Bordeaux suffered their first defeat of the season on Saturday against Guingamp (1-0) at the start of the fifth day of Ligue Two, marked by Dijon’s third win, which moved up the standings, in Metz (2-1). ).
While waiting for flights in the evening from Caen (2nd place, 10 points) to Paris FC and from Amiens (4th place, 9 points) to Le Havre, Dijon sits alone at the top of the standings with 11 units, while Bordeaux slips to fifth. place. , confirming the current difficulties he faces a week after entering Grenoble (0-0). Guingamp came back on her side on the makeshift podium, in third place.
Relegated to the basement, the six-time French champion was surprised at the start of the match after defender Malcolm Bukele’s weak control near the surface, and Jeremy Levolant (sixth), his third goal of the season, took advantage of it. Guingampais, who lost at Caen last Saturday (4-1), resumed their march forward by signing for their third win.
Dijonne, who was reduced to ten in the second half after Christopher Roccia was left out, made the difference thanks to one revealer at the start of the season, Portuguese Zande Silva (29), who has been involved in four goals (2 goals and 2 assists) since the end of July. Then Mickaël Le Bihan (59) took charge of giving Dijon a comfortable advantage by scoring his third achievement.
Metz, who cut the mark in the 78th minute through Lamine Guy, may regret missing a penalty kick (68), pushed by Dijon goalkeeper Baptiste Renett.
Laszlo Boloni’s men, held at Laval (3-3) last week, are relegated to sixth place provisionally and could exit the top 10 depending on the outcome of the day’s other matches.