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Ligue 1: Sierra boss size, Clermont has sunk... The tops and flops of the multiplex of the 27th day


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Ligue 1: Sierra boss size, Clermont has sunk... The tops and flops of the multiplex of the 27th day


The Swiss midfielder put in a performance which once again confirmed his superb season. Vincent Sierro scored a double against a much too weak Clermont team which never managed to match the Toulouse team. In the midfield, the captain continued to play his role as captain. In his transmissions, he was once again astonishing in his accuracy and precision (47/53 passes). He often projected himself and was also rewarded in his percussion. First at the start of the match, he converted a penalty and then scored a second nice goal. With a flat foot outside the area, he lodges the leather in the small net of the Clermont goalkeeper.

For his return to a bench that he knows so well, Antoine Kombouaré had perfectly prepared for his meeting. With a low block whose mission was to cover the Nice departures, the Rennes midfielders could thus project themselves very quickly to hinder the ball exits. Florent Mollet was at the origin of several good pressing sequences. Moussa Sissoko also had a big game in midfield. More generally, the entire Nantes team will have shown self-sacrifice to achieve a very important victory at the end of the season which promises to be fought out until the last day for survival.


Even if they certainly did not hope to save their season against Téfécé, the Clermontois lacked conviction in this 27th day of Ligue 1. Faced with a Toulouse team which took time to enter this meeting, the CF 63 n failed to take advantage of these spaces. They suffered constantly, constantly leaving openings in their backs. They conceded a penalty from the start and never had the mental resources to come back. They quickly got annoyed and left their match alone.

The three offensive players from Nice were noticeably absent against the Canaries. Manhandled in particular because of absences in the midfield, the Aiglons never managed to really plan to worry the Nantes residents. Terem Moffi, Mohamed-Ali Cho and Jérémie Boga only managed to take one shot after the first 45 minutes. Faced with a perfectly established Nantes block, they will never have succeeded in influencing this meeting whether in the duel or in the deep take. Even if he scores from the penalty spot, the Nigerian striker will not have had any impact on this meeting, just like his teammates. They logically lost against the Canaries after a game where they never managed to make a difference in the game.

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