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As riot conducted at Paris Racing 92 for the second successive weekend at the Heineken Champions Cup jaded ospreys.
The French had a try bonus point before Juan Imhoff twice and Simon Zebo crossed.
Tries out of Lesley Klim with two, Luke Morgan, Luke Price and Shaun Venter claimed their first stage in four European matches, an Ospreys bonus stage.
However they have now lost 10 of 11 games this year.
Second-half attempts from Georges Colombe and Yoan Tanga ensured Racing were already out of reach until Ospreys encouraging three-try resurrection in the last third of this match.
Maxime Machenaud had inched slightly in front of Louis Dupichot as the wing kicked and Ospreys could have been a try down at the Paris La Defense Arena over 38 seconds, although racing had won 40-19 at Swansea last week.
The Welsh side made the most of that let-off to take the guide placing the ball to permit the wing room to race clear down the left sideline for an unconverted try.
But Racing were level when Ospreys shattered the ball and Dupichot capitalised to gather the ball and move over.
Once Imhoff chose off Marty McKenzie haul to proceed under the articles, giving a easy conversion to Machenaud ospreys were caught out.
A French try soon followed prior to sending wing Imhoff beneath the posts as Dupichot took an inside ball waltzing through a massive gap in a defensive lineup.
Ospreys might have reduced the deficit but Ashley Lloyd pass went to ground together with the try line at their throats.
Racing had the bonus stage wrapped up before half-time as Zebo tumbled around for the first try of the season, the third conversion of Machenaud of the Ireland full-back making it 26-5.
Mistakes continued to suck all the life, although Ospreys came out to the second half with their minds upward.
Racing continued to capitalise and replacement prop Colombe muscled his way over from close range for another try.
The visitors had no answer to the power of Racing they got within sight of the Ospreys line and number eight Tanga completed a few Welsh defenders on the line with him to score.
Namibia wing Klim capped his European debut with an attempt to ensure it wasnt his right-wing scamper matched by an fantastic touchline conversion from Luke Price, all one-way visitors.
Price, on for McKenzie at fly-half, continued to impress as he took the pass from Tom Williams.
Venter added a try to give Ospreys one point at the base of Pool Four, although the energetic Klim maintained a deserved moment of the evening.
Racing 92: Zebo; Dupichot, Vakatawa, Chavancy (c), Imhoff; Volavola, Machenaud; Ben Arous, Baubigny, Gomes Sa, Ryan, Palu, Sanconnie, Chouzenoux, Tanga.
Replacements: Chat Colombe Joseph Klemenczak, Russell.
Ospreys: C Evans; Klim, Thomas-Wheeler, K Williams, L Morgan; McKenzie, Venter; N Smith, Otten, Fia, Beard, Ashley, Lydiate (capt), Cross, M Morris.
Replacements: A Davies, Lake, Fawcett, Gardiner, Volpi Jones, Price, T Williams.
Referee: Luke Pearce (England).
Assistants: Adam Leal (England), Phil Watters (England).
TMO: Graham Hughes (England).

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