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Lorient-Brest: Del Castillo comes to save Brest residents lacking ideas, the tops and flops


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Lorient-Brest: Del Castillo comes to save Brest residents lacking ideas, the tops and flops


It was necessary for Stade Brestois. Romain Del Castillo, who became the father of a little girl this Saturday, started the match on the bench. Entering shortly after the hour mark, the Brest number 10 scored the only goal of this match (86th). Perfectly offset by Kamory Doumbia, hero of the first leg as he scored a quadruple, the former Lyonnais placed his shot perfectly in the opposite net. A goal worth three points.

Before this goal at the very end of the match, Lorient had tried everything. Placed behind the attacker - Mohamed Bamba, too non-existent - Badredine Bouanani and Julien Ponceau multiplied the good actions. The Lorient n°10 lit the first fuse of the match but his shot ended up on the post (20th). A misfortune also experienced by Julien Ponceau, who saw his shot crash into the upright shortly before the break (43rd). On the sides, Panos Kasteris and Darlin Yongwa were hyperactive.

With his double meter, it's hard to miss him. Isaak Touré has once again shown the full extent of his talent. 71 balls touched for the former OM defender, his team’s record. Valuable defensively (six duels won out of nine), the 21-year-old was also active on the attacking front. He is involved in the action which could (should?) have given Lorient a penalty (28th). Isaak Touré is also the one who clears, from his line, the ball from Lilian Brassier (59th).


Cornerstone of the environment and the Brest project this season, Pierre Lees-Melou was absent in Lorient, suspended after an accumulation of yellow cards. Yet usual starter, Hugo Magnetti sank at Moustoir (nine balls lost out of 34 played, no duel won). Too high or too low, Mahdi Camara has never known how to position himself. Only Jonas Martin did somewhat well.

Eric Roy's players lacked precision and attention. 18 fouls in total during the match, compared to ten for Lorient. Kenny Lala was the first booked, for a challenge, just before the break (45 1). Jonas Martin (76th) and Lilian Brassier (80th) also received a yellow card. Coming into play at the end of the match, Billal Brahimi was sent off (90 6) after a brush. A decision that seems harsh.

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