Ligue 1 – Play-out (10th day): The Storks fly over their opponents!

Ligue 1 – Play-out (10th day): The Storks fly over their opponents!
Ligue 1 – Play-out (10th day): The Storks fly over their opponents!

photo credit: © Mokhtar HMIMA

Imed Ben Younes’ men killed two birds with one stone: they made up for the defeat conceded the previous day and, thereby, reduced the gap to one point with the Cabiste leader who stumbled to Ben Guerdane.

If there is a team that did a good job yesterday afternoon, it is indeed the Olympique de Béja. Indeed, the Béjaois killed two birds with one stone: they took advantage of the misstep of the Cabiste leader, who was content to keep the USBG in check (0-0), to reduce the gap to one point which separates them.

The Cigognes took advantage of the fact that their Tataouin opponent moved to Menzel Bourguiba, greatly reduced due to the strike of 11 players, to achieve a large victory with a clear score of 3-0. And to be honest, it wasn’t a lot of money. The Béjaois could, if they had wanted, inflict a much heavier defeat on their hosts.

OB’s winning goals were the work of Aly Desse Sisoko (11′), Ahmed Amri (27′) and Mehrez Berrejeh (90’+3).

By striking, the US Tataouine players let their team miss the opportunity to stay on track. That said, the Tatouin team finished third on the podium despite the defeat conceded yesterday. Nothing is yet lost for the UST.

The Marsois are getting their heads out of the water

Penultimate in the standings and remaining with a defeat at Gafsa, the Marsois fought back at home by winning a short but precious victory at the expense of ES Métlaoui. The winning goal was scored by Mohamed Ali Yaâkoubi from the penalty spot (73′).

Thanks to this victory, the suburbanites find hope even if, for them, it will be necessary to work hard and avoid losing other points to keep, even a little, their chances intact to save their skin among the elite. The Marsois are always second to last. So it’s not yet won for them.

As a reminder, El Gawafel Gafsa won last Friday to the detriment of AS Soliman who, under the leadership of its new coach Fakhreddine Galbi, still cannot see the end of the tunnel.

AS Soliman is still at the bottom and with ASM’s victory yesterday, the situation for the Capbonnais team has become even more complicated.



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