Angers and Auxerre signed a draw (1 – 1) this Sunday, in the match corresponding to the date 23.
With a goal from Rayan Raveloson, on the block, they went on to win the visit early in the first half, but in the 21st minute Matthis Abline, from the penalty spot, managed to equalize for the hosts.
Auxerre striker Matthis Abline squandered a chance to take the lead after missing a penalty in the 93rd minute of the second half.
The figure of the match was Matthis Abline. The Auxerre striker showed his best level by scoring 1 goal and shooting 3 times in the opposite goal.
Nabil Bentaleb also had a good game. The Angers midfielder sought the opposing goal with 2 shots.
It’s a duel slowed down by the accumulation of faults that cut the pace. There were 3 warnings: Nabil Bentaleb, Christophe Pélissier and Miha Blazic.
Angers manager Abdelaziz Bouhazama stopped the starting XI in a 4-4-2 formation with Paul Bernardoni in goal; Yan Valery, Cédric Hountondji, Miha Blazic and Faouzi Ghoulam on the defensive line; Adrien Hunou, Batista Mendy, Nabil Bentaleb and Himad Abdelli in the middle; and Ibrahima Niane and Abdallah Sima in attack.
For their part, the elected officials of Christophe Pélissier entered the field with a 4-5-1 scheme with Ionut Radu under the three sticks; Rayan Raveloson, Jubal, Isaak Touré and Gideon Mensah in defence; Han Noah Massengo, Birama Touré, Gauthier Hein, Mathias Autret and Nuno da Costa in midfield; and Matthis Abline ahead.
The judge chosen to conduct the match at the Raymond-Kopa stadium was Thomas Léonard.
For the next date, Angers will be visitors against RC Strasbourg and Auxerre will host Olympique Lyonnais.
With this result, the host accumulates 10 points throughout the contest and ranks twentieth. For its part, the visit adds 15 accommodations and is located in the 19th place.
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