Le Havre takes off, Metz gets closer to the podium

Le Havre takes off, Metz gets closer to the podium

If there are still twelve days left, Ligue 2 has taken on a new tone after the snatch victory of Le Havre against Laval (2-1)the Norman leader taking two points from his runner-up Bordeaux, hooked at home by Saint-Étienne (1-1).

With a nine-point lead, Luka Elsner’s men see the L1 but the evening was complicated with a double error from the defense which Jordan Adéoti took advantage of at the start of the game (10th) before Antoine Joujou equalized in stride ( 16th). This quick reaction did not allow the people of Le Havre to take an advantage over the Laval residents and they had to wait for the end of the match and a goal from Arouna Sangante to win definitively (79th).

A little further in the standings, Metz, easy winner of Annecy (0-3), picks up at Sochaux (3rd) who face Caen on Monday. Facing the heroes of the Coupe de France, OM scorers, Laszlo Bölöni’s men took the lead thanks to the best director of the L2, Georges Mikautadze, who scored his thirteenth and fourteenth goals of the season in the Championship ( 27th and 83) while Youssef Maziz had doubled the bet shortly after halftime (50th).

Rodez is no longer a red lantern

Another prolific attack, that of Bastia. With four goals scored in Nîmes (4-2) thanks to Kapitbafan Djoco, Frank Magri, Kevin Van den Kerkhof and Yohan Baï, the Corsicans also operate a nice close with the top of the standings five points from the Girondins. Régis Brouard’s players even take two points from Quevilly, hung at home by Valenciennes (1-1)and three in Grenoble beaten on the field of Dijon (1-0). The Dijonnais do not leave the red zone (17th) but are only one point behind Pau, beaten in Amiens (1-0) while Rodez, winner on the field of Niort (3-2)abandoned his red lantern in favor of his opponent of the day and Nîmes.

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