Suspense, intensity, good play: the only representatives of the division in R1 gave a great final to the 200 or so spectators in the Jean-Cochet Hall on Wednesday night.
Deprived of a few executives (Caestecker, Divanach, Aubry, Moreau, Sylla and Murcy) as well as their coach, Adrien Gato (Holidays), the Chartrains got off to a great start going 2-0 up after five minutes. A double from Gaillot on a pass from Dupuy (1′) and then at the end of a great teamwork (5′).
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Without separating, the partners of Tony Sagaz, player coach Drewes, met a long shot (8′) and then Kony (10′). Even before taking the lead, Khanfari achieved (3-2, 11′). Three goals conceded in four minutes by CCF inexperienced Benoit Devine, a tenacious defensive pivot on Wednesday, who has been exploding off the bench.
Gadio – Leichnig, match within the match
Just before the break, Ghasemi returned to level the two teams after a counterattack (3-3, 18). And it is the first period that Charteren goalkeeper Ali Gadio has doubled his tackles, especially against Brian Lechnig, undoubtedly the two best players in this final.
On an increasingly slippery pitch with the stifling heat, the Druids dominated the second half without getting wrapped up in front of a very busy Gadio. On top of the latter, Paz resumed without the control of Lupe Hanif (4-3, 30′). Great art. Immediately after that, Kony equalized (4-4, 31 minutes).
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“We were on top psychologically,” Tony Sagaz estimated. An opinion shared by Florian Dupuy: “They were stronger than us in the head.” Like Benoit Devin’s penalty shoot-out, which marked the intensity of the match, Hanif fell flat. The Portuguese from Drew could lift the trophy at the end of a good season (4th in R1 for the first time at this level).
The Chartres missed the final match, as in the league (3). “A season with nothing at the end … we have to think about it,” said Florian Dupuy.
Cartoons (Hall Jean Cochet).Portugal’s Drew edged C’Chartres Football 4-4 (3-2 TAB). First half: 3-3. Referees: Messrs. Esteban and Makhoul.
Objectives.For Chartres: Gaillot (1, 5), Kasmi (18), Baz (30); For Drew: Leichnig (8), Kone (10, 31) Khanfri (11).