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Football – National 2: defeated by Aubagne, Canet stumbles in his race to stay

At the end of a messy score in the first half and more work done in the second, Canet RFC fell (0-1) against Aubagne this Saturday, March 18, after three games. A match on matchday 21 of Nacional 2 that could have allowed the canétois to get a little air. They are still eighth but already a shot from Alès, 12th and first descent.

Canétois can remember this goal action in the 90smy minute, when Glenn Mbimba Mafuta misses his volley, carrying it with his supporting foot, a few meters from the cages. This missed opportunity reflects well the part of the CRFC, which however was slow to come into play. Despite the good face shown in the second half, Canet concedes the defeat (0-1) at home, at the Saint-Michel stadium, in this 21my N2 day against Aubagne this Saturday March 18.

On a lawn dripping with rain, the Bucco-Rhodaniens they are the first to step on the skin and to be dangerous. Before half-time, they’re not far from finding their way into a lovely inspirational groundball from Belkacem Dali Amar, the Provençal midfielder whose try tickles Damien Graves’ number.

After the first act, the Catalans counterattack and multiply the concrete and built actions, in contrast to a bland first half. Separated from his top scorer (6 goals) Thibault Rambaud, Canet relies on Bryan Bofunda to disturb Aubin Long, the Aubagne goalkeeper, coming off the midfielder twice… powerful, of course, but lying on the goalkeeper. Farid Fouzari’s men even think about opening the scoring around the hour of play, but Bryan Bofunda, once again, is in an offside position.

Eighth place retained but weakened

But there it is, against the current and after nearly thirty minutes of possession, dominance but above all sterility… The Catalans are surprised with a superb pass from Belkacem Dali Amar, breaking the lines to find the Provençal captain in depth. Mohamed Lamine Djaballah… easily triumphing in their head-to-head. A cruel but implacable sentence regarding the technical inaccuracies of the CRFC eleven.

Accounting, CRFC would have done well to take at least one drive at home by continuing their three-game unbeaten streak. The culés still keep their eighth place thanks to the setbacks of Fréjus Saint-Raphaël (1-2), 9myToulon (0-1), 10myLyon II (1-2), 11myand the draw by Alès (2-2), 12my. An eighth place now more precarious since with this point, Alès is once again a success for the Catalans.

At the end of the season the last five will be relegated as well as the two worst elevenths of the N2 hens.

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Source: L Independant

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