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Moffi’s Goal Drought Continues As Lorient Lose Again; Kalu Subbed On In Bordeaux’s Draw 

Moffi’s Goal Drought Continues As Lorient Lose Again; Kalu Subbed On In Bordeaux’s Draw 

Terem Moffi once again failed to get on the score sheet as Lorient lost 1-0 away to Angers, in the French Ligue 1 on Sunday, Completesports.com reports.

Moffi who made his 13th league appearance with two goals, has now gone eight consecutive games with scoring. He last scored in September.

He was on from the start before going off with five minutes remaining.

It was Lorient’s third straight loss and are now winless in their last seven games (four defeats and three draws).

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The hero for Angers was Thomas Mangani whose 68th minute penalty earned his side the win.

Lorient now occupy 15th position on 15 points in the league table.

In another Ligue 1 fixture, Samuel Kalu was in action for Bordeaux who held Metz to a 3-3 away draw.

Kalu came on in the 82nd minute for his ninth appearance of the season.

Bordeaux have just one win in their last five games (three draws and one loss) and are in 17th place on 13 points.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Footballfanatic 3 years ago

    Damn Osimhen just took a nasty hit to the left side of the head while trying to head a cross in. He dad to be substituted…..Big bulge on the left eye. I hope all is well and hope he recovers as soon as possible.

  • Jones 3 years ago

    Moffi still has alot to learn…the kid has potential but can’t hold play. I wasted my time streaming the match. The guy kept disappearing in the match.good dribbler tho but was the worst player on the pitch.
    PS: I’m not hating, just my observation even though this is only the third match he has played in that I’ve watched this season.

    • JimmyBall 3 years ago

      @Jones thank you… you the watch ball. I made that observation to myself for long about Terem… his first touch is always heavy and his control still fails him a lot of times… when he brokeout I sad let us observe him for two straight seasons so that we can be sure he is not a one season flash… I am wishing him all the best though… he is a place that he can actually grow…

  • Diran 3 years ago

    Wishing Victor Osimhen a speedy recuperation and recovery. God bless you Victor.

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