It took Exeter Chiefs just 27 seconds to stamp their mark on the Premiership Final as they scored the fastest try in a Premiership Final.
What a start!
The Chiefs go over with just 25 seconds on the clock. Unbelievable. pic.twitter.com/ycvKSBN7fU
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) June 1, 2019
Nic White's dotted down for Exeter effectively beating Josh Lewsey’s record of 67 seconds in 2003 Final.
Exeter's good work was quickly undone as Henry Slade was sent to the sin bin for a deliberate knock down and Saracens pounced to narrow the lead to 7-5 before Farrell put them in the lead with a penalty.
That’s the fastest try in a @premrugby final. Beating Josh Lewsey’s one in 67 seconds in 2003.
— Stuart Farmer (@Stu_Farmer) June 1, 2019