Chris Robshaw hopeful Harlequins have turned a corner

Robshaw hopeful of turnaround
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Harlequins flanker Chris Robshaw is hopeful that his side can turn things around, despite losing their second group match in the Heineken Cup.

Harlequins flanker Chris Robshaw is hopeful that the club can launch a turnaround when he returns from England duty.

The Quins picked up a bonus point from a Nick Evans drop goal in their 23-16 defeat to Clermont Auvergne in the Heineken Cup on Sunday.

"We are disappointed not to have come away with more," the London Evening Standard quotes Robshaw as saying. "You look at the record that they have here and credit to them.

"We gave them three early tries but stayed in it and leave with a point because of a cracking drop-goal by Nick Evans to finish.

"In the Premiership, we have started pretty slowly. Hopefully, this game has really turned our season around. I am incredibly proud of all the guys."

Harlequins have lost five out of seven fixtures in all competitions this season.

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