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France: Bordeaux close gap, Auxerre and Lille change places

18 February 2006 23:12

AJACCIO, Feb 18 (SW) - Bordeaux reduced the gap on Lyon to seven points with a comfortable 2-0 win at Ajaccio. Auxerre dropped to fourth after stumbling to a 1-0 defeat at Sochaux while Lille move up to third, beating St. Etienne 2-0 away.

Ajaccio - Bordeaux 0-2

Moroccan international Marouane Chamakh opened the scoring for Bordeaux in the 31st minute and Denilson grabbed his second goal of the season to seal the win for the visitors just before the hour.

St. Etienne – Lille 0-2

A goal in each half from Deduchy and striker Kader Keita, in the 31st and 57th minute respectively, gave Lille only their third away victory of the season to move them up to third in the table.

Sochaux – Auxerre 1-0

Auxerre’s miserable away form continued as they lost by a single goal to lowly Sochaux. Striker Moumouni Dagano scored the winner for the home side in the very first minute.

Paris Saint Germain – Le Mans 0-1

A Cedric Faure penalty after just five minutes stretched Le Mans’ unbeaten run to six games. Paris Saint Germain have now failed to win in five matches.

Nice – Monaco 2-0

A penalty from former Manchester United striker David Bellion after eight minutes and Bakari Kone’s strike 14 minutes from time proved enough to seal victory for Nice. They jump up a massive five places in the tightly packed mid-table.

Rennes – Lens 4-1

A hat-trick from Nigerian forward John Utaka helped end Rennes recent losing streak as they thrashed the visitors in emphatic style. He opened the scoring on 37 minutes before netting his second on the stroke of half-time. Monterubbio added a third in the 73rd minute before Utaka completed his brace six minutes later. Lens’ Daniel Cousin grabbed a late consolation in injury time.

Toulouse – Strasbourg 1-2

Strugglers Strasbourg earned a vital away win to close the gap on Ajaccio to a single point. They took an early fifth minute lead through midfielder Pontus Farnerud and doubled their advantage on the hour when Abdessaki converted a penalty. Daniel Moreira pulled one back for the hosts with 14 minutes of normal time remaining but Strasbourg clung on.

Troyes – Nancy 0-1

Troyes, seeking their first win in seven matches, went down to a solitary goal from Nancy’s top scorer Monsef Zerka on the hour – his sixth league goal of the season.

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Ligue 1 table

# Team MP D P
1 11 +16 25
2 11 +14 21
3 11 +12 20
4 11 +1 20
5 11 +3 19
6 11 +3 18
7 11 +1 17
8 11 +1 17
9 11 +0 15
10 11 +0 15
11 11 -1 15
12 11 -2 14
13 11 -2 14
14 11 -9 14
15 11 +0 12
16 11 -3 11
17 11 -5 10
18 11 -7 10
19 11 -9 10
20 11 -13 9

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