OGC Nice wins without shining, Montpellier falls in Angers, Lorient continues against Nantes

After wins from RC Lens, PSG and OM, day seven of Ligue 1 continues this Sunday with the traditional multiplier and four posters scheduled for 3pm at Stade François-Coty, hosted by AC Ajaccio, championship bottom, OGC Nice, defeated by Monaco last weekend and starter Complex for the season (1 win, 2 draws, 3 defeats). Without her supporters banned from traveling to Corsica, the gym stumbled on its first-period match. Barring a few situations, like this missed air strike by Delort just before the break, the Aiglons struggled against determined but inaccurate locals.

OGC Nice is doing well thanks to Delort…

Upon returning from the locker room, the technical waste was still present and it was finally necessary to wait for a gesture of great class to see the result develop. Finding Delort in the area on the corner, he controlled his ball with his chest and followed it up with a superb return from the right that knocked Leroy (0-1, 66). In the aftermath, Barkley, who had just played, found the ACA position (71st position). whatever. Disappointing in the match, OGC Nice nonetheless kept two clean sheets to win by the smallest of margins. A success (1-0) allowed Lucien Favre’s men to move up to 12th. Ajaccio is the most red lantern ever in Ligue 1.

In other matches, fifth-placed Lorient and author of a more than attractive start to the 2022-2023 financial year, FC Nantes, who defeated Olympiacos (2-1), on Thursday evening, welcomed into their first outing in the tournament. European League. Bolder in the first moments, the Canaries were logically rewarded. Ganago took advantage of a corner kick that Merlin headed with a header (0-1, 13 points). Buoyed by the confidence built up since the appeal, Hakes wasn’t long in coming back. With a superb free kick, Ouattara made his own (1-1, 19). A world-balanced meeting finally opened an hour later when Lorient’s new recruit Kathleen found the top corner at Lafont (2-1, 60).

Lorient confirms her great start, a first for Angers!

At the start of the last quarter of the hour, Kony, sent by Ouattara, broke to boost FCL’s success, even if Simon trimmed the mark in the last moments (3-2, 85). With this new victory, Lorient climbed to fourth place. Nantes is sixteen. At the Municipal Stadium, Toulouse Football Club greeted for its part, Stade de Reims, who have been unbeaten in the past four days. In exchange for Remo’s inaccuracy in the first act, the Bichun opened the scoring by way of Abu Khalil (1-0, 31). Up front at the break, despite some defensive concerns, Tevesi maintained their edge in the second half.

More worried when they came back from the locker room, Toulouse took advantage of Phelps’ expulsion (61) to keep a clean sheet and pocket three valuable points. Violet is now in tenth place. For its part, Reims slipped to fifteenth place. Finally, at Stade Raymond-Kopa, Angers’ SCO, the Orphan with the lowest victory since recovery, passed Swords with Montpellier, who finished eighth at the start. A meeting that quickly turned in Herault’s favour, since Norden took advantage of a Moasa position to open the scoring (0-1, 7). Stung Raw, Gérald Baticle’s men, despite everything, managed to equalize by step through Hunou, the opportunist after a powerful shot from Ounahi (1-1, 7).

Despite such an intense start to the match, the rest turned out to be much calmer and both teams bounced back at the break. Angers displayed a more winning face in the second act, finally capitalizing on the penalty point. After a foul from the Montpellier goalkeeper on Hono, who is very active in this match, Bouval changed the sentence (2-1, 69). In the last quarter of the hour, the SCO believed that the first half missed a triple opportunity (82). The main thing, in spite of everything, was earned: three points for the squad to Valery, who, on the other hand, remained in the nineteenth place in the championship. MHSC is still eighth.

All results are at 3 pm

  • Ajaccio 0-1 cute – good : Delort (66)

  • Lorient 3-2 Nantes: Ouattara (19), Kathleen (60), Kony (74) / Janago (13) and Simon (85)

  • Angers 2-1 Montpellier: Hono (9) and Beauval (69, Seb) / Norden (7)

  • Toulouse 1-0 Reis: Abu Khal (31)

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