Primož Roglič beats Egan Bernal in Jumbo-Visma masterclass on Tour de l'Ain stage two

The Slovenian sprinted away from the Colombian who was left isolated in the closing kilometres

Primož Roglič wins stage two of the Tour de l'Ain 2020 (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

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Primož Roglič out-sprinted Egan Bernal to claim stage two of the Tour de l'Ain and take the GC lead.

Jumbo-Visma put on a show of dominance as they hammered the pace and left Egan Bernal isolated while having three of their own riders in the front group of six.

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