Ligue 1: OM, OL, PSG … what to remember from the 6th day

OM, OL and PSG chained new victories against Auxerre (0-2), Angers (5-0) and Nantes (0-3), while Lille beat Montpellier (1-3) this Sunday. and Monaco has risen to the Beautiful. Here’s what to remember from day 6 in Ligue 1.

Auxerre-Marseille 0-2

We have to count on Marseille this season. The Olympian club signed another success on Saturday in Auxerre (0-2), even temporarily leading the standings (16 points) while waiting for the meeting with PSG. It may be anecdotal, but it says a lot about the Marseillais’ ability to play leading roles again despite the sudden departure of Jorge Sampaoli. In Burgundy, they again showed great defensive strength and offensive efficiency to overcome promoted Auxerre. Two ingredients that Igor Tudor’s men will need all season to stay in the top flight. But also hope to do well in the Champions League. And the confrontation against Tottenham, this Wednesday, should give indications of the true level of this OM.

Lyon-Angers 5-0

Four in a row for Lyon. OL chained the fourth consecutive victory, this Saturday, by conducting an attack festival when Angers arrived (5-0). With this clear and flawless success, Peter Bosz’s men confirmed their excellent start to the championship and declared themselves serious outsiders after a complicated season. With 13 points on the clock, in five games, the Rhone club made the best start since the 2012-2013 season, at the end of which it finished 3e step on the podium. And Les Gones can overtake PSG and OM (16 points) at the top of the standings if there is another success, Wednesday, in Lorient (last game of 2e day) before the two matches in Monaco and against Paris.

Nantes-PSG 0-3

Paris avoided the trap. A little over a month after its great victory in the Champions Trophy (4-0), the capital club eagerly awaits FC Nantes in La Beaujoire, where it lost last season (3-1). And the Parisians, although they did not deliver the same copy as Israel, left with a new success (0-3), regaining their place at the top of the classification thanks to a more good goal difference (+20 against +10 for OM). For this trip, Christophe Galtier made several changes to his starting line-up, including Neymar on the starting bench. If his team was a bit sluggish at the start of the game, they mastered the game after the start of Kylian Mbappé (18e), author of the double, and the red card of Nantes Fabio (24e). Now it’s on to the Champions League, against Juventus, this Wednesday, with PSG expected.

Montpellier-Lille 1-3

Lille recovered. Beaten in the middle of the week by Nice (1-2), Losc defeated, this Sunday, Montpellier in Hérault (1-3). Led after 20 minutes of play, with a goal from Elye Wahi, the northern club returned to parity before the break thanks to Jonathan David (40e). And the meeting returned to stoppage time in the first period with the dismissal of Valère Germain (45e+3). In numerical superiority, the northern club made a difference after returning from the locker room with Angel Gomes (57e) and at the end of the game thanked Jonathan David (90e+5). This 3e The success of the season allowed Paulo Fonseca’s men to pass their opponent of the day in the standings.

Reims-Lens 1-1

The lens is braked. The Blood and Gold failed to keep up the hellish run of PSG and OM and let the leaders slip after their draw at Reims (1-1). Lensois (3rd, 14 points) find themselves two lengths behind the Parisians and Marseillais, just ahead of Lyon (4th, 13 pts), all of whom won on Saturday . Racing Club de Lens still has the strength to equalize the numerical inferiority, in a duel of scorers.

Brest-Strasbourg 1-1

Strasbourg still didn’t get there. No success in six games (4 draws, 2 losses) for the Alsatians who returned with a point from Brest (1-1). Quickly dropped to ten after the dismissal of Prcic from the 31steJulian Stéphan’s men equalized at the end of the game.

Ajaccio-Lorient 0-1

Lorient did a good job by winning Ajaccio (0-1). Merlus is in fifth place while Corsicans is last with only one point. With this third victory in five games, the Bretons continue a good rhythm before the reception of Lyon for the last match of the 2nd day of Ligue 1, which will be played on Wednesday (7 pm) .

Clermont-Toulouse 2-0

Third straight defeat for Toulouse. TFC lost to Clermont after goals from Gonalons (48th) and Cham (90th + 6). While the Haut-garonnais, promoted, attractive at the start of the championship, they seem to have suffered the blow in some games.

Troyes-Rennes: 1-1

Troyes and Rennes separated with a score of parity (1-1) after a meeting marked by the discomfort of an assistant referee before kick-off. While they opened Ugbo’s scoring (14e), the surprising Trojans then finished 10 of 26e minutes of play (Salmier’s dismissal). Rennais managed to equalize with Santamaria (48e) but failed to come back with three points in the victory.

Nice-Monaco 0-1

Monaco won in Nice in a closed derby this Sunday night, thanks to its summer rookie Breel Embolo (1-0) and relaunched almost a month after its last victory in the league.

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