The SCO of Angers won its third success of the season, this Sunday, against Brest (3-2). Picked up from the outset by a penalty from Steven Mounié (2nd), after a far from obvious fault from Abdoulaye Bamba, Stéphane Moulin’s players replied on a cross shot from the left of Sada Thioub, shortly after the quarterfinal. time of play (20th). Brest regained control before the break, on a shot from the left of Gaëtan Charbonnier, in full race (31st). It was only in the last quarter of an hour that the SCO made the difference, with a volley from the right of Ismaël Traoré (77th) then a center-shot from Angelo Fulgini, slightly deflected by Ronaël Pierre- Gabriel in his own nets (80th). On the Angers side, we will remember above all the result, the locals having often shown a disappointing lack of inspiration.
A Bernardoni of great days
Only flashes, always enhanced by achievements, reassured the Angevin coach, beyond the good performance of Angelo Fulgini, also author of a nice volley on target (22nd) and the supersonic striker of 16-year-old Mohamed-Ali Cho, decisive on the third goal and passed his first goal for the pros on a close-range shot at the end of the match (89th). Olivier Dall’Oglio and his family can only have regrets at the end of such a meeting. Because not content to lead for a good part of the match, the Bretons missed countless break opportunities. If the crossbar disgusted Gaëtan Charbonnier (14th) then Romain Faivre (45th), Paul Bernardoni released high class saves, such as a point blank parade on a recovery from Steven Mounié (44th) or the cross shot of a Jérémy Le Douaron absolutely alone (61st). Beyond the moral pain, the Brestois suffered a setback after two consecutive successes in the league and are three points behind their hangman of the day.