Lille-Lens: After defeat, Fonte upset with Lentois bus driver’s delight

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Speaking in mixed territory after his loss with Lille against Lens (1–2), Jose Fonte was inadvertently interrupted by the joyful respect of the Lensois bus driver, who clearly offended him.

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Fell a lot after the defeat. beat Lille against Lens (1–2) on Saturday, at the end of a disappointing match where he was involved in two opposing goals, after José Fonte met reporters’ microphones in the mixed field to explain himself. But the Portuguese defender struggled to move on with his words, as he was constantly interrupted by the respect of the Lensis bus driver, much to his delight after the victory.

“We’ve got a result that’s not at our level. If you start the match to come back, it’s difficult,” Fonte said at first, before stopping. He then looked in the direction of the Song Et or bus, which honked nonstop, before recovering. “So here we are, we started the match badly and after that it’s difficult, because they are always dangerous in transition. We are disappointed, disappointed.”

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Zeka “Sorry”

The defender was particularly marked by this defeat: it was he who redirected the ball towards Francoski on the opener, then the one who deflected Kalimuendo’s shot on the second goal, forgetting for LOSC. But it will be one evening. “It’s a tough moment for everyone, he continued. We want to win and give everything for the team. We have to look up. The match is difficult, of course, it will make its mark, but on Wednesday there will be a And it’s game.”

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These words were similar to those of Zeka, the only scorer of the match for Lille. “This derby was very important for us, for our pride. We apologize first, we share the disappointment of the supporters, we recognize the Portuguese midfielder from time to time. Not necessarily a lack of respect, it’s natural things.” In the Ligue 1 classification, Mastiffs are now in 8th place, just behind their executioners on Saturday.

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Corentin Parboud The Indian Paper Journalist

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