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BRANDON WIGGINS - Monday, May 5, 2014
Alejandro Bedoya helped FC Nantes to another solid result when the club drew at Toulouse FC on Sunday.

Nantes scored first in the ninth minute of the match, when Oswaldo Vizcarrondo scored with a header off of a cross from Banel Nicolita.

Toulouse, however, would manage to pull even when they scored in the 67th minute Wissam Ben Yedder scored off of a cross from Pavle Ninkov.

Bedoya was playing in his familiar central midfield role for Nantes in their 4-1-4-1 formation. Unfortunately, he did pick up a yellow card in the match, his fourth of the season. In another blow for Nantes, Papy Djilobodji was given a red card in the match.

With two matches left in the season, Nantes has ensured its survival, meaning it will be playing in Ligue 1 for the second straight season next year.

Bedoya, meanwhile, has played really well for Nantes down the stretch. Hopefully he can keep that form going for these last two matches and into the World Cup training camp.
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