Ligue 2: Two missed penalties, a red card, a goal awarded in the last second… Paris FC’s Nightmare Evening

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After being beaten this Tuesday by FC Souchaux in the pre-dam of their entry into Ligue 1 (2-1), Paris FC had all the cards to ensure an easy breakthrough at the start of the match. But the Parisian club were unlucky and clumsy to lose against Sochaux and once again missed the mark of rise to the elite.

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And to think that Paris FC could have scored 0 to 3 goals after 14 minutes of play…if, the club from Paris will be able to rewrite history, but the fact remains: having missed two penalties at the start of the match. After Mustafa Nam and by Miguel Alfarella, PFC dug their own grave on Tuesday evening (1–2) at the Charlty Stadium and allowed FC Souchaux to return to the game.

After these two clumsy errors, these two penalties missed entirely and taken to the same spot next to the goal – a rare enough fact to be underscored – PFC continued to play misfortune throughout the meeting. Suffice it for club president Pierre Ferresi to express regret over beIN Sports’ microphone that his team was “not spoiled by luck”.

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“It’s terrible, we didn’t deserve it”

Then it was the unfortunate name, “player of the season”, according to Ferraci, who collected two avoidable yellow cards, synonymous with expulsion. On his second warning, Nam slipped onto the grass lawn of Charlietie Stadium and could not control his interference. The most restless Parisian of the start of the match, this exit also occurs when Alimami Gori is injured after fifteen minutes of play.

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“The turn of the match has resulted in a lot of disappointment… two missed penalties, a somewhat stupid takedown, it’s terrible. We didn’t deserve it”, lamented Ferreci, who didn’t mention this evening’s last stab : Maxim du Couto scored for Sochax in the last second.

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PFC will have to wait to move to Ligue 1

And to add to the brutal scenario, Sochelian’s strike is immediately blocked and PFC goalkeeper Vincent DeMarcone is lobbied. “If it’s not a goal from anywhere else… it’s 100% success”, said PFC coach Thierry Lowry, expressing regret over beIN Sports’ microphone: “I’m disappointed, seeing as the match we had Well, I don’t understand how we could have lost it. After fifteen minutes, the match should be over.”

As a result, PFC would have to wait another season to aim for Ligue 1, the club’s objective for several seasons. After a pre-dam loss against RC Lens in 2019 and Grenoble in 2021, Paris FC will have more to learn from than a disappointing setback. “Maybe there is maturity to be found here and there. (…) we will continue to work and the club will continue to grow”, concluded Ferraci.

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