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At home, Auxerre started well by being offensive and active. But it is Guingamp who leads at break after a goal from a free kick from M’Changama in added time at the end of the first half. Back from the locker room, the residents of the Abbé-Deschamps are cold picked with another goal of the En Avant. This time the work of Matthias Phaeton in the 50th minute.
Auxerre pushes to equalize but puts himself in danger on Guingamp’s counters. The home team managed to close the gap in the 64th minute thanks to Gaetan Perrin. Charbonnier gave himself a great opportunity on a header, following a free kick from Mathias Autret in the 73rd minute but Enzo Basilio made an impressive save. Meanwhile, Diarra received a yellow card for Guingamp in the 72nd minute and Ba replaced Barthelmé.
Finally, the Bretons won on the score of 1 goal to 2 away.
Auxerre, after two victories and two draws, knows its first defeat of the championship.
Guingamp for his part, knows a first victory after a defeat and three draws.
Auxerre – Guingamp: 1 – 2
⌚️90 ‘+ 6 – It’s over at Stade Abbé Deschamps with a 2-1 victory for En Avant Guingamp. The reduction in Gaëtan Perrin’s score was not enough to turn things around.
Next game at the@asnlofficiel, Saturday
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– AJ Auxerre (@AJA) August 23, 2021
Auxerre, although voluntary, is surprised by Guingamp’s two goals. The home team pushes to close the gap. But Guingamp is holding on and wins to everyone’s surprise on the outside. The Bretons know their first victory of the season.