Saracens continued their poor form despite being back at full strength after the Autumn Internationals. With the likes of Farrell back the struggling Saracens were the favourites with an away trip to Harlequins. They opened the encounter well and the first 10 minutes was Saracens at their dominant best, the territory and posession saw them take 10 point lead as Owen Farrell went over 1000 Premiership points.
Danny Care then went on to setup a try with a brilliant cross-field kick to Charlie Walker for him to catch and drop for a try in the corner.
Charlie Walker then added another try later on after a kick chase and it was left for some more pinpoint kicking form England scrum half Danny Care to find Tim Visser for the winner.
So 5 losses on the bounce now for Saracens, they now face a crunch game in the Champions Cup where they hope to keep their run going as defending champions. This Autumn International series has really seen Saracens form dissapear and the coaching team will be looking for a way to get out of this slump.
REPORT | Last-Gasp Quins Sink Sarries
— Saracens Rugby Club (@Saracens) December 3, 2017