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Nice 0-0 Brest: They left the top of Ligue 1 in Monaco

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The “white” draw in the top derby between Nice and Brest favored Monaco, which remained in 1st place in Ligue 1.

Nis And Brest They had the chance to stay alone at the top of the table, but the draw 0-0 In between, the game on the French Riviera on matchday 7 of Ligue 1 left Monaco behind.

The hosts were superior, had more shots and moved the ball better in the first half when they were closer to the goal. The bar and Marco Bizot kept them at zero.

The surprise of this season also tried to find a solution through deep balls, which, apart from a crossbar, bore no fruit in the first half. The “white” tie remained until the end, with Nice continuing their unbeaten streak but wasting a great chance.

The results of the 7th game

  • Strasbourg – Lans 0-1 (16′ Wai)
  • Clermont-Paris 0-0
  • Monaco – Marseilles 3-2 (8′, 52′ Aklious, 23′ Balogun / 1′ Etiaig, 18′ Zigo)
  • Reims – Lyon 2:0 (45+1′ Munetsi, 71′ Abdelhamid)
  • Toulouse – Metz 3-0 (31′ Schmidt, 43′ Dalinha, 82′ Magri)
  • Nice – Brest 0-0 ()
  • Havre – Lille 0-2 (40′ Zegrova, 52′ aut. Salmier)
  • 01/10 6:05 p.m Lorient – Montpellier
  • 01.10. 22:00 O’clock Rennes – Nantes

The results of the 8th round

  • 06.10. 22:00 O’clock Strasbourg – Nantes
  • 07.10. 6:00 p.m Metz – Nice
  • 07/10 22:00 Reims – Monaco
  • 08.10. 14:00 clock Marseille – Le Havre
  • 08.10. 4:00 p.m Lyon – Lorient
  • 08.10. 4:00 p.m Montpellier – Clermont
  • 08.10. 4:00 p.m Brest – Toulouse
  • 08/10 6:05 p.m Lance – Lille
  • 08.10. 22:00 O’clock Rennes-Paris

Source: sport 24

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Enrique: “Paris’ path to the Champions League could be short”

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Luis Enrique claimed that Paris was ready to give everything to win before the game against Newcastle, but at the same time stated that his team had not yet reached the desired level.

Luis Enrique took charge of Paris Saint-Germain last July and has recorded eleven wins, three draws and as many defeats in 17 games on the Paris bench.

In the league, Paris is at the top and +1 ahead of Nice, while in the Champions League group it is in 2nd place behind Dortmund (-1).

On Tuesday (28/11) the French champions host Newcastle for Matchday 5, with Enrique claiming this was the case at the press conference His team is still not at the desired level and could still be eliminated from the groups.

“The course in Champions League It could be very short, there are only a few games left in a very complicated group with very tight places in the table.

The game against Newcastle could be decisive. I am convinced that my team is capable of playing and competing.

I hope we see the best version of our world, especially when the enemy can cause us problems. We need a stadium and a more passionate crowd than usual. We’ll play like it’s a final.

The team is still not what I want, but we are in a research process to be able to help the players more. We are far from what I want for Paris.”

Source: sport 24

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Lyon 0-2 Lille: He got close to the trio and stayed on their heels

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Lille beat Lyon 2-0 in the “Groupama” and moved closer to the top three of the Champions League, leaving the “Gons” in last place.

THE small stopped the streak of three draws when she found against them Lyons and with that 2:0 In “Groupama” on the 13th matchday of Ligue 1, he came close to finishing 3rd on Monaco, which leads to the Champions League.

The visitors took a two-goal lead in five minutes, with Jonathan David opening the scoring in the 27th minute and Thiago Santos making it 2-0 in the 32nd minute.

Fabio Grosso made a triple substitution during the break and the “Gons” woke up, created great chances, but could not beat Lika Chevalier and remained at the bottom of the table, with further defeats.

