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Reims - Le Havre live video 20 December 2023


6 hours ago — Watch Reims vs Le Havre full match and videos highlights. The match is a part of the Ligue 1. Played on: Wed, 20 Dec 2023 - Kick-off at: ...


Game Time: 3:00 PM ETTV Channel: beIN SportsLive Stream: Watch on Fubo! Favorite: RC Lens (+130)Underdog: Stade Reims (+215)Draw: (+240)Bet on this match at BetMGM! Make sure you're following along with soccer action from around the world all year long on Fubo and ESPN+! Not all offers available in all states. Late VAR drama as Le Havre hold LensHAVRE AC 0-0 RC LENS THE MATCH Lens began the first half in positive fashion, with some early pressure on Desmas’ goal constructed via some good combination play down the right side between Aguilar and Thomasson. The latter’s crossing ability was on full show, yet the Sang & Or’s stand-in striker Wesley Saïd found it difficult to grow into the game to provide the finishing touch. In typical Franck Haise fashion, Lens dominated the ball and the early pressure amounted to several chances, notably falling to Frankowski on the edge of the box (7’) and Sotoca’s deft touch towards goal (24’) - none of which tested Desmas in between the sticks for the home side. Several chances came the way of Le Havre, with the former Lille and Clermont man Bayo causing worries with a low shot (52’) and a header (59’) which did little to trouble Samba. Franck Haise decided to ring the changes with the entry of Morgan Guilavogui and Salis Abdul Samed. The Lensois side reacted well, and began to build with chances from Sotoca and Danso. Yet, Le Havre looked to spring on the counter-attack and Danso was on hand to vitally intervene in what looked a certain tap in for Bayo after Samba parried a Négo cross-come-shot into the path of the forward (70’). If Luka Elsner’s side were dominated in terms of possession early on, their reaction afterwards was perfect. Some high pressing successfully halted Lens from incisively playing out the back and it became the springboard for several dangerous counter attacks involving Mohamed Bayo and Emmanuel Sabbi. Operi’s injury saw HAC’s number 7 Loïc Négo enter the field of play early on, and the wideman was full of flicks and tricks (and a delicious nutmeg on Kevin Danso) to swing the momentum in the Norman club’s favour. The Ciel et Marine came closest after Sabbi took advantage of some chaos in the Lens box to get his head onto Négo’s cross - yet it was Brice Samba’s right fist which managed to punch away. The home side’s appeals for a penalty were waved away by a mid’d up referee François Letexier. Half-time saw both sides at an equal footing, but the home side carried their positive momentum into the second period. A near-post header from Sotoca was then saved brilliantly by Desmas (72’) to deny Lens as play opened up into an end-to-end frenzy going into the final 15 minutes of the clash. Injury time saw the tension rise to to its peak, as the travelling Lens fans thought Florian Sotoca had once again provided another memorable winner from a close range header (90+3). Referee François Letexier consulted VAR, and it was ruled out for a marginal offside on Morgan Guilavogui. A relief for Le Havre who'll be happier with the point earned, and a disappointment for Lens who thought they snatched it at the death. How to Watch Ligue 1 Streaming Live Today - August 20 Aug 19, 2023 — Live Stream: Watch on ... How to Watch Ligue 1: Soccer Streaming Live in the US 4 days ago — Watch Le Havre AC vs OGC ...


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