Angers, Troyes and Ajaccio beaten, Nice clinging to Nantes

Angers, Troyes and Ajaccio beaten, Nice clinging to Nantes

Nantes-Nice: 2-2

Twice led by goals from Terem Moffi who, on a corner, took advantage of a very loose marking by Jaouen Hadjam (5th), and Youssouf Ndayishimiye on a pass from Moffi (71st), Antoine Kombouaré’s men found the resources to pick up the score each time.

First on a header from Moussa Sissoko on a free kick from Ludovic Blas (31st) then at the very end of the game, still with a header, thanks to Mostafa Mohamed (88th) who came into play a few minutes earlier (65th). Dominating, the players of Didier Digard conceded a penalty by Dante, which Blas sent to the bar (35th), but they remain undefeated with the former Le Havre on the bench. Nantes, after three defeats in a row in the Championship, reaps again.

Ajaccio-Montpellier: 0-1

Technically imprecise, which often annoyed Michel Der Zakarian, the Montpellier residents have long come up against a well-organized Corsican team, brave but very limited in the game. Even Téji Savanier, the Hérault captain, suffered against the promoted but it is nevertheless him, on a returning corner, which found the head of Elye Wahi (68th), entered eight minutes earlier.

The tenth assist of the season for the captain, the tenth goal for the young French striker. Ajaccio, unable to hold a draw in 2023 (10 losses, 2 wins) is sinking dangerously.

Angers-Toulouse: 0-2

Faced with this polystyrene Angevin team, it is enough to wait quietly for the fault. Against the last of L1 (2 draws, 17 defeats over the last 19 days), Toulouse did like everyone else and took their three points, without forcing themselves too much: a goal from Mikkel Desler who took advantage of an off-time exit from Paul Bernardoni (37th) then a collective action as in training to pierce a buttery Angevin defense, once again punished by Thijs Dallinga (47th). An action sums up the Angevin season: the incredible failure of Souleyman Doumbia all alone in front of the empty goal (89th)…

Lorient-Troyes: 2-0

The quality of the Breton collective did not find an extension in the score and the teammates of Enzo Le Fée, still very good, had to wait for additional time and a goal from Stéphane Diarra (90th + 2) to double the bet.

Previously, Bamba Dieng, the rookie this winter, had scored his second goal in the colors of Lorient by doing it twice after taking advantage of a failed recovery from the Aube defense and a percussion from Romain Faivre, l another recruit from the transfer window (9th). Dieng found the fault a second time but was flagged offside (17th). Troyes showed little or nothing and, without a win since January 2, he remains stuck at the bottom of the table.

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