LIGUE 2 – Metz-Guingamp interrupted almost 30 minutes before a 3-6 victory for the EAG

This is a situation that we would like to see disappear from stadiums. The L2 match between Metz and Guingamp was interrupted by the referee in the 56th minute of play on Monday, a few seconds after a spectator burst onto the lawn, noted an AFP journalist. Finally, the match resumed but the central referee warned that at the slightest new incident, he would definitively send everyone back to the locker room.

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A few seconds earlier, Pierre Gaillouste had released … a third red card against the Garnets, for Danley Jean-Jacques, provoking the anger of the already very upset Moselle public. A spectator then crossed the barrier and went to speak to the referee, before being caught and then evacuated by stewards. Mr. Gaillouste then took the direction of the benches and told the delegates and the coaches that he was interrupting the match because he considered that the safety of the refereeing corps was no longer guaranteed.

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Before this action, the tension was already very palpable, especially since the very severe exclusion of goalkeeper Alexandre Oukidja just before half-time. The Messin goalkeeper, who came out in tears, had involuntarily touched Jérémy Livolant during an aerial outing, receiving a direct red card and causing a penalty which had allowed Guingamp to equalize (3-3) just before the break.

Defender Kiki Kouyaté had already been sent off in the 32nd minute for protest after receiving a warning. The score was then 3 to 1 in favor of Metz. The Garnets finally lost 6-3.

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