Quevilly-Rouen and Dijon joined the list of Ligue 2 clubs who fell in the 7th round of the Coupe de France on Saturday. QRM lost (1-1, 4-1 on tabs) on the field of Aubervilliers (N3). After a sluggish first period, Olivier Echouafni’s team nevertheless opened the scoring through Mamady Bangré (51st). But the club from the north of Paris returned thanks to Masire Konaté (85th). The penalty shootout quickly turned in favor of Aubervilliers, with two failures by Alexandre Tégar and Till Cissokho.
Dijon is sinking
Embarked on a very bad series in Ligue 2 (8 games without a win, including 6 defeats), Dijon still received a blow to the head against Saint-Pryvé Saint-Hilaire (N2), being knocked out on penalties ( 1-1, 2-3 at tabs). Loaned by Rennes, the young Loum Tchaouna (19 years old) however opened the open scoring by scoring his first goal with the pros on a service from Alex Dobre (11th). But Cherchour, who had just come into play, equalized for Saint-Pryvé after a game of billiards in the Dijon defense (63rd). During the fateful session Mickaël Le Bihan missed the target, before Zargo Touré and Yanis Chahid came up against Jordy Claveau. Omar Daf’s group is desperate.
Bastia is doing well
After the early expulsion of the middle of Prix-lès-Mézières (N3) François Borgniet, one would have thought that Bastia would easily make the difference. But the Corsicans were pushed into a penalty shootout, which they finally won thanks to a clear round from the shooters (0-0, 4-2 on tab). Zacharie Boucher notably rejected an attempt.
Pajot offers himself a hat-trick
In the fight to stay in Ligue 2, Annecy had no problem beating the Diable Noir de Combani, an R1 club from Mayotte (8-1). Ahmed Kashi opened the scoring (10th) before an improbable hat-trick from Vincent Pajot (24th, 45th, 65th), who unlocked his counter with the Haut-Savoie club. On loan from Strasbourg, Moïse Sahi Dion scored twice, from the penalty spot (34th) then from a cross from Pajot (71st). Zakaria Bengueddoudj also participated in the festival with a double (84th, 88th).