Bastia overthrows Le Havre and breathes life into Ligue 2

After the end of the adventure in the Coupe de France, sounded by FC Nantes in the quarter-finals (2-0), Bastia returned to the daily life of Ligue 2 and a fierce fight for maintenance. And he negotiated this turn very well by overcoming Le Havre at Stade Océane (4-2), this Monday evening, at the end of the 24th day.

The start was however delicate for the Corsicans. Régis Brouard’s men conceded two penalties in quick succession, transformed by Himad Abdelli (8th) then by the young 18-year-old striker Matthis Abline (15th).

Bastia did not give up however and came back to score, first thanks to a sublime strike from captain Christophe Vincent (24th), then by Kevin Schur (30th), heading a ball that had bounced off the bar. transverse.

Le Havre spoils again

It was also with the head that Franck Magri punished from a corner (56th) the totally apathetic Le Havre at the start of the second period. Picked cold, the players of Paul Le Guen then failed to come back up to the Bastiais, despite the situations of Abline (71st) and Alexandre Bonnet (85th), and cracked on the ultimate against Bastiais, concluded by Antony Robic using the crossbar (90th+4).

With this precious success – the first in Ligue 2 for a month – the Corsicans have climbed to 15th place, four points from the red zone. For its part, Le Havre signs a fifth consecutive match without a win and fails to pick up the qualifying places for the play-offs.

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