Le Havre has fun, Kakuta hands over Amiens and Guingamp humiliated

Le Havre has fun, Kakuta hands over Amiens and Guingamp humiliated

In a controlled match, Le Havre won another victory against Bastia (3-0) to keep the pressure on Bordeaux, as did Amiens, winner at the end of the suspense in Dijon thanks to the return of Gaël Kakuta (2-1 ). A much less successful Saturday night, however, for Guingamp, swept at home by Annecy (0-4).

Le Havre 3-0 Bastia

Goals: Lorises (23me), cornet (33me) and Lekhal (47me) for HACs

Undefeated at home, HAC confirmed their current form with their fifth victory in the last six matches. In a match dominated and dominated by head and shoulders, it was Gautier Lloris who opened the scoring in a cross fired by Elies Mahmoud and scored his first goal under the Le Havre robe. Quentin Cornette will arrive to double the mark then it’s up to captain Victor Lekhal to triple the bet shortly after the locker room return by tricking Bastia goalkeeper Johny Placide. Solid success for Luka Elsner’s men, who move up to third position ahead of the trip to Rodez next weekend.

Amiens 2-1 Dijon

Goals: Leautey (57me) and Kakuta (88me) for Amiens // Gurtner, CSC (4me) for the DFCO

These Picards are brave. Quickly trailing 1-0 after a Gurtner own goal, Amiens thought he was having a nightmarish night when he saw that Opoku looked red. Except that Philippe Hinschberger’s men have resources and return to the game thanks to a penalty converted by Leautey. Before toppling it all thanks to the ghost Kakuta, who celebrates his return to the Unicorn by offering his team all three points with a delicious Madjer. A dolphin with character.

Paris FC 0-1 Valenciennes

Goal: Diliberto (22me) for Valenciennes

The PFC cannot do it in Charléty. Another loss at home for Thierry Laurey’s men who will have obtained the greatest situations, without being able to disappoint Gautier Larsonneur’s vigilance. Solid defensively, VAFC managed to score with their only shot on goal through Noah Diliberto. The club kid signs his second goal of the season with a good header to the center of Quentin Lecoeuche. Second consecutive success for Valenciennes, who takes fifth place, three lengths from the podium.

Fall 1-0 Niort

Goal: Godson Kyeremeh (45me+5) for the people of Caen

The harder the battle, the better the victory. Stade Malherbe de Caen may have been hard pressed against the enterprising Chamois, but without inspiration tonight at Michel-d’Ornano. In a rough and choppy match, the light came from Godson Kyeremeh, who surely scored the goal of this 11me day of a magnificent acrobatic gesture.

Guingamp 0-4 Annecy

Goals: Dion Sahi (36me), Testud (82me), Kashi (87me) and Spano Rahou (90me) for Savoy

Savoyards on mission in Brittany. Annecy gave the Guingamp a correction in her lair at Roudourou. However, the Bretons had situations, but without ever putting Annecy goalkeeper Florian Escales in trouble, author of a solid performance. Precisely, the teammates of the Marseille-trained goalkeeper showed impressive realism by opening the scoring through Moïse Dion Sahi, followed by an offensive festival in the last ten minutes with goals from Testud, Kashi and Spano Rahu. A great success that allowed Annecy to breathe a little more and take two steps ahead of the red zone. For Guingamp, it smells like a headache.

Grenoble-Laval 3-2

Goals: Sanyang (3me10me) and Gaspar (6me) for the GF38 // Maggiotti (26me) and Seidou (44me) for Laval

A fanfare beginning from Grenoble hinted at a long evening for the residents of Laval. In exactly ten minutes, the hosts rocked the net three times, with a brace from Sanyang and a pawn from Gaspar. Still, the little ones from the Alps chose to shake it off, leaving the Tangos back in the game, Maggiotti converting a penalty and Seidou scoring a very nice goal seconds before the break. Therefore, it was necessary to hold out for GF 38 and show solidarity in order not to let Laval score an unexpected point.

Quevilly-Rouen 3-1 Nimes

Goals: Diedhiou (18me) and Mafouta (45me56me) by Quevilly-Rouen // Tchoukounté (82me) for Nîmes

How good is this victory for the Normans. The second in a row. Pushed by a dominant but unsuccessful Nîmes team, Quevilly-Rouen opened the scoring through Christophe Diedhiou. The Senegalese striker finishes off a corner kick taken by Garland Gbelle. Before the break, Louis Mafouta will double the advantage of his successful team. In a more open second half and while Nîmes seemed increasingly threatening, QRM decided to sign a third for Louis Mafouta, again him. About the hour of play, in a rude Norman defensive error, Malik Tchokounté reduced the distance, without the Normans trembling to keep the three points.

Pau 2-2 Rodez

Goals: Ibnou Ba (45me) and Nguyēn Quang Hài (86me) by Pau // Andy Pembélé (50me) and Nassim Ouammou (67me) for Rodez

It was in the second half when this derby from the southwest settled down. While Pau opened the scoring through Pape Ibnou Ba before the break, Rodez came back from the locker room with a completely different face. The Ruthénois even regained the advantage with achievements by Pembélé and Ouammou. But he had without the Vietnamese Messi, who tied in 86me minute of a left foot strike.

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