It has been an incredible first half at the Stade Ernest-Wallon where Wasps trailed Toulouse by 22-20.
Five tries were scored in the first half as both these teams went blow for blow in the hope of securing the win.
The French side, who have already claimed a scalp by beating reigning champions Leinster in this competition this season, took a 19-10 lead midway through the first half before they were pegged back by a Wille Le Roux try which all began from a superb break by England international Elliot Daly.
The move began from a scrum setpiece on Wasps’ own 22. The ball was played out to outside centre Daly where he used his acceleration to burst through the gap and fend off any tackle attempts.
Once he reached the full-back, he played the ball to Le Roux who had an easy run-in to get his side back into the game.
Check it out below:
What a try for @WaspsRugby!
From their own 22 to the try line in seconds! Magnificent running from Elliot Daly 💪
Willie le Roux touches down, this game is a belter! pic.twitter.com/yP9Ny28Hua
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) December 15, 2018
Both sides traded penalties at the end of the first half and at halftime, the scoreline was 22-20 to the home side.
Update: Toulouse and Wasps have traded second-half tries to leave the current scoreline 29-27 in the French side’s favour.