12 facts to know about the day: Monaco win 7-1, Arsenal, Angers and Montpellier KO good run…

Monaco vs Ajaccio, Ben Yedder’s tumultuous return, Arsenal dominate Tottenham in derby, Nantes crush Montpellier, Reims calm Nice attack, Angers run to L2, Chelsea out of water… Discover highlights of Sunday’s matches do it League 1 and in Europe.

Floods occurred in Montpellier

Results in Ligue 1 (click on score to read match summary or article): Lille 5-1 Troyes, Angers 1-2 Clermont, Montpellier 0-3 Nantes, Reims 0-0 Nice, Toulouse 1-1 Brest, Monaco 7-1 Ajaccio.

Key results in Europe: Chelsea 1:0 Crystal Palace, Newcastle 1:0 Fulham, Tottenham 0:2 Arsenal (Premier League), Sassuolo 0:2 Lazio (Serie A), Almeria 1:1 Atletico (League).

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1. Monaco festival against Ajaccio! Four days after the draw in Lorient, Monaco made short work of AC Ajaccio (7-1) in a one-sided match. From the start, Disasi (2nd) and Diatta (6th) started the Mongasques perfectly. While Belali (11th) looked to have resurrected the Corsicans, Ben Yedder’s hat-trick (21st, 28th, 35th) sealed the doubt. In the second half, Embolo added his name to the list of scorers by making a double (63rd, 89th). ASM climbs five points off the podium to 4th place, while ACA remains in the red zone.

2. Ben Yedder’s roaring return! As a starter, Ben Yedder did not miss the opportunity to shine at the Monaco festival with Ajaccio (7-1). The French international actually scored a hat-trick in just 14 minutes (21, 28, 35)! Statistician Opta notes that the former Toulouse man is the first Ligue 1 player to score three goals in just 35 minutes in a long time as we have to return to Cheick Diabat for a 26th-minute hat-trick. Bordeaux against Guingamp in 2014 (5-1), to find better.

3. “Arsenal” extends the lead. Premier League leader “Arsenal” beat “Tottenham” (2:0) in the North London derby. Mikel Arteta’s men took advantage Own goal from Lloris (14th), author of a dumpling on a powerful cross from Saka, then Odegaard broke with a long shot to the ground (36th). The second half was more intense, but Arsenal kept a clean sheet thanks to the excellent Ramsdale. With this victory and the defeat of Manchester City (1-2 against Manchester United), the gunners now 8 points ahead of their dolphin.

4. Nantes approves, Montpellier dives. It has been going on since the restoration of the championship, Nantes secured their third win in four games in all competitions at Montpellier (3-0). The Montpellierans, led by Khazri’s later rocket from Girotto (45 + 12), sank after the break. Wahi also saw a red card for a humorous gesture in front of the referee, then Mohamed (81) and Blas (84) also added blindness. MHSC slumps to a fourth straight defeat and sits in 15th place, two points away from the road zone. FCN is 13th.

5. The sad scenes of Montpellier. “Montpellier” – “Nantes” match was abandoned after a quarter of an hour of play. Smoke jets over Omlin surface as MHSC ultras enter Mosson stands, struck in the first quarter of an hour. Believing that their physical integrity was in danger, judge Thomas Leonard decided to temporarily send the 22 actors to the dressing room. The match was eventually resumed peacefully afterwards.

6. Great duet at LOSC! Thanks to the doubles of Bayo (16, 47) and David (45 + 2, 88). “Lille” beat “Troy” (5:1). With another goal from Virginius (75th), who was in control throughout the game, LOSC showed a good attacking face and returns to the top 5 in the standings. Dbrief and players’ NOTES are here to read!

7. Reims calms the attack on Nice. Four days after the attack festival against Montpellier (6-1), Nice did not offer the same show to Reims (0-0), ending the eleventh game in a row without defeat in the league. A fairly logical draw between two teams tied on points in mid-table (25).

8. Anger rushes to L2. It’s still hard to believe the retention for Angers. this sunday SCO lost to Clermont (1-2) for the fifteenth time in the league, eleventh in a row (!).. The Angevin club, still trailing by 8 points in the middle of the season, advances directly to Ligue 2. In turn, The Auvergne club gets its third success and takes a good 8th place.

9. Brest is better. Stade Brestois confirm that Eric Roy has returned to form under his command. The new head coach of the Breton club is chained Second match unbeaten in the league, taking a point at Toulouse (1-1), stayed on two wins, including a 5-0 drubbing of Auxerre. Mouni (18th) had even put Brest ahead, but Abukhlal (65th) equalized for the Violets, 12th in the standings. SB29 remains in the red zone, at position 18, but maintenance can be trusted.

10. Chelsea keeps her head out of the water. After three successive defeats in all competitions to recover, “Chelsea” faced “Crystal Palace” (1:0) The 20th round of the Premier League will be held. His second win is only in the last ten league games. The blues, dominated by new signing Mykhailo Mudryk, made the difference in the second half with a header from Havertz (64th). The London club remains in 10th place in the Top 4 rating of 10 points.

11. “Atletico” tripped “Almeria”. One week after the defeat to “Barcelona” (0:1). Atletico Madrid failed to lift their heads and the Colchoneros drew with promoted Almeria (1-1) On the occasion of the 17th day of La Liga. Correa opened the scoring (18th) thanks to an inspired Griezmann trick that allowed the ball to pass, but former Rmois El-Bilal beat Toure (37th). Diego Simeone’s men then pushed hard in vain and narrowly ended the game in frustration following Regillo’s dismissal. The Rojiblancos, temporarily 4th in the table, are threatened by their pursuers.

12. The first victory of the year for Lazio! After three games without a win Roma Lazio won their first success in 2023 at Sassuolo (2-0), on the 18th day of Serie A, Zaccani opened the scoring from a penalty (45’+3), then Felipe Anderson sealed the Biancocelesti’s success at the very end of the match (90’+4). In the rating,“Lazio” is in 5th place with 3 points in 4th place.

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