Lidl Starligue: Aix curries Nîmes!

Led by a fit Wesley Pardin in goal, Aix made short work of Nîmes (30-17) while Toulouse narrowly dominated Ivry (24-25).

There was no match between Aix and Nîmes. For their first home game of the season in Lidl Starligue, the players of Thierry Anti have not done in detail to clearly take the best of USAM. Very quickly, Wesley Pardin (16 saves at 50% efficiency) disgusted Mohammad Sanad’s teammates (1 goal on 4 shots), allowing the PAUC to count five goals in advance after a quarter of an hour of play. Not releasing their efforts, the Aixois reached half-time with a margin of seven lengths, not enough to satiate them. If the Nîmes and Michaël Guigou (3 goals on 3 shots) tried to delay the deadline, the bar of ten goals difference between the two teams was reached five minutes from the end of the match thanks to a realization of Matthieu Ong (1 goal on 2 shots) in an empty cage. In the end, and thanks to a last goal signed by William Accambray (5 goals on 7 shots), Aix wins by thirteen lengths (30-17) and goes back to fourth place in the standings when Nîmes is now in sixth place.

Toulouse always makes Ivry dive more

Penultimate in the standings, Ivry was counting on the reception of Toulouse to put an end to his series of four consecutive losses in the league. But, if they clung, the Parisians ended up cracking up against the players of Philippe Gardent. The Ivryiens and Linus Persson (12 goals on 18 shots) took the lead very early on the scoreboard but the Toulouse then took up to three lengths in advance. However, the red card received by Uros Borzas six minutes from the break allowed Ivry to get closer and equalize 25 seconds from the break … but Sadou Ntanzi (7 goals on 11 shots) gave Fenix ​​the advantage two seconds from the buzzer. The two teams surrendered blow for blow at the start of the second act while Toulouse, who scored two goals in advance, never knew how to make a complete break. However, the Toulousains did not fully tremble, winning by a length (24-25). If Ivry remains in the relegation zone, the Fenix ​​chains a second success in a row and goes up to ninth place.

Thursday 3 December 2020
Cesson-Rennes – Créteil: 33-30
Tremblay – Chartres : 23-28

Friday 4 December 2020
Montpellier – Chambéry: 42-27
Saint-Raphaël – Limoges: 35-30

Saturday 5 December 2020
Aix – Nîmes: 30-17
Ivry – Toulouse : 24-25

Sunday 6 December 2020
3.30 p.m .: Dunkirk – Nantes

Postponed to a later date
PSG – Istres