During Dijon’s defeat at Angers (3-0), Dijon goalkeeper Saturnin Allagbé scored a goal against his unlikely camp.
Everything works backwards for Dijon, last in Ligue 1 and officially relegated for several weeks. Against Angers, this Sunday (3-0), the players of David Linarès conceded a completely improbable second goal, on a blunder of the goalkeeper Saturnin Allagbé.
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While Angelo Fulgini had already opened the scoring in the first period, it was he, again, who created the gap at the start of the action, finding Farid El Melali in the back of the defense. The Algerian, lonely, then wanted to find Stéphane Bahoken behind, to offer a ready goal to his attacker.
Allagbé against the center and puts it at the bottom
El Melali’s cross was completely missed but he finished in the background, thanks to the huge fault of Saturnin Allagbé, the Dijon goalkeeper. Anticipating the retreating center, Allagbé left the goal wide open for El Melali. If the Angevin player did not try to deceive him directly, his failed cross attempt touched Allagbé’s supporting foot to slip to the back of the goal.
Dijon finally lost 3-0, Loïc Diony worsening the score at the end of the game. Saturnin Allagbé, him, connects a new defeat with the DFCO. Holder in place of Racioppi for a few weeks, the Beninese goalkeeper has had only one victory as a titular goalkeeper, this season in Ligue 1. The road to Ligue 2 looks like a nightmare.