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Sport Live: the multi of Ligue 1

21:40  03 march  2021
21:40  03 march  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

Lille recovers its throne in Lorient

 Lille recovers its throne in Lorient © Provided by Sofoot A time held in check in Morbihan, LOSC returns from Lorient with the three points and the way (1-4). Slowly, but surely, Lille are showing their ambitions a little more in this race for the title in Ligue 1. FC Lorient 1-4 Lille OSC Goals: Hergault (23rd) for the Merlus // Gravillon (CSC, 21st), Fonte (38th), Ikoné (69th) and Bradarić (90th) for the Mastiffs. Certainly, we had to expect a winner in this meeting between Lorient and Lille.

Et on dit premier Graoully n'est pas graou oh ! C'est deuxième Graoully qui est niata oh ah © Provided by Sofoot And we say first Graoully is not graou oh! It is second Graoully who is niata oh ah

While Bruno Génésio will soon be seated on the Rennes bench, the latter moves on the lawn of Lyon, which is only one point ahead of Monaco. At the same time, Metz welcomes Angers, Lens moves to Geoffroy Guichard, Nîmes is in Nice, and Brest receives Dijon. A first batch which should announce the color of this 28th day.

Scoreboard

Olympique lyonnais 0-0 Stade Rennes Goals:

FC Metz 0-0 Angers SCO Goals:

AS Saint-Étienne 0-0 RC Lens Goals:

OGC Nice - Nîmes Olympique Goals:

Stade Brestois - Dijon FCO

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Koscielny bangs his fist on the table: "Get support and clean up a bit"

 Koscielny bangs his fist on the table: © Panoramic Silence, we're sinking… After improving for a few weeks, Bordeaux is no longer moving forward. Now is not too much time to dream of Europe, rather to fight not to experience a stressful end of the season. After a series of five Ligue 1 matches without a win, including four defeats and a 0-0 draw against Marseille reduced to nine, Jean-Louis Gasset's players occupy 11th place in the standings, seven points behind Lens, fifth, and ten units from the barrage, Nantes.

Goals:

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9th: Great opportunity for Guirassy but his deviation goes sideways. Apart from this mini occasion, I have the impression that it is the Lyonnais who dominate these first ten minutes.

7th: Thank you @Zlatan IbrahiMaurice, I forgot this damn detail. So I'm going to put myself Lyon in a corner. Anyone have a third screen to lend me?

6th: The look of the day is that of Romain Perraud, who has a double plaster on the nose.

4th: AND THE FIRST GOAL TAKES PLACE IN NICE. It is signed Amine Gouiri, who scores his 11th goal of the season after easily hooking a crocodile defender. Fastoche.

3rd: Canal begins by showing us Nice-Nîmes and Brest-Dijon ... Who are they kidding?

3rd: Behind, Maolida had a great opportunity to deceive Reynet but they collapsed on their own before losing the ball.

Mbappe nets double as PSG thrash Dijon to put pressure on Lille

  Mbappe nets double as PSG thrash Dijon to put pressure on Lille Mbappe nets double as PSG thrash Dijon to put pressure on LilleMbappe added to Moise Kean's early opener with Danilo Pereira wrapping it up late on to lift PSG to second on 57 points from 27 games ahead of Lille's home match against Racing Strasbourg on Sunday.

2nd: It is already growing on the Niçois side against Nîmes. But it is cleared by Loïck Landre!

1st: AND Z'EST PARTIIIIII!

6:57 pm: The 110 players of this first MultiLigue1 return to their respective fields.

6:53 pm: We will note the very first tenure of Islam Slimani with OL. His last dated back to February 29, 2020, when he wore the colors of Monaco. On the Rennes side, Camavinga, Bourigeaud and Da Silva are on the bench.

6:47 pm: Apart from this tantalizing OL-Rennes, we will closely follow the two surprises of the season. Metz, which receives Angers, and Lens, which moves to Geoffroy Guichard, the kind of match that makes us even more regret the supporters. Otherwise, Nice receives Nîmes and Dijon plays in Brest. How do you feel about this first batch?

6:45 p.m .: Hello hooligans! OK ? Five matches on the program in this 19-hour multiplex, including one that a certain Pep Génésio is likely to follow closely.

A PSG-Lille shock in the eighth round .
© Supplied by Sports.fr He obviously played into the hands of PSG, increasing in power and being involved defensively. And this even until about ten minutes from the end of the game. A big match from the “Little Owl”. The draw for the knockout stages of the Coupe de France took place this Monday evening, after the qualification of AS Monaco. While there are only seven Ligue 1 clubs still in the running, the top two in the standings, PSG and Lille, will face each other in the next round.

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