L1 Model Team – Day 9 – Football

With his impressive performance against Nantes, Mongasque and Wissam Ben Yedder are the player of the day. Marseille Jonathan Claus, and then Parisian Lionel Messi in particular, stood out this weekend and featured in the ninth edition of the Maxifoot Model Team.

Wissam Ben Yedder scored a hat-trick for Monaco.

As in past seasons, after each championship day, Maxifoot makes up his record team. Better “Eleven” And seven alternatives are chosen based on their performance. Stands get three points, and substitutes get one point.


12 – Yvonne Mfugo (Lorient)
13. Yusuf Atal (OGC Nice)
14- Arthur Theatt (Wren)
15 – Mato Guendouzi (Olympique Marseille)
16 – Enzo Lee in Lorient
17 – Adam Onas (Lil)
18. Florian Sotoka (RC Lens)

in detail:

Player of the Day: Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco)

Not prolific at the start of the season (a small goal in Ligue 1 on kickoff) and regularly sent off the bench, the striker set the record straight! Inspired by his calls and by diabolical precision in executing his gestures, the Hab gave themselves a trio with a superb dive, surgical recovery and a penalty kick. What does his season finally start?

Anthony Lopez (Lyon)

The Olympique Lyonnais goalkeeper was very good in this match. Without much risk at the start of the match, the Portugal international responded presently to his tackles. Under the pressure of the northern club, the goalkeeper of Jones was quite interesting in his matches, as this duel clearly victorious over the city in the first period. With the help of his position on a shot from Cabot, he was still decisive with a shot from Sad. On the penalty kick, Lyonnais was close to the ball, but finally conceded Sotoka.

Jeddon Kalulu (Lorient)

On his right side, Lorient’s team was up to the challenge. With good activity, the former Ajaccio player has integrated well with Diarra, especially in the opening match. Above all, defensively, he brought the toughness to resist Lil’s attacks in his area. We also liked his opening goal against Le Bress.

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Mateusz Vitesca (Clermont)

With a team from Ajaccio forced to chase the score, the central defender from Clermont had some work to do in the segment. And in general, the magnate was strong in duels with many reliable interventions to remove danger in his camp. Also only in his increases, he was decisive with this header to allow a Rashani goal.

Leonardo Balerdi (Olympique Marseille)

The Argentine defender may have his reference match with OM. Often he has been feverish in recent months, he has shown more serenity in this part. He totally anticipated the balls in depth and didn’t hesitate to play a higher degree to almost develop into an interesting role in number 6.

Jonathan Klaus (Olympique Marseille)

Reportedly inferior in quality and slightly bodily foamy by the match sequence, the Marseille press silenced critics! Aligned in the left lane, the right hand wasn’t necessarily in the best position. But that did not stop him from shining! He scored his first goal with OM in a great personal feat and provided two assists for Suarez (on a recovered ball) and then Gerson. We also see a very good comeback of Bouval’s feet at the start of the match.

Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain)

Well and really a start Despite his trip to the US with Argentina during the international break, the attacking midfielder Paris Saint-Germain was the bomber for his side on Saturday. The Argentine was involved in all the good moves, hitting Niwa with his solo attempts. And in a free kick obtained in front of the roof, the former Barcelona star fired PSG with a nice curling shot. His first free kick in Paris Saint-Germain, and his 60th in his career. Even then, he embodies a consistent poison for the Aiglons and was one of the few on his squad to make a difference in a more difficult second term.

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Branko van den Bomen (Toulouse)

Complete performance of the midfielder Toulouse. The decisive pass on the goals of Abu Khalil and Chebbi, the Dutchman also participated in the other two achievements of his team. Inspired by the game, the Violet player set the tone for the use of the ball with beautiful inspiration.

Youssef Fofana (Monaco)

Buoyed by his first steps into the French national team during the recent international break, the Monaco midfielder played a big game. Mongaski was everywhere in the recovery period and also shone with his projective qualities and did most of the work on his team’s third goal.

