MATCHS DU JOUR 13
The last game of the 8th day of Ligue 2, Metz hosted Guingamp with the objective of catching up with the leading train. But Metz went through all their states on Monday night in front of their public. At first, they were leading 3-1 thanks to a double from the Gambian Ablie Jallow (10th and 16th), author of a sumptuous free kick, but then they lost the thread of the match. The Malian Kiki Kouyaté will first be sent off at the half-hour mark, collecting a second yellow card for a verbal clash with the referee (31st). The visitors will take advantage of their numerical superiority to reduce the gap, just before Alexandre Oukidja also gets a red card, for an uncontrolled exit (45th+3), causing a severe penalty.
Guingamp did not ask for much and equalized in the wake of the penalty conceded by the Algerian keeper (45th+7). With 11 against 9 at the end of the second half, Guingamp dominated the debates and the Messins received a third red card, the Haitian Jean-Jacques Danley being guilty of a bad foul (56th). From then on, the outcome of the game was known and Guingamp finally made the difference by finding the net three times to finally win 6 to 3, in a game with a strange scenario and which will have been suspended for a long time in the second half, after the attempt of Metz supporters to enter the pitch.
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