Football – Super League: Lausanne cruelly beaten, …
The first quarter of the Championship is over and Lausanne has still not won a single match. But the Vaudois seemed more liberated on Saturday night against Lugano, especially in the second period. No doubt the entry of Cameron Puertas, left on the bench in the first half, gave an impetus to the LS offensive. From the 48th, Ouattara worried the goalkeeper Osigwe with a powerful header, following a cross from Chafik.
The game was then packed. Abubakar missed the inevitable in front of the wide open goal (66th). Almost in the continuity, Amdouni found himself in a duel with Osingwe, but he shot aside, wasting Lausanne’s best opportunity. Finally, the Vaudois gave in on a penalty. Sow irregularly arrested Amoura. Reto Ziegler did not tremble before deceiving Diaw (78th). Algerian Amoura secured the Ticino success with a stoppage goal.
Sène, two goals, two assists
Grasshopper with a great Kaly Sene (two goals, two assists) beat St. Gallen 5-2 in the 9th day of the Super League.
The situation in St. Gallen is increasingly critical. The formation of Peter Zeidler has not won since the 1st day. It was non-existent in the first half before showing a good reaction at the start of the second half.
The Saint-Gallois returned to the game after 20 » in the second half on a header from Nicolas Luchinger, the Brodeurs’ first ball towards Moreira’s cage. Three minutes later, Sene, well launched, stung the ball in front of Zigi for the 3-1. The striker loaned by FC Basel was still there to serve the Hungarian Bolla, author of 4-2.