Football: Costières beat Caen (0-1), the scores of Nîmes Olympique against the Normans.

At the end of a pretty good game for the first day of the championship, Nîmes Olympique lost to the wire against Caen, punished in extra time by a goal from Kyeremeh (90th + 4).

Slides (5): it is not necessary to work once during the first half hour. Transferred a cross from Vandermesch with his fist that the Nîmes goalkeeper could have caught (49th). Finished his first post well with a recovery from Essende (52nd) before being saved from his post, in the corner that followed, by a header from Mendy. Won, with authority, a center with a line from Vandermesch (62nd) before doing the same by immediately leaving a striking free kick from the left-handed Court. There is no power in the Caen goal of the future Kyremeh, shot at close range by the striker who played in Annecy last season (90th + 4).

Durand de Gevigney (6): for the first time in his professional and Ligue 2 career, the former player of Versailles has a client in the person of the impressive Essende. A complex start to the recovery meeting with five estimates in the first quarter of an hour. He recovered very well afterwards, severe in his defensive interventions. Cautioned for a tackle too high in Court (67th).

Child (5): from the height of his 35 years, the central defender plays it with experience in the defense with 3 crocos, cleverly cutting the opposing paths. Deflected a dangerous center from Korte to Mendy (43rd) with a header. Caught, when the second action continued, by Essende, whose attempt ended in a corner (47th). Serious game.

Picture (5): careful marking throughout the game. The referee cautioned for a tackle that was too heavy on Essende in the top corner (18th). Interrupted, with authority, the collapse of Kyeremeh (81st).

Vargas (5): focused and serious defensively, in addition to being active offensively on his right side. Always suggests solutions even if they are not always found. Replaced by The girl (75th) post for post.

Method (ch., 4): tried to increase the tempo of his sentry post in the middle and he was able to present especially in the first period. The Gard captain died after the break, as did most of his teammates. Was cautioned before the break (44th) for dragging his feet on Daubin.

Thomasen (3): an interesting strike, although little supported, that ended up in the arms of Mandrea, the goalkeeper of Caen (6th). Inside, however, throughout the meeting. Not punchy enough and logically replaced by N’Guessan (66th).

Sadzout (5): a good cross from the left to Kone (11th) which the Senegalese cannot take advantage of with a header. Author of a return, in extremis, in his place to destroy a Caen action and put the ball for a corner (44th) following a deep ball from Mendy to Vandermesch. Like his counterpart on the right, Vargas, it gave way Eliasson (75th), which, rather on the legs, is immediately illustrated on his left foot by two dangerous crosses. Badly negotiated also a dangerous free kick (86th) of the angel above, on the left side, by sending the ball … to touch the other side.

Benrahu (4): in the first period, the playmaker was well found between the lines, his technique then made the difference, although he was not decisive enough. Delayed a lot when armed with his shot in the Caen area, taken by Malherbe’s defense (45th + 3). Very little response in some situations, especially in the opposite area. gives way to Benezet (84th) who, when he entered the game, got the captain’s armband from Fomba.

Koné (4): Voluntary, generous with effort, the Senegalese striker without effort but lacking spontaneity in a cross from Tchokounté (45th + 3). His duet, in attack, with Tchokounté still logically needs some changes. The Senegalese had the croco’s biggest chance but lost his face in Mandrea’s face after getting the best of Norman defender Cissé. Before being replaced by Omarson (84th)

Tchokounte (4): Serving as the focal point of the attack, the croco centre-forward did a lot of work without his efforts being counted. Often caught in the middle of the Caen rearguard, the rookie from Nîmes did his best. It was only a situation for the former Dunkirk not to put his head on a center from the left of Eliasson (90th + 1).

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