Dijon-Auxerre (3-1): The Dijonnais offer themselves the Burgundian derby marked by incidents

Dijon is no longer barrage. A month after their last league victory in Grenoble (2-1), Patrice Garande’s men regained success this Monday night against AJ Auxerre (3-1) for the Burgundy derby. The Dijon, now twelfth in L2, have scored three times through Valentin Jacob (16th), Aurélien Scheidler (38th) and Yassine Benzia (79th). For its part, the AJA found the net thanks to Gaëtan Charbonnier (61st).

On the other hand, it was a setback for Auxerre, who had just won three games in Ligue 2 (Bastia, Valenciennes and Pau). Jean-Marc Furlan’s men thus miss the opportunity to climb to second place occupied by AC Ajaccio (ed: 29 points for Auxerre and 31 for Corsica) and to get closer to the Toulouse leader, who has four units in advance on the AJA.

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Violence took place in a bar Monday in Dijon before the match according to a police source confirming press information. These incidents, which occurred in an establishment near the stadium did not cause any injuries and did not give rise to any arrests, said this source.

They burned a bench with a smoke bomb

According to the regional daily The Public Good, around 5 p.m., while around thirty Dijon supporters were in a bar, several dozen people, described as Auxerre supporters, burst in and ransacked the place. “It was quick, not even three minutes. They burned a bench with a smoke, they insulted us … All that for a football match, it’s nonsense“, the owner of the bar told the newspaper.

Before this Burgundian derby, the first in an official match since 2016, the prefecture of Côte-d’Or had issued a decree prohibiting “to any person taking advantage of the quality of supporter of AJ Auxerre, or behaving as such, to access the city center of Dijon“, the official movement of Auxerre supporters being supervised by the police.

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