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With seven goals, Rouen and Amiens won easily

ByRoborto Sykes

Oct 26, 2020
Rouen did not tremble against Cergy-Pontoise to continue its clear course. It took just under eight minutes to see Anthony Guttig open the scoring for the Dragons. But the Jokers were able to respond early in the second period with Max Kalter who took advantage of a numerical advantage to equalize. A second third, which however ended badly for the Ile-de-France residents, Joël Caron-Belleville then Loïc Lamperier, both in numerical superiority, allowed Rouen to make the break. The end of the match saw the Dragons unfold with Enzo Cantagallo, Maxim Lamarche in numerical superiority, Florian Chakiachvili then Rolands Vigners giving more body to the Rouen victory (7-1), the sixth in as many games played since the start of the season for the undisputed leader of the Magnus League. For Cergy-Pontoise, this second straight setback keeps the club in the penultimate place in the standings.

Sunday 25 October 2020
Rouen – Cergy-Pontoise: 7-1

Tuesday, October 27, 2020
8:00 p.m .: Mulhouse – Nice
8:15 p.m .: Bordeaux – Briancon

Postponed to a later date
Gap – Angers
Amiens – Grenoble
Anglet – Chamonix

Amiens had fun at the expense of Briançon

The number 7 was the key to this evening in the Magnus League because Amiens inflicted a real correction on Briançon in the advanced match of the 11th day. After a first third during which the goalkeepers retained the advantage over the attackers, the spaces opened up in the second period. Two minutes after the resumption, Rudy Matima opened the scoring then the goals were linked for the Gothics. Jérémy Romand made the break 90 seconds after the opening of the scoring then Guillaume Leclerc and Brendan Jacome widened the gap before the last period of the match. Last 20 minutes during which Brendan Jacome signed his double then Florian Sabatier scored the sixth goal in Amiens. In numerical superiority just over four minutes from the end of the match, Jérémy Ouellet Beaudry sealed the fate of the game with a final goal. Amiens won very clearly (7-0) and took second place six points behind Rouen. Briançon, beaten for the third time in three games, remains dead last in the championship.

Sunday 25 October 2020
Amiens – Briançon: 7-0

Friday 13 November 2020
8:00 p.m .: Gap – Rouen
8:00 p.m .: Mulhouse – Angers
8:30 p.m .: Anglet – Grenoble
8:30 p.m .: Chamonix – Nice
8:30 p.m .: Bordeaux – Cergy-Pontoise