Two expulsions, one goal denied ... Bruno Luzi has the mask.
The situation becomes more complicated for Chambly, who experienced a very unfavorable scenario in Valenciennes.
After two unbeaten matches - 2-1 against AC Ajaccio and 2-2 in Rodez - his team lost big with this defeat in Valenciennes (2-1).
For the first time this season, Luzi lined up from the start an attacking duo made up of Guezoui and Petkovic.
A first tenure also for the Serbian striker back from a cruciate ligament rupture in August during a preparation match against Red Star.
With their device in 3-5-2, the players of Oise were however rather attractive with a goal scored from the start by Schaquil Delos who took a free kick from Soubervie repulsed by Prior (0-1, 6th) .
He scores his 3rd goal of the season.
But Linguet quickly equalizes (1-1, 10th).
After a very complicated start to the season, Lorenzo Callegari began to play a series of matches in the midfield of Chambly.
But the former great hope of PSG saw his 4th tenure of the season shortened by the referee.
In view of the images - tackle both feet forward on Picouleau - his expulsion seems logical (31st).
But it was a very bad turn for his team.
Because forced, ten against eleven, to run after the ball, Chamby suffered and ended up cracking on a corner taken by Elogo (2-1, 55th).
By playing everything for everything (3-4-3), Chambly is nevertheless very close to equalizing on a recovery from Badu (85th), who then misses the inevitable (90th).
Bruno Luzi's team was then evolving at 9 against 11, with the expulsion of Guezoui (89th) for dispute.
With 11 red cards received this season, Chambly is the Ligue 2 team that has had the most expulsions.
“Given the energy deployed, we feel a feeling of injustice, breathes the coach of Chambly.
We can only congratulate the boys who did not give up in difficult conditions.
I've been coaching for decades, we always tell players that refereeing decisions are balanced over a season.
Here we are at the 32nd day and it does not really balance out for us ... "
If Guingamp (18th) will play Monday against Toulouse, Chambly loses ground on Pau (16th) and Dunkirk who both won.
It's called a nightmare night.
Luzi concludes: “We have a week with three games coming up, including two at home, that's where things will have to be done.
We need 7 points out of 9 to restart for the final sprint.
Otherwise, it will be very complicated ... "
Game sheet: VALENCIENNES - CHAMBLY 2- 1 (1-1)
Referee: M. Léonard
Valenciennes: Linguet (10th) Elogo (54th);
Chambly: Delos (6th).
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Chambly: Callegari (31st), Guezoui (89th).