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Ligue 1: Strasbourg on the edge, Lille held back, Brest on the move

2023-12-10T16:58:13.439Z

Highlights: Ligue 1: Strasbourg on the edge, Lille held back, Brest on the move. Victorious for the first time in two and a half months against Le Havre (2-1), Strasbourg are breathing a sigh of relief. Lille (0-0 at Clermont). Although it did not offer a plethora of goals, the multiplex of the 15th matchday of Ligue 1 kept its followers in suspense until the end, on Sunday afternoon. Strasbourg has moved away from the red zone and is now in 10th place, just ahead of their opponents of the evening.


Victorious for the first time in two and a half months against Le Havre (2-1), Strasbourg are breathing a sigh of relief. Lille (0-0 at Clermont)


Although it did not offer a plethora of goals, the multiplex of the 15th matchday of Ligue 1 kept its followers in suspense until the end, on Sunday afternoon. Strasbourg snatched victory at the end of added time against Le Havre (2-1), with a winning header from Abakar Sylla from a corner (90' + 7). The goal, the latest in Ligue 1 this season, helped Racing end their eight-game winless streak.

96 – Abakar Sylla scored the latest winning goal in Ligue 1 this season (96 minutes and 17 seconds) and also Racing's latest home goal in the top flight since Opta began collecting this data (2006/07). Gong. #RSCAHAC pic.twitter.com/8m8hzFezWy

— OptaJean (@OptaJean) December 10, 2023

Strasbourg has moved away from the red zone and is now in 10th place, just ahead of their opponents of the evening. HAC, who came back through Yoann Salmier (48′) after Emmanuel Emegha opened the scoring (21′), had a few chances to win and can blame themselves. The Normandy club is five points ahead of Clermont, 17th and first in the relegation zone.

Brest, 5th in Ligue 1

Against Losc, Pascal Gastien's players picked up a courageous point (0-0) which could prove useful in the race for relegation. The worst attack in the league (9 goals) again lacked success offensively, against a Lille side that is inconsistent and still fourth, three points off the podium.

Above all, the Northerners must also look behind them, where the threat from Brest is becoming more and more pressing. The Finistères, victorious in Metz (1-0), continue to amaze and have gone four games without defeat. The only goal of the match, by Jérémy Le Douaron with a powerful left-footed shot (75′), allowed Brest to occupy sole fifth place in Ligue 1.

Source: leparis

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