- New Zealander Chris Masoe compounded Racing 92's blues by getting sent off just six minutes into their 19-10 Top 14 defeat at Grenoble. Racing's New Zealand contingent has been a public relations nightmare for the Parisians this season and their problems piled up when Samoan-born Masoe was shown a red card for a dangerous tackle on Grenoble hooker Arnaud Heguy. Racing battled gamely but three penalties from their former fly-half Jonathan Wisniewski gave Grenoble a 9-3 half-time lead. Things got worse 13 minutes into the second period when fly-half Benjamin Dambielle was sin-binned, with Grenoble punishing Racing almost immediately with a try from wing Lucas Dupont. France international wing Teddy Thomas did get a try after the final buzzer but by then the game was lost.