Stade Brestois and Toulouse parted ways back to back this Sunday afternoon during the 19th day of Ligue 1. A result that does not help the Ty-Zefs who could have made a nice move in the standings.
Mounié still goalscorer
While the very lively start to the match leaned more in favor of the locals, Steve Mounié went to open the scoring with a header by deflecting a topped shot from Hugo Magnetti (0-1, 18th). A goal that could have been refused for a contentious situation in the area between Christophe Hérelle and an opposing defender, but the referee decided otherwise. Stade Brestois then quickly took the lead thanks to their Beninese international who scored three goals in the space of six league games.
Satisfactory overall service
Still dominated in possession of the ball like the last match against Lille, the Ty-Zefs showed a much more interesting game punctuated by some nice collective movements. They have therefore created a large number of more or less dangerous strikes for the opposing goalkeeper. Defensively, the central hinge composed of Brendan Chardonnet and Christophe Hérelle was also reassuring if we forget the goal of Zakaria Aboukhlal.
The Finistère padlock ended up breaking
When they returned from the locker room, the Toulousans chained the highlights by creating multiple opportunities. Even if the Brest defense managed to repel all the attacks, it unfortunately cracked after a billiard shot in the area which benefited Zakaria Aboukhlal (1-1, 64th). The game was then fully restarted while there was still nearly half an hour of play on the scoreboard.
Stade Brestois remains in the red zone
The Ty-Zefs thought they were doing a good job until the TFC equalized after the hour mark. Unfortunately, Eric Roy’s men had to settle for a draw which did not help anyone. Currently in 18th place in Ligue 1, Stade Brestois nevertheless has the same number of points as Strasbourg, the first non-relegation team. During the next day of the championship which will take place on January 29, the Bretons will welcome Angers, the red lantern with the objective of pocketing the three points this time.