"It's a night to forget, we lacked concentration at the end, this is perhaps our worst game …" Completely soaked, Mécha Bazdarevic was rather disappointed after the defeat of Paris FC conceded at the end match in Lorient (2-1, 89th) which goes back to 2nd place. In the rain and the wind of the Moustoir, the Parisians were however close to repeat their good shots against Metz (2-1) and Lens (0-0). But they cracked in the money-time with the goal of Wissa, completely forgotten, then the expulsion of Bong.
"We were thinking of heading towards the draw that would have been deserved but by dint of suffering too much, we may have been exposed to this kind of situation with a small error of inattention and marking on Wissa, regrets goalkeeper Vincent Demarconnay. who had conceded only 4 goals in 12 games this season before moving to Lorient. We do not box in the same category as Lorient who plays the climb and there is nothing dishonorable to bow here. But we must use this defeat to progress and move forward. "
Without this cruel outcome, the event of the evening could have been the first goal in pro nugget Silas Wamangituka (19 years), holder for the third time in Ligue 2. The child of Kinshasa (DR Congo), had taken the head of a center of Romain Perraud (0-1, 3rd). Arriving from Alès (N3) last June, he signed a 3-year pro contract with the PFC in September. "This first goal in L2 will do him good," says his guardian and agent Olivier Belesi who had spotted him in the streets at age 12 to join the Academy Black Mountain Sport, an entity of the management agency led by former international Nicolas Anelka and Doug Pingisi. Last week, Silas had missed two big chances against Sochaux (0-0). But his promising performances have given reason to Mécha Bazdarevic, faced with the difficulties of the two attackers recruited this summer, Mamilonne (dumb since the third day and left the group for 3 games) and Sarr (0 goal), to have launched in L2 .