Large leader of Ligue 2, Le Havre sank in Annecy (1-0), Monday evening, and will wait for the next match to validate its rise in the elite.
Le Havre could almost validate its rise in Ligue 1 on Monday, but the formation of Luka Elsner lost on the ground of Annecy (1-0), on behalf of the 35th day of L2. The HAC also misses the opportunity to break a sacred record of invincibility, stopping at 32 matches without defeat, but could celebrate their comeback next Monday when Valenciennes come.
The Norman team was surprised at the start of the second period, on a goal from Kevin Mouanga (50th). The end of the game went completely crazy. Jamal Thiaré saw red for words thrown at the referee (91st) and freaked out when he joined the locker room. In the process, Yann Kitala ill-adjusted his recovery and Florian Escales saved his people from a superb flight (95th).
The Haut-Savoyards thus carry out a huge operation in the fight for maintenance by going back to 15th position, now with two points more than Valenciennes, the 17th and first relegated. The recent semi-finalist of the Coupe de France continues with a meeting against the red lantern, Niort, on Saturday.