Under the direction of Fofana School and with the smell of Löis OpendaLens returned to winning ways against Angers (3-0) with a goal from the Ivorian player and a brace from the Belgian striker, who already has 14 hits this season and is the seventh top scorer in the Ligue 1 behind of David (19), Mbappe (19), Lacazette (17), Ben Yedder (16), Balogun (16) y Moffi (15).
Lens lost last summer to Arnaud Californicationwho ended his assignment for the Paris Saint-Germain and was sold to Rennes after leaving a good bag of goals last season. In total, he accumulated 12 in Ligue 1, the same as he added Analystshis replacement, before the match against Angers.
After 90 minutes, Analysts he surpassed his predecessor and showed that he has been a good signing for Lens. When he draws breaks into space, he’s an unstoppable forward. And this Saturday, he took advantage of the gaps left by his rival to bring out all his qualities and show himself as a relentless goalscorer.
But before you start your demo, separate mention for Breathing, another superlative player for Lens. The Ivorian midfielder has accumulated three seasons at the northern French club, performing at a high level. And his was the first goal of the match, after 25 minutes after signing a precise shot from inside the area that was unstoppable for the Angers goalkeeper.
His success, the sixth of the season, preceded the start of the exhibition of Analysts, who after half an hour increased Lens’ advantage with a great personal move. With a sharp cut he sat down a defender inside the area and did not forgive with a cross shot against Paul Bernardoni.
And on the edge of the break, he sealed the game after completing an exquisite collective play at the first touch between almost the entire midfield of the Lens that culminated in an unstoppable burst of power for the defense of the Angers. Analystswith speed and strength, broke all the lines and scored the third goal for his team, which will provisionally occupy the second position in the Ligue 1 nine points away from Paris Saint-Germain.