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Ben Arfa led to Nice win, suffering Marseille
September 30 2015

Hatem Ben Arfa produced two moments of magic nine Nice easy 4-1 away win at St Etienne, preventing their opponents from closing the gap in the French leaders Paris Saint-Germain. Vincent Koziello gave an early lead of Nice Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, but Loic Perrin soon equalised for Saint-Etienne, converting the rebound after a Fabien Lemoine shot crashed back off the bar.


That's when Ben Arfa intervention volley into the net past Stephane Ruffier and the tourists back to front in the 39th minute of the far corner. Even better, one minute before the interval to Ben Arfa, dribbling to the challenges in the past few years, and sent a low shot across Ruffier.

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Jean - Michael Sri put before Valere Saint-Germain, Nampalys Mendy and Maxime Le Marchand Nice little further below under counterattack led both sent off in the last half hour. The latter admitted that this was missed to make - go after penalty
Christophe Bahebeck as Nice claims third win in a short period of more than one week after a 3-1 victory at Bastia and 6-1 victory over Bordeaux. Nice reached the seventh, and the Saint-Etienne holding second behind leaders and defending champions Paris St Germain, who won 4-1 Saturday in Nantes four points.

Elsewhere on Sunday, Marseille's dismal start continued with a 2-1 defeat at home sad French newboys Angers on Sunday. Thomas Mangani, a target
Before a penalty and Romain Thomas had Velodrome stadium in Marseille troubled Michiel Batshuayi 11 minutes from point to reduce the deficit again. Results Michelle struggled down the left side in the bottom half of the table, only four points above the relegation zone.

"We played very badly in the first half, this is not the start of play," Michelle said. After "we did not in the game and sub-par minutes. We lack creativity and penetration. I can not explain, but we must find a solution." Angers continues its impressive return to the top league no 21 years, they moved into fifth place, but the level and ranked third in Rennes points.

"After fifteen point eight games is crazy," said Angers coach Stefan Moulin Rouge. "We
Successfully play to our strengths, advantages of our club, our generosity, collective discipline. We are not crazy, we know Marseille better than us, individually or collectively, but a small team in football can make life difficult for large. "

A single shot Michelle team failed to muster a goal in the opening period, although leading industries. But when they were caught out, Rémy Cabella gave away a penalty 38 minutes in reducing Arnold Bouka Moutou and Mangani shot home the highs of the goal from 12 yards. Marseille improved after the break and created three chances in quick succession, but the goalkeeper Ludovic Butelle Angers who saved his best foot from Buna Saar. Mangani established the visitors 20 minutes of the second period with a free kick, Thomas headed home.

It hosts nine minutes after being given a lifeline Ferebory Dole tipped Lucas
Ocampos and Batshuayi dispatched the penalty. There is still time to Marseille
Snatch a point, but Paolo De Ceglie, Ocampos, Batshuayi and Cabela missed good
Opportunities.

Guingamp snatch late point from Nicolas Benezet an accidental goal one minute from time to deny victory Guingamp Monaco snatched a 3-3 draw. Montpellier won 3-2 last Thursday in Monaco looked on course for a second successive away win, but despite the lead three times in the game, after Bernardo Silva, Andre RAGGI and satisfied Buhler · Dirar, the host hung back, each Baisi Luo Wen Privat and Benezet brace. The results leave Monaco eighth and 13 Guingamp.

Montpellier, the 2012 champion, got the 2-1 victory over mid-table Lorient this season's first victory. Jonas Martin hit a winner in the 57th minute after Lorient Rafidine Abdullah has canceled Lamy Bensebaini opener, though Montpellier remain in the final third.

 


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