Saracens paid the price for a costly mistake in their derby against Harlequins on Saturday.
The defending Premiership champions were down by 10 points early on the game and fought back to 6-10 into the final minutes of the first half.
Saracens' thought time was up on the clock with Harlequins attacking inside their 22 before they turned the ball over and kicked into touch 5 metres from their line.
Harlequins won the resulting lineout and Danny Care scored a try to put Harlequins even further in front.
A costly mistake from Saracens 🙈— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) March 23, 2019
They put the ball into touch one second before the 40-minute mark.
Danny Care puts it over the whitewash in response... pic.twitter.com/H8Cu4IugGR
Saracens bounced back from their sluggish start to record a 27-20 victory thanks to a Will Skelton brace.
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