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Stade Brestois.  What to remember from the big victory against Lens (4-0) – Stade Brestois

The pass of three

With its draws against Reims then Lille, Brest even remains in five games without defeat. Much more playful since its move to 4-4-2, Michel Der Zakarian’s team has completely changed in the space of a few weeks, and continues to climb in the standings, moving away, match after match, from the Red zone. Hérelle’s return from injury on October 23 against Lille may not have been for nothing: since, in any case, Brest has not lost any more. With this victory, Brest temporarily gains four places, and goes back to 13th place in the standings.

Ubiquitous faivre

Sick and exempt from training on Saturday, he was in all the good shots in Brest this Sunday against Lens. In addition to his ability to make the game more fluid, he has shown himself to be combative and involved. Statistically, he has a full game. Penultimate passer on the first goal after having scratched a ball thirty meters from the Lensois goals, he is decisive passer on the 2nd (his corner finding Chardonnet’s header), before scoring his 5th goal of the season, the 3rd Sunday for Brest, with a curled left foot strike which ended its race in the small net. A little gem of finesse.

Goal streak continues

The only team in the French championship to have scored at least one goal per game since the start of the season, Stade Brestois continues its good streak (in Europe, only Inter, AC Milan, Liverpool and Bayern have made it so much). With no less than four goals scored, all by different players, the Brestois achieved a full match. An offensive success embellished with a new “clean sheet”, the second only this season. And this, despite two posts found by the Lensois, and a ball saved on its line by Hérelle. Clearly, this Sunday, Brest had the baraka: the ideal scenario for a meeting placed under the sign of homage to François Yvinec.

Technical sheet

Final score: 4-0 (half-time: 3-0)

12,462 spectators

Referees: Eric Wattelier, assisted by Brice Parinet Le Tellier and Alexis Auger

Scorers. Stade Brest: Mounié (3rd), Chardonnet (13th), Faivre (33rd), Le Douaron (68th)

Warnings. SB29: Duverne (58th)

RC Lens: Medina (36th), Doucouré (77th)


RC Lens: Kalimuendo (74th)

The teams

BRESTOIS STADIUM: Bizot – Pierre-Gabriel, Hérelle (Brassier, 73rd), Chardonnet (cap.), Duverne – Faivre, Belkebla (Magnetti, 87th), Agoumé, Honorat (Saïd, 87th) – Le Douaron (Cardona, 82nd), Mounié (Del Castillo, 73rd).

Alternates: Larsonneur, Uronen, Faussurier, MBock.

Trainer: Michel Der Zakarian.

LENS: Leca – Gradit, Danso, Médina (Pereira Da Costa, 61st) – Clauss (Haïdara, 73rd), Fofana (cap.), Doucouré, Frankowski – Kakuta (Boli, 73rd) – Ganago (Kalimuendo, 61st), Jean ( Baldé, 73rd).

Substitutes: Farinez, Wooh, Cahuzac, Varane.

Trainer: Franck Haise

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