Bath's disappointing Heineken Cup campaign continued on Saturday as they slumped to their fourth defeat in five matches this season after going down to a 24-22 defeat at the hands of Montpellier.
Bath had looked set for victory as two tries from lock Ryan Caldwell helped put them 22-17 ahead going into the final minute, but Montpellier snatched victory when Timoci Nagusa went over for a score that was converted by Martin Bustos Moyano.
The result leaves Bath bottom of Pool Three on seven points, with Montpellier moving into second spot, level on 10 points with Glasgow but having played a game extra. Leinster lead the way on 16 points ahead of their meeting with Glasgow.
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