Under a very unusual radiant sun for a month of November, Auch Football succeeded in both its pre-match meal but also the bet of bringing beautiful people to the Éric Carrière stadium. Sportingly, however, against the leader Blagnac, ex-resident of N3, the Cubs were caught in the game of experience. In reconstruction, the young team of Arnaud Dessum, during the first act, showed too much respect towards their opponent. Too many direct balls lost, not enough construction, haste: the Auscitains ultimately delivered a closed score and did not make enough contact with the Blagnacais. In other words, one could say: “they didn’t get into them enough”. The leaders of R1 meanwhile delivered a solid first half, often physical and when the Gers youth escaped the first curtain of Blagnac: arms and jersey pulling prevented any construction to follow. A revisit of the “catenaccio” in a way with an underlying defect which will be completely assumed in the second half. Because yes, Blagnac will end up really taking matters into their own hands at the start of the second period. Auch insists too much on the left side and this imbalance too often puts the incoming Mathis Menon Bernabeu in difficulty on the other side. It is also from his wing that Blagnac’s victorious offensive will arrive, finding Annis Aouladchaib in the center who only has to crucify Thomas Germain (0-1, 54th). End of observation round. Auch breaks free and decides to get to the heart of the matter even if it means shaking up Blagnac… or the other way around. The hapless Dylan Pieton gets sheared from the side by Walid Chenine. Forced to leave his teammates for injury, the refereeing corps and M.Poux have no choice but to expel the Blagnac playmaker. Things are getting interesting but the lesson will be learned by the Dorian Santitesva and others because on a somewhat emphatic gesture from Bertrand Auvinet, Iliesse Lamhaf will play with authority by feigning a serious injury causing the Gers striker to be sent off. A well-felt experience because despite the change requested, the number 2 from Blagnac will remain on the pitch without any problem. Experience, experience… A few beautiful moments of simulation will end the meeting (mention to Aouladchaib) and even if the palme d’or is still far away, it will have the merit of saving time. Afterwards in all objectivity and even if it stirred up the spectators present, it will not justify the Auscitaine defeat. Auch will push at the end of the match (finally) but will not be dangerous enough in the last 16 meters. The score will therefore remain in favor of the Blagnacais who therefore impose themselves in the Gers as a boss with great experience and a certain mastery of the facts of the game. The fight announced between Muret and Blagnac for leadership is taking shape. Auscitain side, we just have to hope that “Ber” will not take several games of suspension and that the injury of Dylan Pieton is not so serious. A high-level match alongside Moulias but we would have hoped for a slightly less devious “twist”.
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