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Grenoble still in the lead, Gap tears off

Grenoble is still at the top of the Magnus League after its victory in Anglet. Grenoble, Gap, Angers and Rouen also won.

Seventh victory in eight games for Grenoble! All is going well for the Brûleurs de Loups, who won 4-2 at Anglet (8th) and remain at the top of the Magnus League. The Isérois led 3-0 thanks to Sébastien Bisaillon (16th), Aurélien Dair (25th) and Adel Koudri (29th), then Thomas Decock (30th) closed the gap for the Basques, before Nicolas Deschamps made the addition for Grenoble 24 seconds later. Kevin Massy’s goal six minutes from time for Anglet will remain anecdotal. Angers is second, having signed a fourth victory in a row, in Nice (10th). The Dukes have scored a goal in each quarter, by Patrick Coulombe (13th), Cédric Di Dio Balsamo (28th) and Tommy Giroux (49th). In third place, we find Gap, who won the most spectacular match of the evening, against Cergy-Pontoise (7th): 5-4 after extra time! The score was 2-2 at the end of the first third after goals from Arnaud Faure (5th) and Bostjan Golicic (12th) for the Rapaces and Pierre-Charles Hordelalay (1st) and Louis Petit (8th) for the Jokers . Then Gap won the second third 2-0 thanks to Arturs Mickevics (34th) and Chad Langlais (39th), but Cergy equalized by winning the last third 2-0 in turn (Hordelalay in the 48th, Brien Diffley in the 52nd ). It was therefore necessary to play an overtime, and it was Golicic who donned the hero costume by scoring after 3’43.

Bordeaux on the line, Rouen continues

Bordeaux, fourth, held its place by disposing of Briançon, ninth. But it was hard for the Boxers, who had to wait until the 59th minute and the goal of Maxime Legault to snatch the victory, while Alexandre Mulle had opened the scoring in the 10th and Rudolf Huna had equalized in the 12th for the Devils. Red. Rouen (5th), for his part, signed his third victory in a row, crushing Chamonix (11th) with a score of 4-0 thanks to Joël Caron (28th), Andrew Johnston (37th, 39th) and David Gilbert (53rd) ). Finally, the last match of the evening saw Mulhouse’s goal-rich victory over Amiens: 7-4. Phileas Perrenoud (5th), Phil Pietroniro (17th, 45th), Antonin Germond (25th), Kevin Hecquefeuille (29th, 56th) and Timothé Quattrone (33rd) scored the Alsatian goals, and Antonin Plagnat (17th), Skylar Pacheco (23rd ), Joey West (40th) and Florian Sabatier (54th) those of the Picards.

Friday, October 15, 2021
Mulhouse – Amiens : 7-4
Nice – Angers : 0-3
Rouen – Chamonix : 4-0
Bordeaux – Briançon : 2-1
Anglet – Grenoble : 2-4
Gap – Cergy-Pontoise: 5-4 a.m.



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