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Perpignan slummed to their second defeat in as many rounds in the Top 14 on Friday with a 26-22 loss to Bordeaux-Begles at Stade Jacques Chaban-Delmas.
The result leaves the 2009 French champions with just two losing bonus points from their opening two matches of the season after going down at home to Toulon last week.
The game was tinged with controversy from start to finish with referee Laurent Cardona brandishing four yellow cards - all to props - and awarding a penalty try to the visitors while the hosts' only try was also scored in dubious circumstances.
For Bordeaux-Begles, the win represents their first success of the season after losing narrowly to Grenoble on the opening weekend.
Perpignan, who have yet to cross the whitewash this season, will head home harbouring a number of regrets after failing to score when they held a two-man advantage early in the second half.
The scores were locked at 15-15 at the end of a first stanza characterised by indiscipline and a plethora of penalties - against both sides - at scrum time, despite Perpignan's clear dominance at the set piece.
UBB started the second period with 13 men after props Hikairo Forbes and Albert Toetu were both sent to the sin bin.
But after gallantly holding off the Catalans' best attacking efforts (which weren't anything to write home about) centre Andrew Mailei broke the deadlock with a great individual try.
Perpignann's protests that the defenders attempting to stop Mailei's midfield break were illegally held back fell on deaf ears and a couple of penalties from fly-half Camille Lopez saw the hosts build an 11-point lead.
USAP continued to press though and were back in the game thanks to a penalty try awarded when Bordeaux pulled down an advancing Catalan maul.
It proved too little, too late as Kisi Pulu's inconceivable yellow card at a scrum in the dying minutes capped a miserable night for Perpignan.
|Saturday 19th April|
|Stade Francais 37 - 23 Bordeaux-Begles|
|Biarritz 19 - 13 Brive|
|Racing Metro Paris 22 - 6 Clermont Auvergne|
|Grenoble 21 - 21 Bayonne|
|Perpignan 31 - 46 Toulon|
|Oyonnax 19 - 19 Toulouse|
|Friday 18th April|
|Castres 22 - 15 Montpellier|
|Saturday 12th April|
|Toulouse 16 - 9 Brive|
|Bayonne 24 - 19 Stade Francais|
|Grenoble 30 - 36 Montpellier|
|Racing Metro Paris 37 - 7 Biarritz|
|Perpignan 22 - 12 Oyonnax|
|Bordeaux-Begles 20 - 22 Toulon|
|Friday 11th April|
|Clermont Auvergne 23 - 11 Castres|
|Saturday 5th April|
|Oyonnax 26 - 12 Bordeaux-Begles|
|Saturday 29th March|
|Toulon 32 - 28 Toulouse|
|Biarritz 34 - 34 Castres|
|Bordeaux-Begles 23 - 5 Perpignan|
|Oyonnax 40 - 13 Grenoble|
|Montpellier 43 - 27 Bayonne|
|Stade Francais 22 - 32 Racing Metro Paris|
|Friday 28th March|
|Brive 26 - 24 Clermont Auvergne|
|Saturday 22nd March|
|Grenoble 13 - 26 Racing Metro Paris|
|Bayonne 22 - 23 Bordeaux-Begles|
|Oyonnax 8 - 22 Montpellier|
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