1-1 at Poissy: not that bad for C’Chartres Football

There is no longer an undefeated team in Group A of National 2. Versailles, the leader, fell for the first time this season, 1-0 in Caen, this Saturday, November 20, at the end of the day. midday. A little later, C’Chartres Football did not take full advantage of this defeat, missing a close to four lengths. With a 1-1 draw at Poissy, the formation of Jean-Pierre Papin grabbed a single point. Frustrating? Not really.

premium C’Chartres Football diminished against Clément Chantôme’s Poissy, this Saturday evening

The Eurelian clan even rather welcomed this rather logical result. Because he was deprived of four elements (Archimbaud, Traoré, Hémia and Haddadou) including three usual holders. Because we had to break the spiral after two defeats, 3-2 in Lorient and 2-1 against Guingamp, to regain some confidence. And because the scenario of the match did not give him much regrets.

Against the course of the game

On the lawn of a tough opponent, which only Saint-Pryvé and Lorient had so far managed to tame, the debates turned out to be rather balanced, each having had its strong period. The CCF dominated the first while the second tilted in favor of the Yvelinois. Both resulted in a parity score.

In a fairly quiet context, Chartres therefore entered the match best. The Euréliens pressed high, recovering interesting balloons, and struck in the axis as on the sides. Without succeeding in converting. A recurring problem lately. Several free kicks did nothing, and above all, after a one-two with Sidibé, Louzif, who could have given back to his attacker, missed the frame face-to-face with Soumaré (15 ‘).

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The sanction fell directly. Poissy, who had previously come only once in the area of ​​Crépel for a recovery from Touré alongside (9 ‘), opened the scoring against the course of the game. Thanks to Dembélé, on a pivot strike (1-0, 21’ ).

Fleury first

Chartres did not give the impression of accusing the blow and immediately went on the offensive, the defenders not hesitating to bring in the excess. The opportunities swept in: a shot from Soukouna countered in extremis by a defender (31 ‘), a goal from the head of Malaga refused for a previous foul (31’) then a recovery over Sidibé on a cross from Fleury (34 ‘).

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The reward for the take-over came just before the break. On a corner taken by Gazeau, the Sidibé-Malaga duo extended to the far post for a victorious header from Fleury (1-1). His first goal in N2 of the season.

It was definitely the best time to get back into the game. CCF supporters then imagined that their favorites would definitely break free when they returned from the locker room to tighten the noose a little more. None of that.

Less convincing

In this second act, the Chartrains had much more difficulty to combine. Their block stretched out a bit too much and the balloons were systematically sent to Sidibé, a precious fulcrum. Nothing to worry about Soumaré once in 45 minutes.

Meanwhile, Poissy was sharper with a growing influence in the middle of Chantôme, the former double champion of France with Paris SG, and especially of the transition game. It took a lot of vigilance to contain Djedje, Dembélé or Touré. The CFF showed it even if Crépel had to intervene on a return of the third (82 ‘).

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Failing to win, the CCF therefore knew not to lose. It’s not that bad …

AS POISSY – C’CHARTRES FOOTBALL : 1-1 (1-1). Yvelines, Léo-Lagrange Stadium. Referee: M. Richard. About 400 spectators.
Buts. For Poissy: Dembélé (21); for Chartres: Fleury (43).
Warnings. In Poissy: Dembélé (76), Chantôme (85); in Chartres: Danfa (26), Palbrois (59), Gazeau (81).
AS Poissy :Soumaré – Betehe, Skolski, Sylva, Thetika, Chantôme, Djedje, Rouane, Dembélé, Touré, Gassama. Not used: Arnaud, Thumarin, Palhares, Sebastiao, Lina. Entr. : W. Aïchour.
C’Chartres Football:Crépel – Palbrois, Picot (S. Fofana, 86 ‘), Malaga, Soukouna, Danfa, Louzif, Gazeau, Sidibé, Colas (koné, 70’), Fleury. Not used: A. Fofana, Vilmercati, Barry (gar). Entr. JP. Papin.

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