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Ligue 2: winner of Caen, Paris FC consolidates its leadership position

The arrival of Caen was a good test for Paris FC. In a new pink jersey (for the pink October operation), René Girard’s players spent it without a hitch this Saturday afternoon at the Charléty stadium. The Parisians have won their 7th victory in 9 games and continue to prance at the top of Ligue 2. It is starting to get more and more interesting …

What to remember: the strength of character of Paris FC

Even with significant absentees, Gaëtan Belaud and the revelation of L2 Gaëtan Laura, and even missing his start to the match, Paris FC continues to win. If Vincent Demarconnay stops the penalty from Mendy (4th), he must bow on a strike from Bammou, who grew up near the Charléty stadium and started in the Paris region (ACBB, Evry), after a new lost ball (0-1 , 13th). After a strike from Ali Abdi on the post (16th), Demarconnay is still decisive on a masterful double-stop against Mendy then Nsona (31st). For his first tenure, Warren Caddy, the joker from Sète (National) takes over a center from Guilavogui (33rd). But just before half-time, Ousmane Kanté equalized with a header from a corner and scored his second game of the season (1-1, 43rd). Caddy, who makes Rivierez run wild in the area, gets a penalty upon resumption. Julien Lopez transforms it (2-1, 49th) and scores his 4th goal of the season. On a new penalty, Caddy celebrates his arrival at the PFC by scoring his first Parisian goal (3-1, 70th). The best attack of L2 (17 goals now) took the best on the best defense. Caen who conceded 3 goals had only taken 4 so far.

The turning point of the match: the double save of Vincent Demarconnay

While Paris FC was led (0-1), Vincent Demarconnay, who had already stopped a penaty (4th) made a double save against Mendy and Nsona (31st) which allows his team to stay in the match.

The number: 8

The number of points which now separate Paris FC from Caen. With this 7th victory in 9 matches, the Parisian leader distanced himself from one of the candidates declared for the climb.

Man of the Match: Warren Caddy

The joker, who arrived 15 days ago from Sète where he was 2nd National scorer to replace Lamine Diaby Fadiga with hamstring surgery, replaced Gaëtan Laura as center-forward. The 23-year-old striker, who started in L2 at the age of 17 with AC Ajaccio before returning to the amateur box (Grasse, Colomiers, Sète) is very promising for his first start. Very active, he caused a penalty (49th) after a series of dribbles on Riviriez then transformed one (70th). A first goal in his new colors which he celebrated with a nice somersault.

The reaction

“The start was difficult. But Vincent (Demarconnay) gets us out of monstrous stops. We managed to stay calm and then we did a good job. We have success but we have been able to find it. Caen is 8 points? It’s good to show our strength to the big engines. The road is long but we still won with a lot of absentees. Our strength is that we have a real group. We have never been able to play with our typical team but everyone is there and I like it. It’s interesting for the future. Warren Caddy? It’s a nice surprise. There are a lot of satisfactions. As for Mr. Dupraz, I will not waste my time talking about him. To me, he doesn’t represent anything in football and he knows it. Rather, I wish to bring my thoughts to Bruno Martini, a friend who has passed away. He was someone. “

René Girard, Paris FC coach

Match sheet

PARIS FC – CAEN 3-1

Half-time: 1-1

Goals. Paris FC: Kanté (43rd), Lopez (49th sp), Caddy (70th sp); Caen: Bammou (13th)

Warnings. Paris FC: Demarconnay (3rd), Nomenjanahary (41st); Caen: Oniangue (7th), Nsona (32nd), Pi (35th), Rivierez (49th), Mendy (66th).

Expulsion. Caen: Rivierez (60th).

Paris FC: Demarconnay – Abdi, Bamba, Kanté, Hanin – Mandouki (cap.), Pitroipa, Nomenjanahary (Camara, 83rd) – Guilavogui (Arab, 63rd), Caddy, Lopez (Martin, 83rd). Entr .: Girard.

Caen: Péan – Vandermersch (Deminguet, 77th), Rivierez (cap.), Weber, Mbengue – Pi (Beka Beka, 63rd), Oniangué, Court (Touré, 63rd) – Bammou, Mendy (Jeannot, 74th), Nsona (Gonçalves, 63rd ). Entr .: Dupraz.

Article original de: www.leparisien.fr

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