Alexandre Golovin (Monaco)

Great Golovin! Against the negative of Nantes, the attacking midfielder played in Monaco in an armchair. His location, vision of the game, and technical accuracy allowed him to wreak havoc. The Russian quickly plays on the sidelines at the first goal, recovers the ball in the second goal and sends a superb assist to Ben Yedder in the third. Complete game.

Arno Kalimundo (Rennes)

A goal and two passes! With the spaces left by Strasbourg reduced to ten, the striker was exhilarated and hurt every time a depth was found. After his superb half-aerial shot, the former Parisian sent two Terrier and Gouiri caviar. A great game that should definitely start his adventure in Brittany.

Ranking: Messi makes the hole!

1. Messi (Paris Saint-Germain) 18 points
2. Mbemba (Marseille) – Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain) 12 points
4. Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) 9 points
5. Sotoka (Lens): 8 points
6. Ouattara, Lou Vie (Lorient) – Nuno Tavares (Marseille) – Hakimi (Paris Saint-Germain): 7 points.
10. Costel (Auxerre) – Abdessamad, Fofana, Danso, Frankowski (Lens) – David, Capella (Lille) – Movi (Lorient) – Lopez, Toko Ekambi (Lyon) – Klaus (Marseille) – Caio Henrique (Monaco) – Saviner (Montpellier) – Lafont (Nantes) – Aboukhel (Toulouse): 6 points.
25- Bentaleb (Angers) – Ounass (Lille) – Sanchez (Marseille) 4 points.
28. Doumbia (Angers) – Gobal, Sakhi (Auxerre) – Belkebla, Dari, Balali (Brest) – Witesca (Clermont – F.) – Diakate (Lille) – Kalolo (Lorient) – Lukiba, Tate, Tagliafico (Lyon) – Balerdi (Marseille) – Camara, Golovin, Fofana, Ben Yedder, Badiachel (Monaco) – Cosa, Sacco, Wahi, Mwasa, Sacco (Montpellier) – Gisand (Nantes) – Todibo (Nice) – Donnarumma, Verratti, Mendes, Marquinhos ( Paris Saint-Germain) – Weiss (Reims) – Rodon, Santamaria, Guerry, Calimuindo (Rennes) – Bellegaard (Strasbourg) – Doub, van den Bomen, Nicolaisen (Toulouse) – Gallon, Bold (Troyes): 3 points
68. Gomez (Lille) – Mfugo (Lorient) – Desassi (Monaco) – Balogun (Reims) – Terrier (Rennes) – Ripart (Troyes): 2 points.
74. Quilicini, Leroy (AC-Ajaccio) – Boufal (Angers) – Jeanvier (Auxerre) – Duverne, Bizot, Le Douaron (Brest) – Andric, Gonalons (Clermont-F.) – Openda, Machado (Lens) – Andr, Ismaili, Zidadka, Yazissi (Lille) – Le Gouf, Talpe, Ponso (Lorient) – Thiago Mendes, Lipinant (Lyon) – Gigot, Guendouzi, Soarez (Marseille) – Embolo (Monaco) – Omlin (Montpellier) – Simon (Nantes) – Delort, Attal, Schmeichel (Nice) – Pereira, Vitina (Paris Saint-Germain) – Mandanda, Theater (Rennes) – Sills, Ahulu (Strasbourg) – Déguerre (Toulouse) – Audubert, Tardieu, Yade (Troyes): 1 point

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Ranking by club: Paris Saint-Germain is far ahead

1. Paris-SG – 60 points
2. Marseille – 35 points
3. Lens – 34 points
4. Lorient – 28 points
5. Night – 25 points
6. Monaco – 24 points
7. Lyon – 23 points
8. Montpellier – 22 points
9. Toulouse Rennes – 16 points
11. Auxerre – 13 points
12. Brest – 12 points
13. Trois – 11 points
14. Nantes – 10 points
15. Angres – 8 points
16- Nice – 6 points
17. Reims, Strasbourg, Clermont-F. – 5 points
20. AC Ajaccio – 2 points

It was the typical team for the ninth day of the French League. See you next Sunday to discover the tenth day model team!

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