Through Aline Chatel
updated 23 Oct 21 at 23:59
Because neither team deserved to lose, the draw that concluded the debates between theASPTT Caen and Mondeville, Saturday 23 October 2021, was probably the best possible result (1-1). But because the two teams did everything to win, there was a bit of frustration with both sides at the end of this evening started timidly but ended in a fireworks of intensity, d opportunities and tension.
A breathtaking second half
If the first period was not excluded from interest with a few starting situations and others but none, it was in the second half that this derby got carried away. There was then everything: two bars of Edouard Ozanne and Zourab Sopromadze on the mondevillais side, a post on the Caen side signed Alex Quitté, a red card for Ibrahima Camara on the mondevillais side (68 ′), then another in stoppage time for Souleymane Diallo opposite (92 ′), a plethora of opportunities each more intolerable than the next, especially in front of the goal of Clément Pannier, surely a forgotten penalty for the PTT, a goal on both sides, commitment and some friction even in the changing room corridor.
Granted, that’s a lot for a single sentence. But this second act on the synthetic of the Ax was devoured at this speed. He left all the protagonists unsatisfied. ASPTT Caen “regrets not having shown more control at 1-0 and eleven against ten”. She opened the scoring with the very good entry Alex Quitté (70 ′). USON Mondeville is trying to “see the glass half full” in these circumstances but thinks that she “could and should have taken the three points”. Only one goal, that of Bamba Ndiaye after a long ride from Yafaye Mané (77 ′), materialized his enormous chances. The dominant PTT, however, were not left out in this meeting which would have deserved another score on the billboard.
Caennais and Mondevillais feed a generally positive dynamic even if they do not really advance in the standings. The PTT, who suffered from the absence of Kévin Lecacheux (ischios), are third with eight points in five games. Mondeville is seventh with six points in four games.
Laurent Dufour, ASPTT Caen coach: “There are regrets because even if I don’t know if it’s deserved to open the scoring, it’s abnormal not to have more control and not to kill the match when they are 10 in face. We made the mistake that allowed them to come back. In the end, the draw is happy or fair. When we want to play football, we accept to concede opportunities. But I would have liked us to be more efficient in the last gesture or the penultimate gesture. We remain on a positive dynamic. ”
Thierry Traoré, Mondeville coach: “We created a number of favorable situations in the first half but in a perhaps less concrete way than subsequently. In the second half, the match got a little crazy. It started all over the place. We created very favorable situations. We took away a goal ourselves, we hit the side while the goal was open, we made bars… Objectively, we could have scored four, five goals. That’s why I think we could and should have taken the three points. We have to gain self-control. It’s still a good point. We managed to equalize ten to eleven and away. You have to see the positive side. “
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