Ligue 2 (Day 6) – Lorient surprised by Guingamp after a disappointing derby
The stake was real this Saturday afternoon at Moustoir (6th day of League 2). Lorient had to recover his leadership position. Guingamp finally wanted to win a victory away from his bases, and make his appearance in the first part of the table. The surprise came late in the game, with the goal against his camp The door caused by the re-entrant, Ludovic Blas (0-1).
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After 4 minutes of play, we thought that derby could be spectacular. Pierrotstumbling on Nardi (4th), responded to the out-of-frame head of Hamel (2nd). Two very frank occasions. Almost the only two of the party. Almost, because we do not conceal the parade, feet, Caillard on a point-and-shoot shot of Pooch (18th), and again the stop on a narrow angle shot ofHamel shortly before the break (41st).
Blas, a decisive comeback
For the rest, many far-off strikes, like those of Phiri in the second half for a In Before consistent, if not decisive in the finishing area. Even if bare was not far from finding the fault. It needed a decisive return of The door to counter a dangerous shot (73 '). To note that Guingamp had an exceptional bench (Ba, Gomis, Ngbakoto, Roux, Blas). Strong choices made by Patrice Lair who have rather borne fruit.
Because on the meadow, the Guingampais gave a hard time to the now ex-leader of L2. Because replacements, like Ludovic Blas, weighed at the end of the game. End who saw precisely the attacker see his center be countered by The door… in his own nets (0-1, 89th). A victory far from being undeserved against hakes less frisky than usual. Less binder, fewer combinations, fewer spaces and … more inaccuracies. Hence a defeat far from being illogical …
The match sheet
Lorient: Nardi – Hergault, Laporte, Saunier, The Goff – Abergel (Marveaux, 64th), Lemoine, The Fairy (Ponceau, 81st), Cabot, Wissa (Lecoeuche, 81st) – Hamel
Guingamp : Caillard – Palun, EboaEboa, Niakate, Mellot – Phiri, Valdivia, Merghem (Ngbakoto, 77th), Pelé – Pierrot (Gomis, 83rd), Rodelin (Blas, 62nd).
The goal : Laporte csc (89th) for Guingamp.
The cardboards : Abergel (25th), Valdivia (57th) for Lorient; Pelé (27th) for Guingamp.