Zapping of National Soccer Hugo Lloris: The great dates in blue
End of the sixth day of Ligue 2 in Roudourou between EA Guingamp and AC Ajaccio. The two teams, which have had a mediocre start to the season, meet again and hope to put in a good performance to relaunch themselves in this championship. At home, the Bretons started strongly, although it was AC Ajaccio who had the first opportunity. Yoann Touzghar is very close to giving his team the advantage but the post saves the Bretons. Continuing the action, Baptiste Roux sends a perfect cross to the far post for Amine El-Ouazzani, who opens the scoring (4th).
Ajaccio does not give up and will try to react, but Stéphane Dumont’s players gain momentum and quickly break the deadlock. Irresistible and unstoppable, Amine El-Ouazzani resists and in the heart of a forest of Ajactian defenders, the Moroccan adjusts Michel with a left-footed shot to score his fourth goal of the season (32nd). Guingamp now clearly dominates the debates and logically leads by two goals at half-time.
Guingamp manages to worsen the score
In the second act, Guingampais entered management mode. EAG gave the ball to AC Ajaccio, who still struggled to look dangerous. On the contrary, in their first clear opportunity in the second act, the Costa Ricans increased the score. After Luvambo’s shot was saved by Michel, Baptiste Guillaume was the fastest to score into an empty goal and definitively decide the fate of the match (78th).
Without making a sound, Guingamp beat AC Ajaccio in style (3-0) and rose to fourth place in the standings, tied on points with Grenoble and three points behind the leader Laval. This is good, Guingampais will go to Stade Francis Le-Basser during next Saturday’s matchday. For its part, Ajaccio lost again and fell to 17th place before hosting Paris FC in a few days.
90’+5′ It’s over!! Deserved victory for En Avant who beat the@ACJaccio !
– At Avant Guingamp (@EAGuingamp) September 18, 2023
To sum up
Great victory for EA Guingamp in two stages against AC Ajaccio. Initially dominant, the Guingampais broke through in the first half hour before doing so in the second, although Baptiste Guillaume allowed his team to win even more clearly.