Winner on the smallest of scores at Guingamp (0-1), Le Havre consolidates its lead on the prime of Ligue 2. The Normans have a four-point lead over Bordeaux, held in test by Pau (1-1), and 5 on Sochaux, who overcame Bastia (1-0).
Bordeaux 1-1 Pau
Objectives: Pirringuel (87e) for the Girondins // Bassouamina (23e) for the folks of Béarn
Unprecedented within the league, this South West derby between Bordeaux and Pau didn’t discover a winner. Logically favorites, the Marines and Whites have been nonetheless cooled in the midst of the primary interval, when Mons Bassouamina beat Gaëtan Poussin with a properly adjusted header (23e). All through the second interval, the Aquitanians pushed and so they ended up being rewarded, the younger Lenny Pirringuel having completely taken over a cross from Very important N’Simba (87e). The FCGB barely saved the furnishings, however it would in all probability not be glad with it.
Guingamp 0-1 Le Havre
Objective: Alioui (87e)
However who will cease Le Havre? Undefeated for the reason that second day, the Norman membership has consolidated its place as chief of Ligue 2 by filling up on factors at Guingamp. As soon as once more, the Ciels and Marines owed their salvation to Nabil Alioui, the one scorer of the match within the cash time (87e). Within the absence of Yann Kitala and Jamal Thiaré, the 23-year-old confirmed his actual talents for the place of quantity 9. And because the HAC virtually by no means conceded objectives (solely six this season), victory was on the finish of the day. path. Luka Elsner’s troupe will due to this fact spend the interval of the World Cup with a cushty mattress 4 factors forward of his Bordeaux runner-up.
Sochaux 1-0 Bastia
Objective: Sissoko (38e SP)
Whistled by his personal supporters firstly of the season, which has since turn out to be important: the robust man of the Cubs is Ibrahim Sissoko. Already creator of the final three objectives of his crew within the championship, the previous Niortais continued his momentum towards Bastia, by remodeling a penalty with a variety of management (38e) and on the similar time becoming a member of Jean-Philippe Krasso on the prime of the scoring charts (eight objectives). For the remainder, the Doubistes blew cold and warm, with out ever managing to take shelter. However having the ability to push a “phew” of reduction on the ultimate whistle.
Grenoble 0-0 Dijon
Combined emotions for the GF38. On the one hand, the satisfaction of stringing collectively a seventh match with out defeat within the league. On the opposite, the frustration of not having managed to win a fifth success in a row, towards the Dijonnais who’re nevertheless dying for the time being. Disadvantaged of Abdoulie Sanyang, their number one asset in assault, the Isérois have nonetheless obtained a number of clear probabilities, sadly not materialized. Within the guests’ camp, we may be glad to have stood as much as a crew in type. However it will have taken extra to get his head out of the purple zone (17e).
Amiens 0-2 QRM
Objectives: Cissokho (41e) and Mafouta (89e) for QRM
With the returns of Nicholas Opoku and Gaël Kakuta within the beginning lineup, Amiens might legitimately hope to renew their march ahead towards QRM. Alas, it’s lastly the unhealthy collection which continues for the Picard membership, overwhelmed for the fourth time in a row in Ligue 2. Remained within the opposing space following a nook, Until Cissokho opened the scoring a couple of minutes of the break for guests (41e). The Norman crew then valiantly defended their benefit, Nicolas Lemaître sublimated himself within the cage, and Louis Mafouta put an finish to all suspense (89e). The ASC nonetheless slips within the standings (7e), whereas Quevilly-Rouen Métropole is shifting away from the turbulence zone (13e).
Paris FC 1-4 Metz
Objectives: Guilavogui (28e) for the PFC // Mikautadze (12e MS, 23e MS, 82e) and Gueye (63e) for Garnets
Expulsion: Chergui (21e) for the PFC
The Charléty curse continues. Unable to impose itself on its land for the reason that starting of August, Paris FC skilled a brand new disappointment this Saturday night. Weighed down by two penalties transformed by Georges Mikautadze (12e23e) and by the expulsion of Samir Chergui, responsible of getting misplaced his mood with the referee (21e), the capital’s gamers definitely reacted rapidly, by the middleman of Morgan Guilavogui (23e). However the Mosellens didn’t let slip these three factors which have been at hand. Former of the Ile-de-France home, Lamine Gueye drove the purpose house (63e), earlier than Mikautadze scored a hat-trick (82e) and confirms the success of Garnets.
Caen 0-0 Annecy
From this utterly forgettable match, we are going to keep in mind a particularly uncommon recreation truth: an oblique free kick within the field, awarded to the Caennais after Thomas Callens seized the ball together with his hand on a presumed voluntary foot cross from François Lajugie. Ali Abdi, nevertheless, didn’t convert this chance right into a purpose (77e), and Malherbe, though dominating, needed to accept sharing the factors with a really catchy promoted from Annecy.
Laval 1-0 Valenciennes
Objective: Baudry (41e
Expulsions: Gonçalves (17e) and Tavares (34e) for Tangos
Essentially the most complicated encounter of the night happened at Francis-Le Basser. After simply over half an hour of play, there have been solely 9 Laval residents left on the sphere, following the successive expulsions of Bryan Gonçalves (17e) and Yohan Tavares (34e). In opposition to all odds, it was Olivier Frapolli’s band who opened the scoring, Marvin Baudry discovering the fault with an outstanding half-volley from the left on the entrance to the floor (41e). Apparently focused by a ball of paper when returning to the sphere, the referee delayed the kick-off of the second interval by about ten minutes. We might concern the worst for the Tango, condemned to bear the northern assaults for 45 minutes. However the heroic Mayennes held on till the top and received an sudden success, which gave them a spot within the prime 10.
Niort 1-1 Nimes
Objectives: Zemzemi (54e) for the Chamois // Tchokounté (27e) for Crocos
Expulsion: Delpech (81e) for Crocos
The rout of Saint-Etienne towards Rodez (0-2), this Saturday firstly of the afternoon, had left Niort believing in the opportunity of leaving the final place to the Greens. Mission completed, to the advantage of the draw obtained towards the Crocos Nîmes. Efficient, the latter took the lead due to a helmet shot from Malik Tchokounté (27e). The Chamois returned from the locker room with different intentions, and Moataz Zemzemi allowed them to rapidly choose up (54e). They could nonetheless remorse not having managed to grab victory towards Gardois diminished to 10 after the purple obtained by Léon Delpech (81e).
By Raphael Brosse