The situation is starting to get very worrying. Eight days after being clearly beaten (0-3) by Clermont, FC Chambly was once again slapped in Auxerre (4-0) this Saturday evening. During a meeting preceded by a vibrant tribute paid to Bruno Martini, the former Auxerre goalkeeper who died on Tuesday at the age of 58, Thibault Jaques’ partners were subjected to the law of Burgundians inspired and effective. After eight days, they only have one victory, two draws and five losses. They are now in last place in the standings.
The fact of the match: the opening of the scoring of Mickaël Le Bihan
While the first quarter of an hour turned out to be of little interest, FC Chambly will give in on the first real opposing opportunity. On a corner from the right of Hamza Sakhi, goalkeeper Xavier Pinoteau, who replaced the usual holder Simon Pontdemé (not retained in the group), is lobed by a ball whose trajectory he misjudged. The Bihan does not pray to catapult the ball into the net, with his head (1-0, 16th). Barely three minutes later, Rémy Dugimont doubled the bet (2-0, 20th).
The turning point of the match: Chambly’s double opportunity
There are a handful of seconds left before the referee whistles half-time. Well served in the area by Maxence Derrien, Shaquil Delos unleashes a terrible strike from the left which crashes on the amount of Donovan Leon. In the process, Cyril Zabou combines with Guillaume Heinry and center for Bastian Badu, at the near post. The attempt of the Camblysian center-forward is deflected at the last minute for a corner by the Auxerre porter. FC Chambly returned to the locker room with three goals behind, and let slip their last hopes of returning to the game.
The number: 0
With this great success, AJ Auxerre is slowly becoming one of Chambly’s pet peeves. In four confrontations, the Picard club has never succeeded in winning against the Burgundians. Last season, Bruno Luzi’s men were largely bowed at home (1-4), recording their first setback after a very good start to the season (3 wins, 3 draws). And in the return match, on February 15, they shared the points at the Abbé-Deschamps stadium (0-0). However, the blow was not gone far on January 7, 2012, in the 32nd finals of the Coupe de France, but the Ajaïstes had won in extremis in Amiens (0-1 ap) for the first meeting between the two clubs. They were then playing in Ligue 1, while the Camblysiens were residents of CFA 2 (ex-National 3).
AUXERRE – CHAMBLY: 4-0 (3-0).
Referee: M. Gaillouste.
Goals. Le Bihan (17th, 29th, 49th), Dugimont (20th).
Warnings. Auxerre: Bernard (19th); Chambly: Driver (assistant manager, 45th).
Auxerre: Léon – Arcus, Jubal, Coeff, Bernard (Boto, 53rd) – Hein (Ngando, 73rd), Touré (cap.) – Sakhi, Autret (Ndom, 65th), Dugimont (Fortuné, 65th) – Le Bihan (Begraoui , 73rd). Entr. : Furlan.
Chambly: Pinoteau – Danger (Callegari, 66th), Gonzalez, Jaques (cap.), Camelo, El Hriti – B. Doucouré (Zabou, 38th), Derrien (Flochon, 66th), Heinry – Delos (Correa, 56th), Badu (Stojanovski, 46th). Entr. : B. Luzi.
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