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Stade Jean-Bouin (Angers)

Angers 3-0 Guingamp

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Angers beat Guingamp 3-0 in a Ligue 1 match at the Stade Jean-Bouin in Angers.

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Goals
63 mins — Angers vs Guingamp 1-0 — Bamba goal vs Guingamp
68 mins — Angers vs Guingamp 2-0 — Mangani goal vs Guingamp
83 mins — Angers vs Guingamp 3-0 — Diedhiou goal vs Guingamp
Match Stats

Angers Starting Lineup

16 - M. Michel
24 - R. Thomas
8 - I. Traoré
29 - V. Manceau
25 - A. Bamba
5 - T. Mangani
15 - P. Capelle
17 - C. N'Doye
18 - B. Santamaria
7 - K. Toko Ekambi
22 - J. Bamba

Guingamp Starting XI

1 - K. Johnsson
15 - J. Sorbon
29 - C. Kerbrat
3 - Fernando Marçal
2 - J. Ikoko
17 - E. Didot
8 - L. Deaux
24 - M. Coco
21 - L. Blas
23 - J. Briand
19 - Y. Salibur

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