April 27, 2021
At home, it's going better for the Gym
In winning on Sunday against Montpellier HSC (3-1), thanks to goals from Boudaoui, Todibo and Claude-Maurice, OGC Nice confirmed their return to form at home.
The win against the club from the Hérault was the 4th for the Aiglons in their last 6 home league games (1 draw, 1 defeat).
Having started the season with 2 wins from the first 4 home games (against Lens and Nantes), the Rouge et Noir then went through a more sombre spell at an Allianz Riviera emptied of its supporters and their fervent backing.
Having beaten Angers on February 7 (3-0), Adrian Ursea's side lost two weeks later to Metz (1-2). That was the most recent home defeat as since then Nîmes (2-1), Marseille (3-0), Reims (0-0) and Montpellier have all come to the Aiglons' stadium.
With two final home games to come this season (Brest in Round 36 and Strasbourg in Round 37), Nice have the 11th-best home record in the top division.