A historic feat in Ligue 1


By: Manu Tournoux

By scoring a quadruple on Wednesday against FC Lorient, Kamory Doumbia panicked the scorers like rarely.

Brest finished the year well. Confirming its current great form, the Finistère club in fact crushed Lorient (4-0), gaining another place in the ranking to settle in fourth place.

And this victory, Stade Brestois essentially owes it to young Kamory Doumbia, who indeed scored all four goals for his team. All in the first period.

The young Malian (20 years old), started for only the second time this season, has entered the annals of Ligue 1 since he is only the second player to sign a quadruple in 1time period over the last 60 years after Edinson Cavani, author of a similar feat in September 2016 against Caen.

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