BATH missed the opportunity to qualify for their first European final since 2014 with a disjointed performance which saw Montpellier, the 2016 Challenge Cup Winners, progress to the final.
It was a remarkable achievement from the French side. They presently sit 12th in the Top 14 with their campaign savagely disrupted by Covid, leaving them unable to play a league game since March 27.
Bath barely threatened behind the scrum and it was left to Anthony Watson to provide any hint of threat.
Up front only Zach Mercer, playing against the club he joins next season, provide any impetus to the Bat...
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