Football / League 1. Lens coordinates its position as runner-up, closer to the Rennes stage

Lorient 1 – Bordeaux 1

Bordeaux can’t do that yet. Girondins, who wanted to take advantage of Lorient’s bad pass, was only able to bring back one point from Brittany.

However, for his first goal in the L1 since his arrival this summer, through his Honduran international Albert Ellis, they just opened the scoring after the break.

But Lorient, who dominated the meeting, was rewarded for his efforts when Laborte equalized with a header at the end of the game. But this draw between two teams that have not won for weeks will not help anyone.

Renes 1 – Strasbourg 0

The misfortunes of anger (2-2 at Saint-Etienne on Friday) and Lyon (2-3 at Nice) delight Renes. Rouge et Noir continues to wander in their brilliant movement: Rojan is crushed by Strasbourg at the park, and they snatch victory at the end of the game.

It was Bruno Genecio’s men’s return to the base of the podium in anticipation of Marcel’s decision against Paris SG in the evening, their sixth win in seven matches.

Reims 1 – Troys 2

Holding the day is Troy’s job. Apoise, who dominated the first period in the Rhymes, showed realism to equalize before the break (40th).

For its part, the Champagne Club took the lead very quickly (6th), blaming itself for not knowing how to kill the match if possible. In the rankings, the Trojans, with this second win in a row, return to 15th place, beating its neighbors, while Reims slipped to 16th place.

Lens 4 – Mets1

The lens did not let the suspicion settle. Defeated at Montpellier (0-1) last weekend, Chung Ed or the forward march dominated the FC Mets very easily (4-1) and started again at Pollard Stadium this Sunday.

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But the outcome of the meeting may have been completely different. When the campus took a 2-1 lead, Messin Sar equalized with a header (65th), which was abandoned before the referee canceled the goal. In the back, the Cornets had a few more minutes before collapsing, not letting the lens fly at this point, thanks to goals from Kanako (83rd) and then Frankowski (90th).


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