Toulouse continues its almost flawless in this Ligue 2. This Tuesday evening, as part of the 9th day of the season, the TFC, very serene, consolidated its first place in the standings, and its status of best attack (20 goals ), by aligning a seventh victory (0-2) on the ground of Dunkirk. Desler opened the scoring for the Violets (30th), before Dejaegere doubled the stake after the hour mark (67th), scoring his second goal of the season.

Despite a poor performance at home (0-0) against Niort, Ajaccio remains runner-up to Toulouse. A goal was denied to Ajaccien Riad Nouri, whose header on a corner seemed to have crossed the line. This fact of the game aroused an intense dispute from Olivier Pantaloni, the Corsican coach, who was excluded in the wake (70th). Due to this draw, the Corsicans are joined in the standings by Sochaux, winner at Guingamp (1-2) thanks to a penalty transformed late by Steve Ambri (78th), following a difficult hand from Hady Camara.

Auxerre, for its part, remains fourth after a difficult success for Abbé-Deschamps against Rodez (1-0). Le Havre, now seventh, also won at home, against Quevilly-Rouen (1-0), as did Paris FC (fifth) against Nîmes (2-0). Valenciennes (sixteenth) leaves the relegation zone thanks to its success against Bastia (2-1), unlike Nancy, who lined up a new very worrying defeat in Grenoble (1-4).

The Lorrainers are more last than ever in Ligue 2, with only three points on the clock. Finally, it should be noted that Dijon, fourteenth, breathes better after its victory over Caen (0-1), while the Amiens-Pau match ended with a score of parity (2-2).