Ligue 2: Caen overthrows Guingamp, Saint-Étienne sees red and dark

Kahn became the new Ligue 2 leader three days before the Grenoble-Bordeaux poster on Monday.

Caen won Saturday on the lawn of Guingamp (4-1) and snatched the lead from the Bretons, awaiting Bordeaux’s result on Monday, during day 3 of Ligue 2, marked by the sinking of Saint-Étienne (6-0). against Gavre.

Losing to Maxime Bartelme (6th), the Senets turned the tide in less than two minutes in this duel of contenders for promotion in Ligue 1.

Emmanuel Ntim was the first to put two teams in a tie on a bicycle (18th). Alexandre Mendy, scorer of 16 L2 goals last season, doubled the mark a minute later (19th) after a defensive error by Felix Eboa Eboa.

Samuel Essende (52nd) and Benjamin Jeannot (76th) completed the mark in the second period. Which offers a third success in 4 matches in Caen and a place of interim leader.

Saint-Étienne shipwreck

Earlier on Saturday, Saint-Étienne received three red cards and was slapped at home against Le Havre (6-0). Stefanois remain last in the standings with -1 points from a penalty taken at the end of last season.

Anthony Briançon (31st) and Mathieu Cafaro (37th) were sent off in the first half and were joined in the last half hour by ASSE goalkeeper Etienne Green (66th).

At the height before the break, the Greens exploded, conceding 6 goals in less than 40 minutes. They still haven’t won since the start of the season.

“I have never come across such a thing (…) I think there is a lack of commitment,” said Etienne coach Laurent Battles into the microphone of beIN Sports after the meeting.

Mets disappointed, Pari tramples

They caught up with Laval (3-3) in the last minute, leading the entire match, Messina, candidates for the rise to L1, missed the opportunity to climb the podium. For the next day, they will have to do without Alexander Ukidzha and Fabien Sentonze, who were excluded.

FC Paris, another contender for the elite, lost 2-1 to Niort and won only once in L2 this season.

In other matches of the evening, Sochaux beat Pau (3:0), Dijon beat Nimes (2:1), and Amiens beat Bastia (3:1). Annecy got his first point at Rodez (2-2), Valenciennes and Keville drew (0-0).

The third day of Ligue 2 will end on Monday evening (20:45) with the Bordeaux match, which is expected on the Grenoble lawn. The Girondins will have the opportunity to take the lead in the championship on goal difference.


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