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Like last season, Le Parisien invites you to analyze and decipher the results of Ile-de-France clubs.
The weekend began with a fine victory for Red Star at Borgo on Friday.
On Saturday, the shock of group A of National 2 was well negotiated by Racing in Rouen (2-2) while in group B FC 93 Bobigny achieved another big performance against the Lusitanos Saint-Maur (2-0 ).
Finally, in D1 Arkema, Paris FC was no match for PSG (0-1).
The weekend poster: Racing deserved better in Rouen
In front of 4,800 spectators, a record crowd for a National 2 match, Racing held up well against Rouen (2-2).
The leader of group A of National 2 had opened the entry score thanks to the 11th goal of Arnold Vula (0-1, 4th).
If Rouen went back in front on two penalties (32nd, 53rd) transformed by the Corsican Christopher Ibayi, top scorer of Versailles in N2 last season, Racing obtained a more than deserved draw with the equalizer signed Philippe Bahenda (2- 2, 70th).
In the standings, Racing remains the leader with two points ahead of Poissy, winner of Vannes (2-1) and three over Rouen.
🗞️ It was the shock of the weekend.
Rouen received Racing in a Stade Robert Diochon filled with 4️⃣8️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ supporters.
The meeting kept all its promises and Racing brought back a good point from Normandy by retaining first place.
— Racing Club de France Football (@racing_cff) December 4, 2022
The derby: PSG a notch above Paris FC for girls
A week after coming close to the feat against Lyon (2-3), Paris FC was this time overtaken by PSG.
After the rescues of Chiamaka Nnadonzie in the first period on attempts by Geyoro and Diani, it was Sandy Baltimore who concretized the grip of PSG (0-1, 55th).
But this small goal difference in the end does not reflect the superiority of PSG in this match.
"I told them that the game would be more important than the stakes," explains Gérard Précheur.
I wanted us to return to a certain quality on a collective level.
It seems to me that we have responded well.
I even think it's our best game of the season.
Read alsoThe report of the Paris FC - PSG derby
“There is not too much disappointment, the PSG has shown itself above in terms of collective mastery, maturity, and athletic qualities, considers Sandrine Soubeyrand for her part.
To compete, we would have had to be at 150%, but today we had two or three girls who were less well.
“PSG has prepared well for a week that promises to be crucial.
After a trip Thursday against the Albanians of Vllaznia during the 4th day of the group stage of the Champions League, Sunday (9 p.m.), it will be the classic of the championship in Lyon.
The reactions of Gérard Prêcheur and Sandy Baltimore after the victory in the derby 🆚 Paris FC!
– PSG Women (@PSG_Women) December 4, 2022
The performance of the weekend: Bobigny continues against Lusitanos Saint-Maur
After beating Fleury then leader (5-0) last week, FC 93 Bobigny won their second derby in a row against Lusitanos Saint-Maur (2-0) thanks to goals from Lassana Konté (69th) and Farid Beziouen (90th).
Thanks to this victory, Christophe Taine's team moved up to 3rd place in Group B of National 2, one point behind Créteil and Fleury who failed to win.
“We are satisfied to have won and to confirm our good performance last week against Fleury, underlines Christophe Taine.
We played a solid game collectively tactically and defensively, and then produced some play. We should have taken cover earlier in the first period.
In the second period the team was rewarded for its efforts with two goals.
Now, we are preparing a 3rd derby with a trip to Sainte-Geneviève next Saturday.
Our players have a second success in a row at home against @USLUSITANOS
Congratulations to the players and staff 👏👏@LPIFF75 @District93foot @N2Championnat pic.twitter.com/aJTVrlMZKF
— Football Club 93 (@FC93officiel) December 3, 2022
The player: Farid Beziouen (FC 93 Bobigny)
After his double against Fleury, Farid Beziouen scored the second goal for FC 93 Bobigny BG against the Lusitanos Saint-Maur (2-0, 90th), his former club.
He took his total to eight goals since the start of the season.
At 36, the former pro (Créteil, Sedan, JSK Kabylie) has been on fire for several weeks.
On Saturday, spectators at the Delaune stadium witnessed a real master class from him.
Beziouen has indeed done everything: he recovers, transmits, sets the tempo while being decisive and displaying character and aggressiveness.
A true guide for his team.
The flop: end of series for Créteil
Yet in front at half-time thanks to a goal from Villeneuve (45th), Créteil, leader of group B of National 2, tripped over the mat against Saint-Quentin (1-2), who was nevertheless in the red zone.
Undefeated for 7 games (4 wins, 3 draws), Créteil lost for the second time at home.
“It's a big disappointment to lose at home when we were in a good dynamic.
