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French Ligue 1: Ousmane Dembl Shines in Maxifoot Standard Team

Thanks to his superb performance against AS Monaco, Parisian Ousmane Dembl is the player of the day. The Rennais Benjamin Bourigeaud, then the Niois Melvin Bard in particular, also distinguished themselves this weekend and are included in the 13th edition of the Maxifoot standard team.

Ousmane Dembl shone with PSG.

As in past seasons, after each day of the championship, Maxifoot puts together its typical team. The best “our” and seven replacements are chosen according to their performance. The starters collect three points, the substitutes receive one point.

Substitutes:

12. Matz Sels (Strasbourg)
13. Jonathan Clauss (Olympique de Marseille)
14. Tiago Santos (Lille)
15. Vitinha (Paris Saint-Germain)
16. Adrien Thomasson (RC Lens)
17. Romain Faivre (Lorient)
18. Amine Gouiri (Stade Rennais)

And details:

Player of the day: Ousmane Dembl (Paris Saint-Germain)

The French winger has finally opened his account with PSG, and in style! With a controlled sequence in the race then a shot from the right under the crossbar, the former Barcelona player scored his first goal in the Parisian jersey and allowed his team to make the break. Before his goal, his accelerations caused great harm to the Monegasque defenders and often brought danger to the opposing camp. His shot caused the first Parisian goal, then he obtained the penalty for the second.

Lucas Chevalier (Lille)

The Lille goalkeeper was good this Sunday! Without being very worried in the first period, the northern goalkeeper was attentive to a first long shot from Caqueret. Before the break, he did an impeccable job of repelling an attempt from Nuamah. Helped during the second act by a missed header from close range by Bald, the young talent then pulled out all the stops with two duels won against Kadewere and Bald. Reassuring.

Benjamin Bourigeaud (Stade Rennais)

An excellent match delivered by the former Rennes captain, freshly dismissed by Stphan in favor of Mandanda. After testing this more defensive role against Lyon (0-1), the right piston clearly convinced by recovering a lot of balls in his lane. His dangerous crosses improve his general performance already highlighted by an ultra-quick left-foot flat goal in the second half, and an impeccable free kick to make the 3-1 Theate goal.

Facundo Medina (RC Lens)

Always as clean in his interventions, and with the concern to bring the surplus, the third element of the defense of RC Lens justified his particular profile. And despite his small size, the Argentinian is a monster, almost impassable, in duels. We also loved his forward play via sharp passes.

Arthur Theate (Stade Rennais)

A very good match also delivered by the Belgian, who was not necessarily favored by Bruno Genesio in recent weeks. He often provided a solution in the left lane and, like Belocian, he threw himself to block a shot from Rim at close range. It was also on one of his many projections that the Rennais scored quickly after the restart. With a perfectly placed header after standing out from a free kick from Bourigeaud, he consolidated Stade Rennais’ lead by scoring the 3rd goal. Very encouraging!

Melvin Bard (OGC Nice)

In good shape in recent weeks, the left side of OGC Nice was still good this Sunday. Without breaking the screen, the former Lyonnais held his lane well defensively with authoritarian interventions in front of Kamanzi in the first period. In his rides, he showed confidence in his attempts and combined well with his partners. During the second act, the Niois was rewarded with this ball recovered high against Desler before finding Sanson on Moffi’s goal. Mrit.

Fabian Ruiz (Paris Saint-Germain)

Magassa escaped his marking at the start of the match to create an opportunity from a corner, but the Spanish midfielder was vigilant afterwards to compensate for the rises of his teammates and scratch balls in the midfield. Very technically correct, the former Neapolitan was good in the game and he offers a decisive pass to Dembl.

Morgan Sanson (OGC Nice)

Aligned in the absence of Ndayishimiye, suspended, the OGC Nice midfielder had, as always, a large volume of play. In the midfield, the former Marseillais did not spare his efforts, on the defensive phases but also in his projections. Impeccable in recovery with a great impact in duels, he was also impeccable in his passes. And after the break, he was able to be impactful in the zone of truth with this golden service for the opener of Moffi’s score. Even at the end of the game, the Niois was invaluable for his technical quality.

Ablie Jallow (FC Metz)

The symbol of the FC Metz revolt. Author of a rather average first period, the Gambian was the great architect of his team’s victory. On Traor’s equalizer, he perfectly shot the corner deflected by Udol. Active in the game, Messin knew how to be fair to win with a well-taken penalty despite Mvogo’s good dive.

Kylian Mbapp (Paris Saint-Germain)

The top scorer in L1 first found Khn twice on his way, but he finally beat the Mongasque goalkeeper with a penalty. Which brings his total to 14 league goals this season. Passer then for Vitinha. Without having a very big night, the Frenchman ended the match with a goal and a decisive pass.

