Amiens SC lost the magic formula

Slowed by a strong formation from Bastia (0-0), Amiens SC confirmed the current difficulties in the offensive field. Deprived of the brazen success of Aliu Baghi, the fifth biggest budget in the tournament lost his charm a little. Debriefing at five points from this meeting count on day 32 of the second division.

Result effect:

Whereas a victory could allow Amins to hit the fateful crossbar at 43 points and at the same time stay in the shooting range with sixth place, currently occupied by Kane (45 points) who will be their next opponent. Bastia conceded 0-0 in the second straight draw at home. Blame it on an extremely chaotic team performance and offensive sector in a ruthless state of lack of inspiration. Far from a brazen winter success, where Aliou Bhaji managed to turn almost every first outright position for his team, Amiens is once again more predictable and less blunt in his defensive inclinations.

If Chadrac Accolo has shown realism in Valenciennes, scoring two goals on his first two occasions, he is the only one who really floats at the moment. The club’s top scorer with 11 goals in the league, Aliou Baji, has not shook the opponent’s net for a month and a half. The same is true of Tolo Arkudari, who scored just three times in 2022 for about fifteen games played. Thus, Amiens scored just five goals in the last six Ligue 2 matches, including two in the last three receptions, enough to time the standings by failing to break through the glass ceiling for tenth place only once, and climbing to ninth. After the victory over Nancy.

The full Ligue 2 standings

Game player:

If he wasn’t always the most coveted player or the most beautiful player he saw while playing, then Mateo Pavlovic has a rather formidable efficiency. In a match where fighting took precedence over a match, Captain Amiens found an ideal field of expression. Among the few Amiens SC players who won the majority of his duels (4/6), the former Angevin played lightly but with some efficiency.

Match notes SC Amiens – Bastia


“I think we already had the attitudes to score in the first half. We didn’t and broke our necks in the second half. We were already better. It’s not our best game at home. We often win our matches because we opened the scoring on our first chance. Which was not the case this time. Bastia has always been organized. We ran out of space in the second half and we didn’t take it very much. Sometimes we confuse speed with sprinting by going behind the back of the defense, when that’s the focus for us. After that, we’re still in control. We have the attitudes, but it’s true that we lack a little bit of a bit. Sharpness and precision. We are used to not achieving two consecutive victories.”

Philip Henchberger after this lottery

statistics :

6 – Since the defeat to Ajaccio, Amiens has not lost at Stade Licorne. With this draw, Picard managed to tie the sixth match unbeaten at home.

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