The results of the 13th game

  • Paris-Monaco 5-2 (18′ Ramos, 39′ Mbappe, 70′ Dembele, 72′ Bitinia, 90+7′ Kolo Muani/22′ Minamino, 75′ Balogun)
  • Clermont – lance 0-3 (11′ Wahi, 50′ Thomason, 82′ Said)
  • Strasbourg – Marseille 1-1 (6′ Emega / 27′ Clos)
  • Nice – Toulouse 1:0 (54′ Moffi)
  • Lorient – Metz 2-3 (February 7, Krupi 22 / Sambali 1, Traore 65, Penalty 83. Jallow)
  • Nantes – Havre 0-0
  • Montpellier – Brest 1-3 (51′ penalty. Savanier / 20′ free throw. Esteve, 64′ Pereira Laze, 90+3′ Dubya)
  • Rennes – Reims 3-1 (4′ Guiry, 46′ Bourisot, 66′ Teat / 45+1′ Diakite)
  • Lyon – Lille 0-2 (27′ David, 32′ Santos)

The program for the 14th matchday

  • 12.01. 22:00 O’clock Reims – Strasbourg
  • 12.02. 6:00 p.m Lance-Lyon
  • 12.02. 22:00 O’clock Nantes – Beautiful
  • 12.03. 14:00 clock Le Havre – Paris
  • 12.03. 4:00 p.m Toulouse – Lorient
  • 12.03. 4:00 p.m Brest – Clermont
  • 12.03. 4:00 p.m Monaco – Montpellier
  • 12.03. 6:05 p.m Lille – Metz
  • 12.03. 9:45 p.m Marseille – Rennes

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He won the derby against Monaco by five points and Paris, which remained alone in first place, was eliminated

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Paris Saint-Germain turned the Monaco derby into a one-man show with a 5-2 win as Kylian Mbappé’s side extended their lead over the Monegasques to six points.

Paris Saint-Germain turned the Monaco derby into a one-man show with a 5-2 win as Kylian Mbappé’s side extended their lead over the Monegasques to six points.

It was the hosts who scored the first goal with a shot from Ramos from close range after a weak save from Ken in the 18th minute of the game. The visitors quickly equalized because in the 22nd minute Donnarumma held the ball longer than he should have, made a false tackle on Minamino who was in the penalty area, he controlled and shot to equalize 1-1.

Paris managed to take the lead again in the 39th minute thanks to a well-placed penalty from Mbappe, although the France international did not celebrate the goal against his former club.

The second half started with Monaco pushing for an equalizer and Paris simply controlling the game. However, the hosts scored a third goal in their first phase of the second half.

Three goals in five minutes for both teams

With deep balls to Dembele, the French international brought the ball in front of him with a wonderful heel, penetrated the penalty area and made the final score 3-1 with a shot from a tight angle.

Two minutes later, Paris scored their fourth goal when he stole the ball, Mbappe passed it to Vitinia, who curled a beautiful shot from outside the penalty area to make it 4-1.

Monaco, who had been doing very well up to that point, managed to score a second goal and reduce the deficit in the 75th minute when Balogun received a lovely pass, went around Donnarumma and fired the ball into the net.

Kolo Mouani put the icing on the cake in stoppage time with a free kick from the top of the penalty area, with the Paris players taking advantage of another mistake in Monaco’s defence.

PAR: Donnarumma, Hakimi, Skriniar, Hernandez, Mukiel, Ruith (82′ Soler), Ugarte, Vitinia, Dembele (72′ Barcola), Ramos (72′ Kolo Muani), Mbappe.

MONACO: Ken, Shingo, Maripan, Magasa, Vanderson (79′ Diata), Kamara (79′ Ben Yedder), Zakaria, Jacobs, Minamino (79′ Aklius), Golovin, Balogun.

The results of the 13th game

  • Paris-Monaco 5-2 (18′ Ramos, 39′ Mbappe, 70′ Dembele, 72′ Bitinia, 90+7′ Kolo Muani/22′ Minamino, 75′ Balogun)
  • November 25th 6:00 p.m Clermont – lance
  • November 25th 22:00 O’clock Strasbourg – Marseille
  • November 26th 14:00 clock Nice – Toulouse
  • November 26th 4:00 p.m Lorient – Metz
  • November 26th 4:00 p.m Nantes – Havre
  • November 26th 4:00 p.m Montpellier – Brest
  • November 26th 6:05 p.m Rennes – Reims
  • November 26th 9:45 p.m Lyon – Lille

Source: sport 24

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