Jonathan David (Lille)

Winning return for the Lille center forward! For his comeback as a starter, the LOSC captain was decisive. However, his start to the match was not easy with a few lost duels and races into the void. But in a duel, he got the better of Diomand and immediately came up with a solution to open the scoring following a pass from Yazici. Clearly liberated, the Lille player was then interesting in the game, the image of a caviar for the Turk, who missed, or a strike repelled by Lopes upon returning from the locker room. Good for confidence.

Ranking: Mbapp returns to Todibo

1. Todibo (Nice) – Mbappe (Paris-SG) : 16 points
3. Chevalier, Yoro (Lille) – Golovin (Monaco) – Ugarte, Hakimi (Paris-SG): 12 points
8. Zhegrova (Lille) : 11 points
9. Adams (Montpellier) : 10 points
10. Faivre (Lorient) – Ben Yedder (Monaco) – Zare-Emery, Donnarumma (Paris-SG) – Bourigeaud (Rennes): 7 points
15. Locko (Brest) – Medina (Lens) – Abergel (Lorient) – Caio Henrique, Vanderson, Fofana, Singo (Monaco) – Moussa Al Tamari (Montpellier) – Mollet (Nantes) – Moffi, Ndayishimiye (Nice) – Ruiz, Marquinhos (Paris-SG) – Assignon (Rennes): 6 points
29. Lees Melou (Brest) – Minamino (Monaco) – Dante (Nice) – Dallinga (Toulouse) : 5 points
33. Bizot, Del Castillo, Brassier (Brest) – Diaw (Clermont-F.) – Machado (Lens) – Mvogo, Yongwa (Lorient) – Jallow (Metz) – Zakaria (Monaco) – Simon (Nantes) – Boga (Nice) ) – Vitinha, Dembl (Paris-SG) – Munetsi, Teuma, Abdelhamid (Reims) – Bellegarde, Delaine (Strasbourg) – Remains (Toulouse): 4 points
52. Allevinah, Caufriez (Clermont-F.) – Tour, Bayo, Nego, Alioui, Kuzyaev, Casimir (Le Havre) – Sotoca, Samba, Gradit, Danso, Diouf (Lens) – Andr, David, Diakit (Lille) Toure, Meit, Kroupi, Le Goff, Mendy (Lorient), Aubameyang, Harit, Gigot, Lpez, Mbemba (Marseille), Van den Kerkhof (Metz) – Jakobs, Akliouche (Monaco) – Castelletto (Nantes) – Thuram-Ulien Sanson, Bard, Boudaoui, Laborde, Bulka (Nice) – Soler, Lee, Asensio, Colo Muani (Paris-SG) – Theate, Truffert, Doku (Rennes) – Nyamsi, Guilbert (Strasbourg) – Schmidt (Toulouse): points
98. Nicholson (Clermont-F.) – Lloris (Le-Havre) – Clauss (Marseille) – Oukidja (Metz) – Maripn, Khn (Monaco) – Mostafa Mohamed (Nantes) – Ito (Reims) – Gouiri (Rennes) – Sels (Strasbourg): 2 points
108. Lala, Camara, Le Douaron, Mouni (Brest) – Konat, Muhammed Cham (Clermont-F.) – Sangante, Kechta, Desmas (Le-Havre) – Thomasson (Lens) – Tiago Santos, Cabella, Ismaily (Lille) – Ponceau (Lorient) – Lopes, O’Brien, Lacazette (Lyon) – Balerdi, Ounahi (Marseille) – Hrelle, Mikautadze (Metz) – Balogun (Monaco) – Lecomte, Chotard, Sacko, Kouyate (Montpellier) – Coco (Nantes) ) – Atal (Nice) – Ramos (Paris-SG) – Matusiwa, Wilson-Esbrand (Reims) – Matic (Rennes) – Perrin (Strasbourg) – Nicolaisen (Toulouse): 1 point

Ranking by club: PSG as a solid leader

1. Paris-SG – 87 points
2. Monaco – 63 points
3. Nice – 56 points
4. Lille – 47 points
5. Lorient – ​​37 points
6. Brest – 27 points
7. Lens – 26 points
8. Rennes – 25 points
9. Le-Havre – 23 points
10. Montpellier – 20 points
11. Marseille – 19 points
12. Strasbourg – 17 points
13. Nantes, Reims – 16 points
15. Clermont-F. – 14 points
16. Toulouse – 13 points
17. Metz – 11 points
18. Lyon – 3 points

It was the typical team for the 13th day of Ligue 1. See you next Sunday to discover the typical team for the 14th day!

2023-11-26 22:20:00
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