Lille beats Lorient, Montpellier falls against Troyes

Lille beats Lorient, Montpellier falls against Troyes

Midweek but from the French League! In fact, the LFP took advantage of this week with no national or European competition to be three games late. Starting with Lille Lorient, counting to day 20, due to Covid combinations in both teams. A few hours after introducing Hatem Ben Arfa as the new Lilo – he didn’t make sense on the scoring list – the Mastiff largely did the job with a 3-1 win against Breton. Very quickly, the locals advanced with a goal from Lihji in the tenth minute. The former OM took advantage of a block by David and Nardi and then blocked by Pétrot to send the leather to the bottom.

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Very quickly, Lil doubled the bet, with a little help from Hake. In a shot from Yilmaz, Nardi deflected but the ball deflected to Jens who, unhappy, put the ball into his net (19). The dominance of Lille and Reinildo continued, with a header, he scored his first goal in France in this free kick by Sanchez (30). Jocelyn Jorvinek’s men, very in control, continued to create chances until the break. Returning from the locker room, Lorient began attacking a bit more, but not enough to destabilize the French champions, before that goal from Sumano in overtime. With this success, Lille continues its rise in the standings and advances to eighth place, a few points away from the Champions League places! Lorient is still a barrage.

Gameiro hit!

For its part, ESTAC Montpellier hosted this match for the 20th day as well, which was postponed at the time. After their defeat in Strasbourg last weekend after a good string of victories, the Montpelliers continued another poor performance (1–0 defeat). It has to be said that Tigi Savagnier’s teammates had a hard time maneuvering their opponents today, and were well placed in front of his rooftop. And it would have been more complicated with Pailladin’s playmaker being fired after an hour. Enough to quell Olivier Dall’Oglio’s offensive ambitions… Then, it happened… Chavaleren followed up with a superb unstoppable shot after Rodriguez’s serve (74). A fresh defeat still prevents MHSC, now ninth, from getting onto the European bandwagon. ESTAC is breathing at the bottom of the table, especially with the defeat of Claremont and Lorient, and ascending to the fifteenth step of the standings.

Finally, on behalf of the 19th day of the tournament this time, Clermont moved to the side of Strasbourg. In an excellent dynamic, the Alsatians added a new victory to their balance sheet (2-0). Throughout the first period, the visitors had to wait until the 44th minute for Gameiro, with a gentle dive, to score (44). In the second half, Racing continued to dominate, with a very dangerous gamero in the last meters in particular. But it is Clermontois – Hauntungi – who will score the second Alsatian goal against his team in the 77th minute. With the three points in hand, Strasbourg climbed to fourth place. Clermont is seventeen.

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