Strasbourg Lens 1-0, goals and highlights from Ligue 1

To decide was a goal signed by Ludovic Ajorque that definitively broke the balance that had been created in the match between Strasbourg and Lens. In a confrontation that saw a substantial balance between the two teams, the key moment came at minute 67 when Ajorque found the right hole to overcome the opposing goalkeeper. That goal, count in hand, was enough to bring three really precious points as a dowry. The match, in fact, ended with the result of 1-0. To report for Strasbourg the error from the penalty spot at 0 ‘.

During the match, Matz Sels for Strasbourg called into question on some other occasion apart from the 0 goals conceded. In fact, on a numerical level there were 2 saves by the goalkeeper during today’s match.

In the defeat of Lens, Jean-Louis Leca in addition to the goal conceded was however called into question a few times: only 2 saves during the whole match.

Despite the defeat, Lens were in control of the match: they had more ball possession (51%), and had more corners (6-2). While Strasbourg prevailed in terms of total number of shots (13-13).

Facundo Medina (Lens) was the best for the number of passes completed (71), surpassing in this special ranking even Alexander Djiku, the most precise in the ranks of Strasbourg (60). The Lens player also prevailed in the data relating to the passes made in the opponent’s trocar (8-7).

Ludovic Ajorque was the player who shot the most for Strasbourg: 3 times including 1 on target. For Lens it was Seko Fofana who tried harder, shooting 3 times, including 2 on goal.
In Strasbourg, midfielder Jean-Ricner Bellegarde was the best of his opponents in tackling won (9 out of 14 total) and contributed to his team’s dominance in the overall figure (100%). Defender Jonathan Gradit was the most effective in the Lens ranks with 8 tackles won (11 played in total).

The triumph of Strasbourg has the obvious consequence of putting three points on the farm, raising Stéphan’s team to 51 points in the standings. The setback of Lens instead leaves S. Fofana and companions to 44 points

In terms of individual statistics, on the other hand, Ajorque, who finished in the match scorers ‘table, rises to 11 goals in the top scorers’ standings.

Strasbourg: M. Sels, A. Djiku, A. Caci, G. Nyamsi, I. Sissoko, J. Aholou, J. Bellegarde, D. Lienard (Cap.), F. Guilbert, L. Ajorque, K. Gameiro. All: Julien Stéphan
Available: A. Waris, M. Habib Diarra, M. Elimbi Gilbert, K. Fila, E. Kawashima, D. Sahi, H. Diallo.
Changes: Habib Diarra <-> Aholou (68 ‘), Diallo <-> Gameiro (83′), Fila <-> Lienard (93 ‘)

Lens: J. Leca, J. Gradit, C. Wooh, F. Medina, J. Clauss, C. Doucouré, P. Frankowski, S. Fofana (Cap.), A. Kalimuendo-Muinga, D. Pereira Da Costa, I. Ganago. All: Franck Haise
On hand: I. Baldé, W. Fariñez, M. Haïdara, G. Kakuta, W. Saïd, M. Camara, P. Berg, Y. Cahuzac, D. Machado.
Changes: Saïd <-> Ganago (72 ‘), Kakuta <-> Pereira Da Costa (72′), Machado <-> Frankowski (83 ‘), Baldé <-> Clauss (83′)

Goals: 67 ‘(R) Ajorque.
Bookings: F. Guilbert, D. Lienard, J. Aholou, C. Doucouré

Stadium: Stade de la Meinau
Referee: François Letexier

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