End of series for Paris FC beaten by Clermont
It was the top-of-the-table shock of this 34th day and it was Clermont who emerged victorious (1-0), ending Pau’s series of nine unbeaten matches. The Clermontois had the first big chance of the match thanks to Jim Allevinah, who forced Vincent Demarconnay, the PFC goalkeeper, to juggle the ball on his goal line to avoid the opening of the scoring (11th). It was finally in the second half that the Auvergnats opened the scoring. A missed shot from Jason Berthomier was caught at the far post by Mohamed Bayo (50th), author of his 19th goal of the season.
Two penalties and Grenoble win against Sochaux
The Grenoblois took advantage of the defeat of Paris FC to consolidate their fourth place in the standings by beating Sochaux (2-0). The GF38 took advantage of two penalties to take the advantage and win in this top-of-the-table game. Jessy Benet was responsible for transforming the two penalties from Isère (13th and 78th). The Grenoblois are now five points ahead of Paris, fifth, and remain in contact with Clermont and Toulouse.
Troyes wins without trembling against Niort
The leader Troyes continues his good journey. The Trojans won on the lawn of Niort (3-0). The opening scoring came quickly thanks to a penalty from Florian Tardieu (10th). The Niortais had several chances but it was the Trojans who came closest to scoring the second goal. Rayan Raveloson hit the upright with the head just before the break (45th). It was finally in the second half that ESTAC took shelter thanks to Suk Hyun-jun (75th) then a double from Florian Tardieu (78th).
Pau surprises Auxerre
Pau has definitely been in Olympic form for a few weeks. The Pau went on an eighth game without defeat and even offered a victory against Auxerre, sixth (3-0). The opening scoring came from the head of Victor Lobry. The Pau cut a cross from the right of Romain Armand (37th). The Pyrenees doubled the bet just before half-time thanks to a small festival of Mayron George in the area (44th). The same Mayron George then sheltered his team by scoring the third goal of the match (78th). Thanks to this result, Pau is getting closer to maintaining. Auxerre, on the other hand, missed a good chance to get back into the play-off race.
Guingamp beats Chambly, Caen held in check by Dunkirk
In today’s fear match between Guingamp (18th) and Chambly (19th), it was Rony Rodelin who saved the EAG at the very end of the match (1-0, 90th + 1). Simon Pontdemé, the Chambly goalkeeper, made three good saves to maintain the draw but was ultimately beaten. In the standings, Guingamp leaves the red zone. Indeed, Caen (16th) and Dunkirk (17th) neutralized (1-1). Jessy Deminguet opened the scoring for Caennais (20th) but Émeric Dudouit equalized (88th). Note that the Caen field player Benjamin Jeannot finished the match in goal following the red card received by his goalkeeper.
On the other lawns, Amiens snatched the victory at the end of the match against Valenciennes (3-1), Nancy beat Ajaccio (2-0) and Châteauroux and Rodez drew (1-1). This draw officially condemns Châteauroux which is now relegated to the National.