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Dec 12, 2015 at 3.15pm UK
Benetton TrevisoBenetton Treviso
Stade FrancaisStade Francais
Christie (58'), Ragusi (71'), Lazzaroni (78')
Nayacalevu (4'), Arias (9'), Williams (12'), Nicolas (24'), Bosman (27'), Parisse (47'), Camara (55')

Result: Stade Francais score seven tries against Treviso, secure bonus point by half-time

Stade Francais score five tries in the first half to help them overcome Treviso 50-17 in the European Champions Cup.

A strong first-half display by Stade Francais helped them beat Benetton Treviso 50-17 in the European Champions Cup this afternoon.

Jules Plisson kicked an early penalty for the French side, before nice hands found Waisea Nayacalevu who crossed in the corner after just four minutes.

Julien Arias and Paul Williams quickly added a further two tries, before a Sylvain Nicolas interception secured the bonus point for Stade on 24 minutes.

Stade Francais Captain Sergio Parisse (topL) fights for the ball with Benetton Treviso's Captain Alessandro Zanni in a line out during the European Rugby Champions Cup match between Trevise and Stade Francais Paris at the Monigo - Treviso stadium in Trevi© Getty Images

Fly-half Meyer Bosman then added a fifth try just before half time, as Sergio Parisse rumbled over to get in on the act just seven minutes after the break.

Djibril Camara scored another for the visitors, before Treviso finally got their first points of the game after Sam Christie crossed for a try.

Stade Francais fell complacent after this and allowed Treviso to cross again, this time Simone Ragusi grabbing an interception 10 minutes from time for his side's second try.

Marco Lazzaroni added a third but it was all too late for the Italians who left the match without a point.

They are now bottom of their pool with zero points, while Stade move up to top spot.

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