In a match that kept all his promises, JSK won over CSC at the Benabdelmelek Stadium. Thereby restoring opportunities to play major roles.
Lost in the first leg at 1Is-November, Bencherifa teammates retaliate against CSC for scoring a goal zero. The first period was so much fun to watch with a better start from the cables, they found almost a mistake from the start, not for goalkeeper Rahmani’s vigilance. Benzara’s teammates dominate negotiations against a team that has the content to defend, but do not materialize some of the opportunities provided. At 34 ‘and during the game, the CSC benefits from a corner. Well kicked by Gumrood, Amokrane makes everyone sweat profusely and opens the scoring for his team. Touching their self-esteem, the cables came up the plate and took some risky actions, but neither Hamron, Benzea nor Haroun succeeded in finding fault. At 43 ‘, Walid Bencherifa equalized for his team after a well-kicked corner from goalkeeper Rehmani’s right side and a bad return from defense. Everywhere half the time is whistled on this draw of the goal. The second period is very different from the one formed from Constantine, which takes the game to its own contract, without destabilizing the Kabbalah record. The changes made on both sides give nothing but better control of the match by the Cables, while the yellow and black choose a more direct game, especially after combining Lakdza and Salhi. The inclusion of Zakaria Boulahia in place of Ali Horoun in 64 ‘was fruitful as the latter managed four minutes later to take advantage of his team. The Sanafirs try to regain the score by creating some chances, but Benbot has no previous win and a very vigilant record. In the end, JSK clearly deserved its victory, allowing them to finish 8th in the standings and 4 games late, but CSC dropped one place to 9th.E Lodge.
Hanloi Stadium, Constantine
CSC: Amocron (34 ‘)
JSK: Bencherifa (43 ‘), Boulahia (68’)
(Salhi 46 ‘)
(Lakdja 43 ‘)
Entry. : Bencablia
(Ghanem 81 ‘)
(Boulahia 64 ‘)
Entry. : Lavagne
Hot weather, Referees: MM. Nader Ali, Bouhasoun and Larby Howry.