Paris FC Nîmes for the 9th day of Ligue 2, at the Charléty stadium.

Led by the score, the Nîmes lost 2-0 against a more efficient Parisian opponent.

It is a Parisian workforce in 4-2-3-1 balanced who began the meeting, with Tattevin in tip, against the 4-5-1 defensive Plancque, installing Koné in tip.

It was with a goalless draw that the two groups returned to their respective locker rooms at half-time.

Opening the scoring in the 60th, Kanté allowed his team to really start the match.

Finally, in the 74th, Caddy scored the last goal of the match, in favor of Paris FC.

The referee handed a yellow card to Name and Guessoum.

Paris FC therefore takes three points, which allows players to reach 5th place in the provisional ranking, ahead of Pau.

This defeat temporarily drops Nîmes to 8th position, behind Le HAC.

Paris FC and Nîmes: the next matches

Paris FC will play against Niort at the René-Gaillard stadium on September 24 at 9 p.m. for the next day.

The HAC will face Nîmes on the same day at exactly the same time, at the Costières stadium.

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The match in brief: line-up, goals and refereeing

Paris FC - Nîmes: 2-0 (0-0 at half-time)

In Paris (Charléty stadium), September 21, kick-off at 8 p.m.

Nîmes coach: Pascal Plancque

Composition from Nîmes: Per Kristian Bratveit (1), Patrick Burner (21), Théo Sainte-Luce (17), Naomichi Ueda (5), Kelyan Guessoum (2), Yassine Benrahou (22) [then Mahamadou Doucouré in the 78th] , Julien Ponceau (19), Lamine Fomba (12), Zinedine Ferhat (10), Niclas Eliasson (7) [then Antoine Valério in the 78th], Moussa Koné (28) [then Elias Már Ómarsson in the 66th]

Paris FC coach: Thierry Laurey

Composition of Paris FC: Vincent Demarconnay (1), Samir Chergui (31), Florent Hanin (29), Thibault Campanini (27) [then Cheik Oumar Diakite in the 65th], Ousmane Kanté (19), Maxime Bernauer (2) [ then Yoan Koré in the 94th], Cyril Mandouki (14) [then Ousmane Camara in the 16th], Yohann Demoncy (8), Moustapha Name (5), Arnaud Tattevin (33) [then Julien Lopez in the 65th], Migouel Alfarela (25) [then Warren Caddy in the 66th]

Goals: Kanté (60th), Caddy (74th)

Warnings: Name (42nd) for Paris FC, Guessoum (38th) for Nîmes

No player sent off

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