On the 25th day of Ligue 2, Ajaccio won on the lawn of the red lantern, Orleans, thus consolidating his place on the podium. At the same time, Paris FC pulled out of the red zone, benefiting from its short victory against Le Havre. Everything started well for Ajaccio this […]
When 25th day of Ligue 2, Ajaccio won on the lawn of the red lantern, Orleans, thus consolidating his place on the podium. At the same time, Paris FC pulled out of the red zone, benefiting from its short victory against Le Havre. Everything started well for Ajaccio this Friday on the lawn of Orleans. Or at least, the nightmare quickly took shape if one takes the side of the residents of the stadium at La Source. From a fabulous lob in the central circle, Gaetan Courtet opened the scoring (40th), precipitating the red lantern towards his 4th defeat in a row. The Corsican striker offered himself a double (77th) while his fellow attacker, Hugo Cuypers also stood out (71st). ACA returns to success and consolidates its 3rd place while Didier Olle-Nicolle’s men remain at the bottom of the class. As for the Charlety stadium, Paris FC has won a short but oh so precious head. Jeremy Menez (11th) early game completion unlocked the situation and, at the same time, extracted the club from the capital from the red zone. This 2nd victory in a row allows Rene Girard’s men to outpace Niort (18th) by two points. Chamois fell for their part at Grenoble (3-1). The scorers are named Jessy Benet (6th), Moussa Kalilou Djitte (85th), Willy Semedo (90th + 2) and Guy-Marcelin Kilama (57th) in favor of the visitors. The good operation of the evening is carried out by Troyes, victorious on the wire in Caen thanks to Lenny Pintor (90th). The Aube club is positioned at one point of the podium. As for the Valenciennes, they pocketed a success as important as stunning against Sochaux (3-2). Led 0-2 following goals in a minute by Sofiane Diop (10th) and Abdoulaye Sane (11th), the Northerners gave their money back to the Lion Cubs following the back-to-back achievements of Noah Diliberto (69th) and Kevin Cabral ( 70th). The deliverance finally came from Malek Chergui (80th). The other two meetings of the day ended in a goalless draw. Auxerre failed to make a difference at home against Chambly. Le Mans suffered the same fate on its ground against Rodez.