Paris Saint-Germain remain top of the tournament at the end of the sixth day of Ligue 1 after their victory in Nantes (3-0) on Saturday. The Parisians closely follow the OM team, which achieved its fifth victory of the season at the Auxerre (2-0). Also on Saturday, Lyon crushed Angers 5-0. On Wednesday, Leon travels to Lorient to catch up on the second day, August 14, and the meeting had to be canceled due to the poor condition of Mostoir’s park.
Paris Saint-Germain regains the lead, Vitina suffers an injury
Paris Saint-Germain won again 3-0, this time in Nantes, with a double from Kylian Mbappe, to regain the top spot in Ligue 1 on Saturday night, three days before their Champions League kick-off on Tuesday.
Once again, the start of the match was interrupted by the bad behavior of some fans. In the seventh minute, despite the nets spread by three hosts at the corner post, Messi, who whistled profusely, was targeted by throwing objects.
The Portuguese midfielder received Vitenia “Big kick to the kneecap” Paris Saint-Germain coach Christophe Galtier announced on Tuesday that the Champions League match against Juventus Turin on Tuesday is uncertain. The Portuguese was injured by an intervention from Fabio, he was excluded because of this gesture, and was replaced in the 24th minute by Prenato Sanchez.
Flawless OM before the start of the Champions League
Like PSG, OM has had a great start to the season, with a goal from Gerson (8) and a third achievement from Alexis Sanchez (84) against Auxerre, Igor Todor’s men netted a fifth win in six matches.
OL Complete the platform
The other Olympian, Lyon, is also doing well, with a new goal from Alexandre Lacazette and a double from Karl Toko Ekambi, his striker in good shape. OL put salt on Angers’ wounds, for the fourth consecutive defeat and left them in the penultimate position, with the worst defense in L1, conceding 17 goals, two ahead of Brest, who had taken seven simultaneously against Montpellier (7-0) last weekend .
greets the night
Lille, who is clearly in control, returned in the direction of the rally with a rational victory (3-1) on Sunday in Montpellier, having been reduced to ten before the break (45 + 3) following the dismissal of Valier Germain. Canadian Jonathan David scored two goals (41, 90 +5) and put Lille in sixth place in the standings with 10 points.
Lens let the leaders slip away after their 1-1 draw in Reims this Sunday, even if Racing Club still had the energy to equalize at 10-11, thanks to Belgium’s Loïs Openda goal. Due to regular difficulties, Rémois’ side managed their poor times well, made few mistakes, and ultimately had the best chances. England’s Folarin Balogun took the opportunity to sign his fifth goal since arriving in Champaign (70th).
Toulouse in the red
The third consecutive defeat for Toulouse, which lost 2-0 at Clermont meadow. We had to wait for the appeal to see the meeting come alive and Claremont incarnated twice with a goal from Maxime Gonalons (48) and a goal from Mohamed Cham (90 + 6). Thus Clermont advances to a great victory at home, while Toulouse finds itself in 16th place in the standings.
Ajaccio lost at home to Lorient 1-0 in a tasteless match. In the Corsica heat on Sunday afternoon, it was Dango Ouattara who opened the scoring for Les Merlus. Ajaccio tried to come back to score, but to no avail. And so Lorient performs a good operation and already has 10 points, in five days with only one home game played.
Brest and Strasbourg neutralize each other
Brest did not manage to beat Strasbourg (1-1) until he played more than an hour at 11 vs 10, after Sangin Persic was ruled out for a single on Hugo Magnetti (30). It was Pierre Les Millau who opened the scoring in the eighth minute for Breton before Ludovic Ajurki equalized with a penalty kick in the 27th minute. A notable fact in this meeting, Alsatian coach Julian Stephan received a red card after two yellow cards for protest on day 44.
A tie between Rennes and Trois
Despite their numerical superiority of over an hour at 11 to 10, Stade Rennais failed to reclaim more than a tie point in Troyes on Sunday (1-1). Baptiste Santamaria (47) responded to Canadian Ike Ogbo’s opener (13th), and this result in any case is a new setback for Stade Rennes, who sit ninth in the standings.
Monaco won in Nice
Monaco won 1-0 in Nice on Sunday night, in a sharp and controversial derby. Monaco won in the second half with a strong goal scored by Brielle Empolo (68th place). The victory plunges Nice into a state of uncertainty, now on the brink of relegation. Monaco is now in tenth place with eight points.