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D1 Arkema: a goal and a decisive pass from Batchebut were not enough

  • May 9, 2024
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Montpelier of Nérilia Mondesir won (3-2) against FC Fleury of Batcheba Louis in the shock of the last day of D1 Arkema, the stakes of which were a qualifying place for the play-offs for the Lionesses, who saw their dream of playing in the Champions League next season dissipated.

A victory would have allowed Batcheba Louis and FC Fleury to land 4e place in the championship, which would guarantee a place in the play-offs and keep their dream of competing in the Champions League alive. However, Nérilia Mondesir and her troop did not hear that way. They put an end to the Lionesses’ dream on Wednesday at the Robert Bobin stadium.

Indeed. the Haitian international, Batcheba Louis will not play the big-eared cup next season, at least with FC Fleury which was dominated by Montpelier, led by another Haitian international, who launched the hostilities by picking cold the Lionesses from 4e minute.

The captain of the Haitian selection, Nérilia Mondesir, opened the scoring from the penalty spot before Maëlle Lakrar doubled the lead for Montpellier (35e) and enter the locker room with a two-goal lead.

The Lionesses were able to get back into the game, thanks to the Haitian scorer, Batchebut, author of a goal and an assist. The native of Quartier Morin first reduced the mark (46e) with a powerful left-footed strike, before serving Léa Le Garec for the equalizing ball (56e) and revive the hope of the Lionesses

A minute later, Batcheba Louis again served Garec in the area, but the Frenchwoman’s shot was too soft and did not worry the Montpelier goalkeeper.

The Haitian international was very close to the double, (66e) in a mess after a free kick taken in the area, but she saw her attempt saved on the goal line by the Montpelieraines who were able to resist the attacks of the Lionesses and ended up knocking them out with a club blow from Léa Khelifi (78e).

A defeat which leaves a bitter taste in the mouth of the Louis gang who failed to be efficient and sharp in front of the goals in a match where the girls shot 20 times.

Stade de Reims, defeater of Paris FC (2-1), took advantage of the defeat of FC Fleury to steal 4e place and qualify for the Play-offs where they will face Melchie Dumornay’s Olympique Lyonnais in the semi-final.

The Haitian genius will play against his former team for a place in the final and a ticket for the next edition of the Champions League.

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Wilner Bossou