Football – Regional 2: capital success of FCQFC, Cahors FC big winner

Football – Regional 2: capital success of FCQFC, Cahors FC big winner
Football – Regional 2: capital success of FCQFC, Cahors FC big winner

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By winning 2-0 against Mende 2, Figeac Capdenac QFC undoubtedly took a decisive step towards remaining in R2. For its part, Cahors FC finished in style at home, winning a large 6-0 victory against FC Sources de l’Aveyron.

In Figeac (Calvaire Stadium). Figeac Capdenac QFC – Mende Avenir Foot Lozère II: 2-0 (Half-time: 1-0). Figeac Capdenac QFC won the match that absolutely had to be won this Saturday evening. In this penultimate meeting of the season between two teams fighting to remain in Regional 2, the Figeac team achieved a capital success with a score of 2 to 0, thus undoubtedly taking a decisive step towards remaining.
This decisive meeting in the race to maintain started in the best way for the Figeacois who opened the scoring in the 3rd minute of play with a magnificent free kick from Julien Mourère which deceived the visiting goalkeeper. Continuing their clear domination, the Lotois were very close to making the break through Zarate or El Haoussi but at the break, the score was 1 to 0 in favor of the locals. Continuing to monopolize the ball in the second half, the FCQFC players took cover with a second goal scored by Nael Chouay which definitively ensured the capital success of Figeac Capdenac QFC.

In Cahors (Ilbert Stadium). Cahors FC – FC Sources de l’Aveyron: 6-0 (Half-time: 1-0). For their last home match of the season, the Cadurciens finished in style by winning 6-0 against FC Sources de l’Aveyron. From the 1st minute, Cahors FC found the net on an 18-meter shot from Hontarède following a long ball from Abitteboul. Leading 1 to 0, Cahors FC would take the lead in the last half hour by scoring five additional goals through Hontarède, Diallo (twice) Muller, and a visiting defender who deflected a shot from Abitteboul into his goal.

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