Toulouse. TFH’s logical defeat against the undefeated leader

Last night the Toulouse women managed to take advantage of a somewhat troublesome start for Sambriennes (who had not played an official match for almost two months). But only for six minutes. After this short period of time, despite the good performances of goalkeepers Marie Heranval and Alois Moras, they managed to prevent their opponents from getting too far ahead and incurred the anger of the leader. After the half-time break, Fabien Vedel’s players were almost level with the Sambre-Avesnois team, which was mainly trying to manage its advantage. At the end of the meeting, the Toulouse coach noted: “It was interesting when the team tried to specialize in what it knew how to do well. But as soon as it faltered, the gap quickly widened.”

Toulouse, who were penalized for having much less bench depth than their rivals, conceded their eighth defeat this season for this reason. It’s a pretty logical setback and ultimately nothing alarming. Toulouse captain Yasmine Massa evaluated: “We did a good job, knowing that we have injuries at the moment. We showed fighting spirit and prepared for the next matches, which will be important.”

Lome wakes up

In a week’s time, Fabien Vedel’s protégés will welcome Lomme, direct rivals for maintenance, who won their first match of the season yesterday when they hosted Vaulx-en-Velin. The women from Toulouse will then travel to Celles-sur-Belle, another poorly ranked venue, at the beginning of February. During these two meetings, Haut-Garonnaises will need to show the same fight he showed against Sambre-Avesnois.

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