This Saturday, En Avant Guingamp won on the lawn of Montpellier thanks to Aissata Traoré (1-0) on the occasion of the 15th day of D1 Arkema. A great victory which gives air to the Breton women.
A cannon start to the match
The Guingampaises started the match perfectly. By kicking off, they created a first chance after a minute of construction. On the dismissal, Nina Richard recovered the leather before passing it on to Aissata Traoré. The Guingamp striker passed 2 players before beating the MHSC goalkeeper to open the scoring in less than two minutes (1-0).
Technical and tactical mastery, the mastered start to the match is the result of the good work done by the coach, Fred Biancalani and his staff as well as the players. It’s an early game that should count in the quest to maintain the Costarmoricaines. Throughout the meeting, the latter did not deny the game set up since the start of the season. A paid tactic.
The Guingampaises could have doubled the bet
With this goal quickly scored, the Montpellier women had almost an entire match to come back to score. However, the actions on the goal of Solène Durand were not numerous and not very dangerous. On the contrary, the players of Fred Biancalani, who did not stop giving voice throughout the match, were serious with a usual game plan.
The rapid comebacks even allowed the Breton women to offer themselves several opportunities. Sarah Cambot, the usual goalscorer of En Avant, had the match point, but her strike fled the Montpellier frame. MHSC’s latest chances must have given EAG supporters chills. But the Guingampaises fully deserve this great victory (1-0).
Important points with a complicated schedule
After an international break marked by the injury of Sally Juvini to the cruciate ligaments during a match with Switzerland, the Bretons are gaining precious points. Especially when looking at the calendar. Indeed, the Costarmoricaines will continue against the leaders of D1 Arkéma with Bordeaux, Olympique Lyonnais, Paris FC and PSG.
Meetings where it will be difficult to take points for maintenance. But this Saturday, the EAG is doing a great operation. The defeats of Rodez and Soyaux allow the Breton women to be 6 points in front of the relegation zone. They are in 9th place, overtaking Dijon, which faces Paris Saint-Germain, this Sunday.