We thought we had seen all the drama these two could produce a week earlier in the Stade de France when Dean Richards’ side crossed the channel for a smash-and-grab win in front of 76,000 fans.
Back at a rain-sodden Stoop in front of an audience less than a quarter of the size, the conditions made for a far more drudge affair.
Stade had moved out to an 11-3 lead before Quins clawed their way back to lead 16-14, but a late Juan Martin Hernandez drop goal looked to have done enough for the Parisians to avenge their home defeat.
Enter Nick Evans. Deep into injury time, with Stade leading 17-16, the kiwi fly half was desperately scrambling to keep the game alive as his side crashed and bashed their way through 30 phases.
A chink of light momentarily opened for Evans who feinted a drop at goal and slithered through a gap to get himself the position he needed. One more ruck and the drop goal shot was his.
The ball wobbled and wavered, just dipping the right side of the crossbar to send TW2 into muddy ecstasy.