The 95th Saint-Marcois derby ends in a draw between Tempête FC and Baltimore SC

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This 8th day of the special national championship is marked by the Saint-Marcois derby where Tempête FC welcomes Baltimore SC. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. Schneider Jr Joseph and Roberto Jean are the scorers.

Despite the dismissal of Serge Louis, nothing is going well for Tempête FC. The Blues and Whites continue to record draws. Levelt Park in Saint-Marc is full to host this 95th Derby in a crazy atmosphere. With a large round of observation between the two teams, the teams were slow to orchestrate the attacks, although Baltimore had possession of the ball with Adelson Belizaire as conductor.

42nd minute: following a loss of the ball in the middle of the field by Santiago Nuñez Joseph, Adelson Belizaire took the opportunity to serve Schneider Jr Joseph who scored with his right foot at the entrance to the penalty area. Thus ends the first act.

Returning from the locker room, with new tactical devices, the “bèl kolòn” showed a lot of desire. In the 52nd minute, on a corner from Marckenley Louis, Roberto set the record straight with a headed header at the near post.

The nerves rose a little, after an altercation between Paul Sovens and Georges Geroliade. The central referee sent them off. Both clubs tried to find the winning goal, unfortunately, the attackers lacked lucidity in front of goal. The match ended with this score 1-1. Tempête FC is struggling to take off, as for Baltimore SC, it dominates the group B ranking and is heading straight for the play-offs.

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