Steward; Ashton, Moroni, Porter, Potter; Ford, Wigglesworth; Genge (capt), Montoya, Cole, Chessum, Green, Liebenberg, Reffell, Wiese.

Replacements: Clare, Leatigaga, Heyes, Wells, Martin, Youngs, Burns, Scott.

Saracens: Goode; Malins, Daly, Tompkins, Maitland; Farrell (capt), Davies; M Vunipola, George, Koch, Itoje, Isiekwe, McFarland, Earl, B Vunipola.

Replacements: Pifeleti, Mawi, Clarey, Wray, Christie, Van Zyl, Taylor, Lozowski.

Referee: Wayne Barnes.

EDITORS PICKS:

Gallagher Premiership ultimate participant Ratings:

Leicester Tigers: 

15 Freddie Steward – 7

14 Chris Ashton – 7

13 Matías Moroni – 8

12 Guy Porter – 7

11 Harry Potter – 6

10 George Ford – 6

9 Richard Wigglesworth – 8

8 Jasper Wiese – 9

7 Tommy Reffell – 8

6 Hanro Liebenberg- 8

5 Calum Green – 7

4 Ollie Chessum – 9

3 Dan Cole – 8

2 Julián Montoya- 7

1 Ellis Genge (c) – 7

23 Freddie Burns – 9 (RUCK’S MAN OF THE MATCH

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