Young Boys inflicted a correction on Lausanne-Sport in the first match of the 7th day of the Super League. The champion won 6-1 at La Tuilière.
What happens when a reigning club, defending Manchester United in the Champions League, meets a team that has not won a game this season and who painfully eliminated Bulle in the round of 16 of the Coupe de Swiss? Well, the strong teach the weak a lesson.
The Bernese had an extremely pleasant start to the evening showing the Vaudois everything they needed to be a real force in this championship.
Good on the field, good pressing, good in their passes, technically comfortable, David Wagner’s players have ruled the day in the Olympic capital. The sanction materialized first of all by two goals in the first half (27th and 31st).
Back from the locker room, Fassnacht hit the nail on the head, then Siebatcheu put on the 4th to the 62nd. Completely disorganized, the Vaudois still conceded two goals (85th and 88th).
On the blue and white side, it was not until the 80th (!) Minute to see Lausanne test the reflexes of von Ballmoos. It is Ouattara who sent a nice strike from the left. Rebelote a few moments later, but YB’s gatekeeper was able to divert the shipment again. The only tiny glimmer finally came on a corner and the goal of honor signed Amdouni.
Two points for Basel
In the other game of the evening, Basel went for a valuable 2-0 victory in St. Gallen. The man of the match was once again Cabral.
The Brazilian signed the two successes of the Rhenish. He has ten goals in seven league matches out of the 19 scored by the Rotblau …