The locker room is affected.
It was not what we had planned, we did not manage to impose our rhythm.
We got a little lost.
It challenges us more and in the work.
We have two important games left before the break, we will have to analyze well to continue to advance, ”regrets coach Stéphane Masala.
🎙 Find Stéphane Masala's reaction after the USCL defeat against Saint-Quentin: https://t.co/cMu2RSHvw6#USCLOSQ pic.twitter.com/hnjQBxDKLz
— US Créteil Lusitanos 🐏 (@uscl_football) December 3, 2022
The sentence: Habib Beye (Red Star): "There is no euphoria to be had but we build on this confidence"
The Red Star continued its good series by going to win Friday at Borgo (4-0) during the 14th day of National.
"We mastered the match from start to finish," said Habib Beye.
It was important to maintain consistency in performance.
I am very happy with the group and the entrants.
I never call them substitutes but impact players.
Because for the past few weeks, they are the ones who have made the difference.
There is no euphoria to be had but we build on this confidence.
Ludo (Butelle), 8th clean-scheet in 14 games, is also important.
Now there is this match against Versailles on Friday.
We are not playing our season on this but it will be an important stepping stone.
🎥⏮ Issouf Macalou, comes to close the Audonian evening with a powerful strike at ground level perfectly placed!
#FCBRED #AllezRedStarFC 💚💪 https://t.co/kK5ROK52ZJ pic.twitter.com/UrZFxXap5C
— Red Star FC ✪ (@RedStarFC) December 3, 2022
The number: 1
Vincent Bordot was undefeated since his arrival on the bench of Paris 13 Atletico.
But after 1 victory and 3 draws, the promoted Parisian lost (1-0) to Nancy during the 14th day of National.
The Paris 13 which finished for the 5th time a match in numerical inferiority (expulsion of Bakari Camara) is 16th in the classification.
The shock of National 3 for Aubervilliers
It's starting to settle in National 3. After his disappointment at Reunion in the Coupe de France, Aubervilliers has bounced back perfectly.
Victorious over Drancy (3-2) last week, Rachid Youcef's team won this Sunday at Les Mureaux (2-1) during the clash of the day.
While Les Mureaux opened the scoring through Aymen Rachmoune (21st) Amine Meftah was again decisive with a double (45th, 83rd).
In the standings, Auber is the leader and has a point lead over Vitry, 3 over Le Mée but with one game less.
Les Mureaux, Ivry and Paris FC who were also in the lead are now at 5 and 6 points.
Among young people: Aboubakar Diaby wears Montfermeil, Bobigny at the finish
After its defeat in Lens 15 days ago, Montfermeil resumed its march forward.
Victorious over Saran thanks to a hat-trick from his striker Aboubakar Diaby (40th, 69th, 90th), Montfermeil increases his lead at the top of the Group A classification of the national U19 championship with a 4-point lead now over Lens.
In Group B, another fine performance from FC 93 Bobigny, 4th thanks to their victory over Clermont (3-2) with goals from Kayoum Mbamba (45th), Samir Saib (70th) and Mattbrahan Zie (90th).
@FCMontfermeil widens the gap in Pool A of #U19Nat.
With their 3-0 win over Saran combined with Lens' loss to Amiens, they are now 4 points ahead of their second.
— ً (@BooskAxel) December 4, 2022
NATIONAL (14th day)
FC Borgo - Red Star 0-4, Nancy - Paris 13 Atletico 1-0.
Monday, 6 p.m.: Versailles - Sedan (Jean Bouin stadium, Paris 18th).
NATIONAL 2 (12th day)
Group A. Rouen - Racing SBB 2-2, Poissy - Vannes 2-1
Group B. Belfort - Sainte-Geneviève 2-0, Créteil - Saint-Quentin 0-1, FC 93 Bobigny BG - Lusitanos Saint-Maur 2-0 Fleury - Besançon 1-1.
NATIONAL 3 (10th day)
Les Ulis - Le Blanc-Mesnil 1-1, Paris FC - Drancy 2-2, PSG (b) - Montrouge 0-1, Vitry - Linas-Montlhéry 1-0, Brétigny - Entente SSG 0-1, Le Mée - Ivry 3-1, Les Mureaux-Aubervilliers 1-2.
U19 (15th day)
Group A. Montfermeil - Saran 3-0;
Dunkirk - PSG 0-0, Drancy - Lille (postponed)
Group B. FC 93 Bobigny - Clermon 3-2, Torcy - ASPTT Dijon, Bourg-en-Bresse - Paris FC 1-0.
D1 Arkema (10th day)
Montpellier - Fleury 1-1, Paris FC - PSG 0-1