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Ligue 1: Montpellier-Lens live

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Yellow card for Chotard (58th)

The Montpellier midfielder is guilty of a foul on Fofana who was starting a counterattack.

Tentative de Clauss (50e)

Shortly after the goal of Mavididi, the French side sounded the revolt. He tries a cross strike near the surface which is well repelled by Omlin.

Buuuuuuuuuuuut de Mavididi! (1-0, 48e)

Launched in depth by Savanier, Mavididi won the duel against Wooh and presented himself alone against Leca. The Englishman does not tremble and perfectly adjusts the Lensois goalkeeper to score his 3rd goal of the season. Montpellier logically takes the lead!

Here we go again ! (0-0, 46th)

Who from Montpellier or Lens will take the lead? Montpellier residents engage!

It’s half time! The two teams back to back! (0-0, 45th)

No goals in this very pleasant first period to follow between Montpelliers and Lens. Surprisingly, it was the men from Dall’Oglio who were more attractive. Savanier and Mavididi put up with the Lens defense, Germain found the post (8th). The Sang et Or have still been dangerous intermittently but will have to do much better to win in this match. MHSC can harbor regrets.

No additional time

Shots report (40th)

One shot on six for Montpellier (including a post), two shots on six for Lens.

Video encore! (31e)

The Englishman is untenable today. He made a good sequence in the area and presented himself against Leca, but the Lensois goalkeeper was vigilant and pushed back the shot.

Yellow card for Wooh (29th)

The young French defender is out late on Mollet and is logically warned. First card of the match.

Clauss free kick (28th)

The right piston springs up to strike the set piece located right in the center. His right foot strike goes over the wall and forces Omlin to make a good save.

Vididi s’emballe (25e)

The spinning Montpellier winger eliminates the Lens defense and tries his luck from afar, but his shot lacks precision and goes well above the goals.

53% possession for RC Lens (20th)

However, it is the people of Montpellier who have shown themselves to be the most dangerous.

Sambia strike! (17th)

The right side of the MHSC begins a rush alone and unleashes a nice shot near the surface which grazes the post of Leca.

Doucouré unscrews (13th)

Pereira dribbles and crosses back for Doucouré who arrives launched, but totally misses his shot, too powerful, which clearly misses Omlin’s goals.

Germain hits the post! (8th)

The former OM player is receiving a good cross from Savanier, but his recovery with the tip of the foot fails on the left post of the Lensois goals. What a start to the game!

Mavididi répond! (7th)

The England striker starts from his left side, infiltrates the box and rolls up a vicious strike from the right that passes right next to the goals of Leca, who seemed beaten.

Fofana launches hostilities! (6th)

The captain of RC Lens throws himself quickly forward and tries a low shot at the entrance to the surface but it lacks power and is perfectly captured by the Lensois goalkeeper.

Start of the match engaged (4th)

The Montpellierers set up a fairly high pressing on the ground which upset the Lensois for the moment and prevent them from relaunching properly.

Here we go ! (0-0, 1st)

Mr. Florent Batta whistles the kickoff of this match. The Lensois engage!


The players enter the lawn!

The Sang et Or aim to consolidate their second place, while the Montpellier aim to get closer to the first part of the table.

Field reconnaissance

The Mosson stadium is ready

Le our de Lens

Franck Haise chose to start his team in a classic 3-4-3. Jonathan Clauss and Przemysław Frankowski are aligned in pistons, Cheick Doucouré and Seko Fofana, captain, form the double pivot in front of the defense. The eleven: Leca – Gradit – Danso – Wooh – Clauss – Doucouré – Fofana – Frankowski – Costa – Sotoca – Kalimuendo.

The eleven of Montpellier

Olivier Dall’Oglio opted for a 4-2-3-1. Former Paris Saint-Germain player Mamadou Sakho is the holder in central defense, Valère Germain occupies the tip of the attack. Téji Savanier, in great shape this season, is captain. The eleven: Omlin – Sambia – Esteve – Sakho – Cozza – Ferri – Chotard – Mollet – Savanier – Mavididi – Germain.

Opposing dynamics

Montpellier have won only once in their last 5 Ligue 1 games (4 draws and 1 defeat). Conversely, the Lensois have lost only one of their last 5 meetings (4 victories).

A duel to the advantage of RC Lens

The two teams have already met 44 times since 1980 (12 wins for Montpellier, 10 draws and 22 wins for Lens). The last match to date was won by Lens (2-1) on January 30.

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