Football: Saint-Pryvé falls to Rouen, the sensation of the moment in National 2

Saint-Pryve stands still. Dominated by Granville and Romorantin in recent weeks, the team led by Baptiste Ridira conceded again at home against FC Rouen (1-2) on Saturday 30 Aprilwho has confirmed his good mood at the moment (8th consecutive game without defeat)† Quickly leading the game, the Pryvatains had managed to pull themselves back at the start of the second period, thanks to Mathis Cherchourbut they conceded a second goal on the hour, on an action borrowed from bad luck, caused by a slide by Allan Ramos perfectly exploited by the Normandy offensive line. If the Loiretans penetrated into the final, they could never catch up.

the first period

FC Rouen was the first to be dangerous on a corner from the first minute a somewhat dangerous outing by Charles-Henri Châtelinthe pryvatain porter, who acted as a warning to the locals. The threat went up a notch in the 8th with a serve from Sahloune to Barthélémy who fired a shot just wide. The Norman striker played it solo, fifteen minutes into the game, and he was right† After a nice breakthrough on the right flank he let go a powerful shot that landed under the bar of the Loire Valley cageto capture the advantage of the FCR (0-1, 15e).

Meanwhile, Saint-Pryvé had finally left his mark on a raid by Fabrice Seidou in the vicinity of Rouen, but his center had not found a buyer. Mathis Cherchour signaled himself in turn, in the 19th, with a potentially interesting strike, except it was countered by a defender from Rouen† In the aftermath, the Pryvatains were close to achieving their goal after a corner from the head that was well unleashed by Baltus, the visiting goalkeeper.

The end of the half was for Rouen, with attempts by Oumar Berrezkami (34th) and Nicolas Barthélémy (38th)who narrowly missed the target. The local trigger Mathis Cherchour had the equalizing ball at the end of the footbut he failed to adapt Baltus.

the second period

The first pryvataine offensive of the second period was the right onein the 49th, with the good inspiration of Chercour, in the second leaf, who deceived Baltus…a dry attack within six yards (1-1). A long highlight of the locals followed, which, however, did not lead to anything concrete. They would regret it during the match, when the game rocked on a slide by Allan Ramos forty meters from his cage, full of consequences. Oumar Berrezkami recovered the ball, pierced full shaft before serving Mondy Prunier who defeated Châtelin (1-2, 66th).

Saint-Pryvé was not far from winning in the final a long shot from David Attah, who licked the right post of the Normandy cage (83rd). In the next move it was Rouen who strongly believed in the break, but Adil Hitouss, who came in just before, went too far ahead (84th).

Baptiste Ridira .’s response

“We miss everything tonight: heart, life, investment, precision, tactical consistency† Fate haunts us, because we deserve it. Without a soul, without the good condition, we can claim no better”.

Data sheet
Saint-Pryvé/Saint-Hilaire – FC Rouen, 1-2 (0-1). Referee: M.Lhenoret. Spectators: about 250.
goals. For Saint-Pryvé/Saint-Hilaire: Cherchour (49th); for FC Rouen: Barthélémy (15th), Prunier (66th).
Warning. In Saint-Pryvé/Saint-Hilaire: Pushes (assistant coach, 75th).
Saint-Pryve/Saint-Hilaire. Chatelin – Inwen, Gourville, Ramos, Ndiaye – Kimbembé (Diawara 78th), Seye (Attah 55th), Jabi, Ncho (Lemesle 88th) – Seidou, Cherchour. Trainer: Baptiste Ridira.
FC Rouen. Baltus – Pianelli, Sanson, Bassin (cap.), Tbahriti – Benzia, Bezzekhami, Bernasque – Barthélémy (Hitouss 70th), Sahloune (Nakoubi 88th), Prunier (Dorvil 74th). Trainer: Maxime D’Ornano.

Raphael Coqueli

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