Offbeat Strasbourg capsizes Brest

21:00  25 october  2020
21:00  25 october  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

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Brest 0-3 Strasbourg Goals: Diallo (26th), Lala (40th, sp) and Ajorque (67th)

And two.

Winner only once since the start of the season, Strasbourg took advantage of his trip from East to West and an initiatory trip to Brest to win his second match in Ligue 1. And this time, nothing to complain about so much the Alsatians dominated their opponent of the day. They even scored three goals, a first for them since resuming the championship.

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Better organized, Thierry Laurey's Strasbourg residents waited until the approach of half an hour to open the scoring thanks to a diving header from Habib Diallo at the near post (0-1, 26th). It is on a new center, this time from the right, that the Brestois will crack a second time. Moment chosen by Ludovic Ajorque to place a header on Julien Faussurier's arm, and get a penalty easily transformed by specialist Kenny Lala (0-2, 40th). The Strasbourg striker will go there with his own goal in the second half (0-3, 67th), adding a little more scale to a well-deserved victory.

With this success, Laurey's players come back to three points from Brest, who are struggling to continue.

Brest (4-3-3): Larsonneur - Perraud, Faussurier, Hérelle, Duverne - Faivre, Belkebla, Lasne - Mounié, Le Douaron, Charbonnier. Coach: Olivier Dall'Oglio.

Strasbourg (4-4-2): Kawashima - Lala, Mitrović, Djiku, Simakan - Thomasson, Sissoko, Aholou, Bellegarde - Diallo, Ajorque. Coach: Thierry Laurey.

Ligue 1 results and standings

Without Camavinga, the new savior could be called Doku .
© Panoramic Jérémy Doku will want to score his first goal with Stade Rennais against Brest in Ligue 1. After a thunderous start to the season, including a series of four consecutive victories in championship, Stade Rennais stalled with three draws, and two consecutive defeats, against Angers (1-2) in Ligue 1 and at Sevilla (1-0) in Champions League . This current mishap cost him his place as leader, now owned by a PSG to whom the Bretons will visit in eight days.

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