Zapping But! Football Club RC Lens: the complete list of Sang et Or
The Stade Brestois did not go into detail yesterday by currying RC Lens with an exhilarating start to the match (4-0). The good news for the Sang et Or is that they could already have the key to bounce back on Friday against the SCO d’Angers.
“If someone does not watch the match, he will not understand, retains Seko Fofana. The coach had warned us and the three goals that we take sum up his speech, regretted the captain Sang et Or. At 0-2, it was (already) not the same. We take even more risks. Brest caused the imbalance. And they have been very successful. Conversely, if our two shots on a post (Ganago, 35th, Fofana, 48th) materialize… There is also Franko (Frankowski) whose shot is stopped on the line (by Hérelle, 11th). That will serve as a lesson for us. Sometimes it feels good. Friday (against Angers) arrives quickly to erase all that. “
“We are at the top of the ranking and we are told that we are doing good things,” recalls Franck Haise. We are very happy after sixteen months in L1. But it also means that when we use less ingredients or less rigor, we do not have the means to exist. »Jean-Louis Leca is very motivated and knows how to restart the machine. ” The following ? It’s not going to be complicated, says the RC Lens goalkeeper. We are going to do what we did before: review the game, analyze the positive and the negative, question ourselves and get back to work. There is talent in every opponent. When we are not at the bottom, they can put us in difficulty. “
💬 Franck Haise: “The confidence we have in our game should not make us forget the moments when we have to defend together. “
The analysis of the artesian tactician and captain Seko Fofana after a bitter encounter pic.twitter.com/Q2Pm9s21U1
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Widely beaten in Brest on Saturday as part of the 14th day of Ligue 1 (0-4), RC Lens will have the opportunity to bounce back from Friday at the opening of the 15th by welcoming the SCO from Angers to Bollaert (9pm). Jean-Louis Leca knows it.