Bordeaux takes the lead, Sochaux stalls again and Niort wins

Bordeaux takes the lead, Sochaux stalls again and Niort wins

By beating Annecy this Saturday at Matmut Atlantique, Bordeaux took advantage of Sochaux’s draw against Quevilly-Rouen to take the lead in the championship. At the other end of the table, Niort, still led 1-0 by Dijon in ’90me minute, snatched his first win in eight games.

Girondins Bordeaux 1-0 FC Annecy

Goal: Bakwa (22me) for the Girondins

Leader before this match, Bordeaux wanted to meet again after the draw in Bastia (1-1). The locals are dangerous thanks to Dilane Bakwa who overflows down the right wing, hits the near post hard and sees Florian Escales deflect the ball off his crossbar (15me). But it is this same Bakwa who will open the scoring, for his own: Josh Maja deploys towards Vital Nsimba on the left wing, the Congolese sends a very good low cross to the ground in the area, and the young man from Bordeaux manages to be converted by accepting the offering in first intention (1-0, 22me).

SM Caen 2-0 Rodez AF

Goals: Mendy (68me) and Essende (71me) for the Normans
Sent off: Abdullah (44me) among the Ruthenians

Beaten 4-0 at Laval last weekend, Caen had to react to D’Ornano. The first half is above all a question of posts, for the Normans: Ali Abdi’s near-surface free kick is deflected by the barrier and crashes into Lionel Mpasi Nzau’s amount (33me), Romain Thomas finds the post (40me). Rodez shoots himself in the foot when Abdel Hakim Abdallah comes to dry Godson Kyeremeh, an intervention too dangerous for the referee who shows the red card (44).me). Alexandre Mendy ends up delivering Caennais by header a good shipment from Abdi (1-0, 68me)then Samuel Essendé quickly doubles down by faking with his right foot and adjusting Mpasi Nzau with his left. (2-0, 71me).

Grenoble Foot 38 1-0 Valenciennes FC

Goal: Chapter (85me) for residents of Grenoble

Despite a fairly dominant match, Grenoble residents had to wait until the end of the match to release the Stade des Alpes. After a good free-kick from the left, Adrien Monfray heads towards Allan Tchaptchet who opens the scoring with a superb volley (1-0, 85me). This is his first professional goal, and it allows Isérois to snatch all three points from him.

EA Guingamp 1-1 SC Bastia

Goals: Kaiboué (86meCSC) for the Bretons // Talal (78me) for the Corsicans
Sent off: Abdoulaye Ndiaye (65me) among the Corsicans

With only two points in their last four games, the Guingampais continue to pedal in grits with this draw. Little ambitious in the first half, the Bretons hit Johny Placide in particular thanks to two free throws. Bastia will even lose Abdoulaye Ndiaye, who receives a dubious red card (65me). But it was the Corsicans who opened the scoring thanks to a great whim from Amine Talal, after a well-taken corner by Sébastien Salles Lamonge (0-1, 78me). Finally, after a good penetration on the right side, Vincent Manceau crosses and forces Kylian Kaiboué to deflect the ball into his own goal. (1-1, 86me).

Chamois Niortais 2-1 Dijon FCO

Goals: Boutobba (90me) and Counted (90me+4) for the Niortais // Assalé (52me) for the Burgundians
Sent off: Xande Silva (76me)

Deprived of victory for seven games and success in Metz on August 27, Dijon will have to wait for the second period to confirm their dominance. After a very good job by Mickaël Le Bihan, who plays with the Niortaise defense and serves Roger Assalé at the far post, the Ivorian opens the scoring for the Burgundians (0-1, 52me). Bilal Boutobba will even miss a penalty, well saved by Baptiste Reynet (70me). But Dijon relaunched the match, when Xande Silva received a deserved red card (76me), and Bilal Boutobba made up for his missed penalty by equalizing with a header in the final moments of the match. (1-1, 90me). Ibrahima Conté even snatches victory from the Niortais, scoring after a long throw-in (2-1, 90me+4). Therefore, it is finally the Chamois, after eight games without a win, who return to success.

Paris FC 0-0 Stade Lavallois MFC

Because one was needed, here is the 0-0 of this multiplex. Paris FC could have got their foot on the ball at Charléty, they never found fault with the promoted player. After their victory against Saint-Étienne, the Parisians are still unable to put together two consecutive wins.

Pau FC 1-0 Nimes Olympique

Goal: Beusnard (26me) for the people of Pau
Sent off: Djiga (35me) in crocodiles

The Palois rely on Steeve Beusnard, who is at the heart of the game and who transplants by going up on his left foot to unleash a sublime shot on the surface at the entrance to the Nîmes skylight (1-0, 26me). Nîmes sees the three points slip away when Nasser Djiga completely annihilates a Pau attack by stopping the ball with his hand, pushing the referee to show him a red card (35me). Erwin Koffi even has a chance to give the hosts a two-goal lead, but his penalty hits both posts without crossing the line (74me).

FC Sochaux-Montbeliard 2-2 Quevilly RM

Goals: Sissoko (57me MS, 90me+5 SP) for Cubs // Ben Youssef (32me) and Soumare (71me) for the Normans

A fifth win in their last five home games, for Sochaux? Syam Ben Youssef disrupts these plans highlighting a corner taken by Mamady Bangré, and placing a header that allows the Normans to open the scoring (0-1, 32me). Louis Mafouta is very close to doubling the lead for QRM, but his shot misses the post by Maxence Prévot (53me). Still, Ibrahim Sissoko allows Sochaux to pick up, converting a penalty with a full shaft shot. (1-1, 57me). However, Issa Soumaré (foul on the penalty) made up for it by finishing off a good cross from the right at first. (1-2, 71me). The Sochaliens still avoid defeat thanks to a late second penalty, converted by Sissoko (2-2, 90me+5).

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