18 goals scored in four games: no, you are not in the Premier League but in Ligue 1, on a Sunday. Back on a prolific afternoon, counting for the 10th day.
The crazy scenario: Miraculous Lens against Reims
Goals in shambles, improbable csc, turnaround: Lens-Reims has gathered all the ingredients for a totally crazy match (4-4). Led 2-1 in the last quarter of an hour, Lens came back to Reims with a goal against his camp from the unfortunate Foket. The usual Champagne right-back, replaced on the left, took over a Lensois center in the empty goal when there was no apparent danger.
Two minutes later, it is another csc from Lensois Medina who gives the advantage to the Rémois. Then, with a sublime slalom, Dia thought of giving the victory to his team. It was without counting on Sotoca. At the very end of the match, the blood and gold striker allowed his team to equalize with two goals in two minutes (90th, 90th + 1). Lens even thought of snatching the victory after a Reims hand in the box. But after recourse to video, the referee finally canceled the penalty. In the standings, Reims remains at the bottom of the table (16th), while Lens is 11th.
The box: Angers walks to Nîmes (5-1)
50 seconds is the time it took for Angers midfielder Pereira Lage to open the scoring in Nîmes. On the momentum of this express goal, the SCO took place, thanks in particular to a double from Bahoken and the first goal from Diony in his new colors, on penalty. Stéphane Moulin’s men have a second success away from home, after their victory in Rennes. Nîmes, 18th, suffered a fourth consecutive defeat.
The perf ‘: Raccioppi and Oukidja, stronger than the shooters
Raccioppi-Oukidja, 1-1. Like the final score of the meeting (1-1), the two goalkeepers parted in a draw, with a penalty each stopped. For his first Ligue 1 meeting, the Dijonese Anthony Raccioppi stopped Opa Nguette’s attempt. Successful baptism for the Swiss international hopefuls. For his part, Alexandre Oukidja has hijacked Mounir Chouiar’s attempt. But the two goalkeepers bowed on strikes from Dijon Baldé and Messin Yade. Always last, Dijon is the only Ligue 1 team not to have won this season.
The wink: Gourcuff, winning coaching
It was his derby. Lorient, his club of always, against Nantes, his current formation. At the Moustoir stadium, Christian Gourcuff waited before making his first attacking change. The Breton technician launched Kader Bamba in the 77th minute. Three short minutes later, Marcus Coco’s replacement opened the scoring with a cross shot from the left (80th). Three minutes later, Ludovic Blas allowed Nantes to give a little more scale to the result (2-0).
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