In the face of this…
In the face of this encounter on Friday, November 11, it looks more like two points lost than one point won. “I’m frustrated because in content, we have control, possession, but they have really big chances in transitions,” lost Erwan Lannuzel, coach of Bergerac, who expected Puydômois’ counterattacks.
The first period was almost exclusively in Bergeracois advantage. Except that by attacking Chamaliérois’s goal without finding a mistake, the rear revealed itself. And the Auvergnats have several arrows to work against. So Enzo Pauchet had to release two superb interventions.
First to the penalty by Mbina, who wanted to justify himself (15th) after being cut down, then in front of Mai (36th) who chose a strong shot on the offensive surplus. Finally, after a free kick Bouvier (55) was pushed back into the legs of Chamaliérois before the referee awarded a foul to the visitors.
Elsewhere, BPFC merrily dominated, but again lacked realism. But he did everything to get himself in the right conditions. Hamilton Beltran was unsustainable on the right side, and then on the left side when he zoned out. Damien Fachan had his usual performance, Maxime Pelican and Hicham M’Laab provided solutions. But in the last gesture the Bergeracs sinned.
“It’s frustrating. You have to know how to kill matches. The number of crosses we make is huge…, laments the technician. Sometimes it’s a lack of success, there’s also technical accuracy. »
Cesar Neto had two more than favorable positions, on crosses from Pelican (23rd) and Beltran (28th), but the former Poitevin did not find the frame. M’Laab tried his luck on a cross (40th) and Victor Elissalt made a magnificent volley (45th + 1) on Lucas Dumai’s cross, each time canceled out by Fournier, the Puydômois goalkeeper.
At the start of the second half, BPFC found themselves cut in two, attacked in midfield by Chamaliérois who never fell into a commitment. Mbina managed to slip a header (52nd) before being twice caught offside to the greatest relief of Périgord Pourpre.
“We are cut in two because we have the will to attack, but Chamalières is a low block,” justifies Lannuzel. His players quickly mobilized again, but, despite the substitutions, they were unable to dislodge the Auvergnats, content with a point. The biggest chance for Bergerac in the second act (70th) was headed by Mamadou Kamissoko from a corner.
Nsila again forced Pauchet to relax for the last time (90th + 2), Axel Tressens was answered by Romain Escarpit (90th + 3) to end the evening in a strange way.