5th league victory for Team Chambé and how! Chambéry won against (30-27) on Dunkirk for the 8th day of Starligue. The story of a game mastered from start to finish by Erick Mathé’s men.
Another great performance from Team Chambé this Thursday evening for the 8th day of Starligue! In a Lighthouse crowded with 4,000 people, Chambéry mastered his subject from start to finish to get rid of Dunkirk (30-27). If the Dunkirk people were not unworthy, Erick Mathé’s men never really trembled.
At the start of the match, Chambéry immediately took the lead thanks to vice-captain Alexandre Tritta (6 goals), always imperial to dynamite the defenses and a Quaido Traoré on fire. The left winger has 4 goals. Ideal before the international break.
Attack, defense, there will be nothing missing this Thursday night. Chambéry wanted to endure two defeats in a row against Chartres and Paris? It’s done, and it’s done. “The rotations are going well, when we come back, we give ourselves 200%, everyone brings” affirms the center-half Jean-Loup Faustin at the end of the match. With ten different scorers this Thursday evening, Team Chambé asserts its number one strength: the collective.
When we got back from the locker room, the intention was the same. Hurting the opponent while conceding as little as possible. And this was the case thanks to a Nikola Portner in demand, but present to disgust the attacks in Dunkirk (11 saves).
It’s very interesting to stay under the 30 goals conceded bar, it proves our defensive strength – Coach Erick Mathé
Dunkirk, who had not won at the Phare since 2005, came back empty-handed and remained at the bottom of the table in 12th place. Chambéry is 4th and records its fifth victory in the league with this victory, before the rest of the meetings which are played tomorrow at 8 p.m.
Next meeting for Chambéry on October 10 against Aix-en-Provence in the Coupe de la Ligue before returning to the Starligue on November 13 in Nîmes.
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