Football – Ligue 1 – 6th day: Lens shows all its heart in Reims, Lorient continues to surprise

Football – Ligue 1 – 6th day: Lens shows all its heart in Reims, Lorient continues to surprise

Football – Ligue 1 – 6th day: Lens shows all its heart in Reims, Lorient continues to surprise

Reims-Lens: 1-1

Even pushed, Lens has resources. In Reims, the Sang et Or believed they had suffered their first real setback after four wins and one draw. Barred four minutes after his entry (66th), Deiver Machado made people rush him after the hour, as Reims took advantage of their numerical superiority five minutes later. Thanks to whom? A Folarin Balogun, obviously, the author at close range of his fifth goal of the season (1-0, 71 °).

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And it was another “inevitable” to answer him: Loïs Openda immediately equalized with the head, after a great aerial duel won by Florian Sotoca, scoring for the fourth time in four games (1-1, 82nd). Andrew Gravillon then Openda, always him, could have swayed the meeting to one side or the other, in vain. Franck Haise’s men are still unbeaten after six days and remain on the podium. Even those of Oscar Garcia are starting to create a good series, with now four consecutive matches without defeat.

  • In short : After Lyon, Lens. The greats certainly have a hard time winning by winning in Champagne.

Ajaccio-Lorient: 0-1

Lorient is moving forward again. Thanks to a goal from Dango Ouattara after a great collective action, Les Merlus signed the third win in five L1 games to score 10 points and temporarily settle in sixth place with one game less. Four days after Lens’s slap (5-2), the Bretons confirmed their promising start to the season by relaunching on Ajaccio’s lawn, which certainly won’t get there for the return to L1. Unable to be truly dangerous, the courses have not yet won this season and have recorded five defeats in six days …

  • In short : The season promises to be long for Ajaccio.

Brest-Strasbourg: 1-1

Brest can’t take it anymore. After the blow against Montpellier (0-7), the Breton club is in trouble. Beaten in Rennes (3-1) on Wednesday, the Finisterians suffered a draw on the lawn against Strasbourg. If the Alsatians are still looking for their first hit of the season, it’s not infamous on paper. Except that Strasbourg played at 10 after the expulsion of Sanjin Prcic in the 31st. And Brest didn’t know how to take advantage of it. After opening the scoring of Pierre Lees-Melou (6th), the Breton club saw Ludovic Ajorque equalize from the spot (27th) and the dismissal therefore did not change anything. Brest and Strasbourg remain stuck in 17th and 18th place.

  • In short : The slap against Montpellier left its mark on Brest.

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Clermont-Toulouse: 2-0

Two teams left on two losses in a row met this Sunday at the Stade Gabriel Montpied. And after an interesting start to the season, it was TFC that sank, confirming its great setback. In a rather poor match of shots on goal – three for Clermont, four for Toulouse – it was the locals who found the key, on a set piece. Well placed at the far post, Maxime Gonalons scored his first goal in nearly six years (1-0, 46th).

The Violets try to come back in the second act, when a free kick from Branco van den Boomen ends up under the crossbar. But Pascal Gastien’s men take the break in injury time, thanks to the arrival of Muhammed Cham (2-0, 96th), symbol of the perfect management of the Clermont coach’s squad. Third victory synonymous with 8th place for Clermont, while Toulouse is on the edge of the red zone.

  • In short : Victories, defeats, victories … Clermont, all or nothing. One of three teams without a draw this season.

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