Gap remains leader after its victory against Amiens, Grenoble new runner-up



The Wolf Burners are now the only undefeated in the Magnus League. Grenoble indeed won 5-4 at Cergy-Pontoise this Friday evening during the 5th day of the championship, not without being scared at the end of the match: despite a 5-2 advantage, the Isérois saw the Jokers come back to a small unit 95 seconds from term. Captain Patrick Coulombe missed the equalizer, allowing the teammates of Kyle Hardy, author of a double, to seize second place, behind Gap, who consolidated his chair as leader by winning 2- 1 against Amiens.

Angers and Bordeaux share third place after Bordeaux's victory in overtime (2-1). The Boxers were able to count on a big game from their goalkeeper Clément Fouquerel, author of 37 saves.

In the other matches of the evening, Chamonix got the better of Briançon (3-2 after extra time), while Mulhouse won (2-1) against the Rouen Dragons thanks to a goal by Teemu Loizeau. Anglet still brings up the rear after their 6-5 defeat against Nice, and has still not won this season.



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