It cleared Lyon and Monaco left it behind in the European race


Keeping in mind that this match will decide a lot for the European tickets of Ligue 1, Monaco prevailed 2-0 at home against Lyon, went up 36 points, left its opponent at 34 after 23 games and took the lead. in their battle!

The hosts essentially cleared the game from a very early stage, as just in the 2nd minute Jean Lucas scored with a header in the heart of the area, while in the 27th minute Wissam Ben Yeder, who had given the assist for 2-0, doubled her goals. of his team with beautiful digging in the area.

In the other interesting match of the day, St. Etienne reacted and broke away from the last position of the standings, after prevailing at home with 3-1 of Montpellier, which lost important ground for the first places. The guests were ahead in the 11th minute with Eli Wahi, Romain Amouma (82 ‘), Arno Norden (90’) and Wambi Kazri (90 + 3 ‘), completed an epic upset!

The 23rd match in detail

Friday (04/02)

Marseille-Angers 5-2

(18 ‘, 70’, 78 ‘Milik, 21’ Gerson, 85 ‘Uder – 8’ Fulgini, 11 ‘Bendaleb)

Saturday (05/02)

Saint-Etienne-Montpellier 3-1

Monaco-Lyon 2-0

Sunday (06/02)

Lorient-Lance (14:00)

Nis-Clermont (16:00)

Reims-Bordeaux (16:00)

Strasbourg-Nantes (16:00)

Troyes-Mets (16:00)

Rennes-Brest (18:00)

Lille-Paris Saint-Germain (21:45)

The next 24th match

Friday (11/02)

Paris Saint-Germain-Rennes (22:00)

Saturday (12/02)

Montpellier-Lille (18:00)

Lyon-Nice (22:00)

Sunday (13/02)

Monaco-Lorient (14:00)

Nantes-Reims (16:00)

Angers-Strasbourg (16:00)

Brest-Troyes (16:00)

Clermont-St Etienne (16:00)

Lance-Bordeaux (18:05)

Metz-Marseille (21:45)

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Source: Sport-fm

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