Easy winner of Dijon (2-0), the SCO is provisional third of Ligue 1 and took advantage of the misstep of Lyon, hooked at the end of the afternoon by Bordeaux. For its part, Nîmes scattered Brest (3-0), while Nantes chained against Montpellier (1-0) and Toulouse dismissed Amiens (2-0). No jolts, but validations.
Angers 2-0 Dijon
Purpose: Muzinga (50e, c. c.) and El Melali (71e) for the SCO.Bordeaux, Metz, and now Dijon, which is a nice 100% success at home this season for the SCO, which did not have much to force to spare a Dijon in bulk (2-0). Quite delicious when you know that at this time, last season, the Angevins were at the bottom of the bucket (three defeats in three games in August). As against Metz last weekend, the men of Stéphane Moulin sent play, intensity and also took advantage of the woes of Jobard, who lost two pawns (Married, Coulibaly). Result, the Dijonnais logically folded in the second half, first on a frightful CSC registered by Muzinga, then on a head of El Melali. 0 + 0 + 0 + 0: fucking mustard.
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Angers (4-2-3-1): Butelle – Bamba, Traoré, Thomas, Ait Nouri – Mangani, Santamaria – El Melali (Thioub, 80e), Capelle, Pereira Lage (Ninga, 58)e) – Alioui. Coach: Stéphane Moulin.
Dijon (3-5-2): Rúnarsson – Coulibaly (Mavididi, 40e), Écuélé Manga, Aguerd – Alphonse, Amalfitano, Ndong, Married (Lautoa, 20e), Muzinga – Baldé, Sammaritano (Mendyl 76)e). Coach: Stéphane Jobard.
Toulouse 2-0 Amiens
Goals: Makengo (50) and Koulouris (59) for Téfécé.Poster the least exciting evening on paper, Toulouse-Amiens will mark the spirits by a number: for the first time since April 2018, Téfécé managed to win a home game by more than one goal. gap. You'll understand: the guinea continues for Luka Elsner, who records a second consecutive defeat while the Amiens have long been the most enterprising at the Stadium. Problem, the lack of realism Picard was punished by the contres Toulousans in the second half and by two knives planted by Makengo and Koulouris, both already scorers this season. Alert: Toulouse is sixth in Ligue 1.
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Toulouse (4-3-3): Reynet – Moreira, Amian, Diakite, Sylla – Boisgard (Sidibe, 67e), Winner, Makengo (Said 78e) – Dossevi, Koulouris, Gradel (Leya, 87e). Coach: Alain Casanova.
Amiens (5-4-1): Gurtner – Jallet, Calabresi, Blin, Lefort, Aleesami – Kakuta, Zungu (Cornette, 72e), Gnahore (Konaté, 62)e), Akolo (Timity, 82e) – Guirassy. Coach: Luka Elsner.
Nantes 1-0 Montpellier
Goal: Touré (85e) for Canaries.
There were two games on Saturday night, at La Beaujoire. The first: the one led by Valentin Rongier in the stands, the FCN captain still hoping for a transfer to OM and having spent all his evening taped to his phone. It seems likely to end on a victory of mid-Nantes, while Ludovic Blas (Guingamp) could be his digital replacement. The second: the one played on the grass, won by the Canaries (1-0) after a physical battle and a match far from spectacular, the fault of Montpellier worn by their victory. the week against Lyon. That's two in a row for Gourcuff. Precious.
The banner point:
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Nantes (4-2-3-1): Lafont – Fábio, Girotto, Pallois, Traore – Toure, Abeid – Bamba (Moutoussamy, 90e 3 +), Louza (Benavente, 82)e), Simon – Coulibaly. Coach: Christian Gourcuff.
Montpellier (3-4-3): Rulli – Pedro Mendes, Hilton, Congre – Souquet, The Tallec (Ristić, 87e), Ferri, Oyongo – Laborde, Mollet (Dolly, 77e), Delort (Camara, 87)e). Coach: Michel Der Zakarian.
Nimes 3-0 Brest
Goals: Ferhat (2e), Valls (33)e) and Denkey (90e 3 +) for the Crocos.
Thunder on Brest. Unable to win in Ligue 1 this season, the Crocos dreamed of turning the promoted cream muslin. Bingo: worn by a Zinedine Ferhat in fusion and scorer after just two minutes, Nîmes wandered home (3-0) and spread the Dall'Oglio band on the table, thanks in particular to a first half conjugable to more than perfect. The way ? Centers galore, a great discipline, a ball mostly left to the opponent and waves sent against. Nimes, in short, what we had not seen too much in the first three days, except during the last twenty minutes in Monaco (2-2) last Sunday, and what was magnified by the wonder built by Theo Valls at half an hour of play. That's all? No, Kevin Denkey hit again on his first ball and scored again, via a monstrous return. Boum.
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Nîmes (4-4-2): Bernardoni – Alakouch, Briancon, Martinez, Miguel – Ferhat, Deaux, Valls (Sarr, 85e), Philippoteaux (Denkey, 90)+ 2 e) – Duljević (Fomba, 57)e), Ripart. Coach: Bernard Blaquart.
Brest (4-5-1): Larsonneur – Falconer, Castelletto, Chardonnet, Perraud – Court (Autret, 75e), Diallo, Battocchio (Cardona, 46e), Lasne, Grandsir (Belkebla, 46)e) – Charbonnier. Coach: Olivier Dall'Oglio.
By Maxime Brigand