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Ligue 1 – Sergio Ramos bypassing, flashback and match referee – Contested Reims: The highs and failures of the 19th day


Adel Rami makes a little noise on the side of Troyes. Far from always present, having played seven Ligue 1 matches this season (out of 19), the 2018 World Champion defender, who has already scored against Rennes, but doubled the quota by allowing Estack to save a tie point against Brest. This Wednesday evening. Seeing Ramy hitting the net is nothing new. After all, the former Lille has already scored 29 goals in his career.

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But seeing him score twice in the same season in Ligue 1 is an event. It hasn’t happened to him since the 2009/10 season. He was 24 years old and obviously played for LOSC. another era. He also completed the previous season with five goals. We doubt he will be able to reach that total in 2021/2022 but with him…

Excited and undefeated after six days, Nice started their season in the sweetest way with Christophe Galtier at the helm. This can be attested by Lille or Bordeaux, who captured four, against the Aiglons. And then, the beautiful machine broke down. Nice can sometimes succeed in beautiful matches, such as against Lyon (3-2), and sometimes frankly less well. Evidenced by the setbacks suffered by Lorient, Troyes, Montpellier, Metz and Strasbourg.

The gym then recovered by defeating two podium finishers in quick succession. First Rin, then Lins this evening. The sequence, combined with OM’s pull on his lawn against Reims, allows Nice to take the runner-up place at PSG. The Ineos project continues to grow well.

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  • The night of the return of the torch

Jocelyn Jorvenek’s players did not show their level last year and will not be favorites for the title this season. But Lil definitely regained her state of mind. In Bordeaux, the northerners were seriously jostled, topping twice (1-0 and then 2-1). But they did not give up to reverse the trend in seven minutes at the end of the match and finally won in the Gironde lands (2-3).

This is the second time in a row that Lille has won despite his leadership in the French league, after the success (2-1) against Troyes. While they lost 12 points in five matches between the eleventh and fifteenth days, during the encounters in which they opened the scoring, Lille found his fighting spirit. And the way to success.

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This 19th day was very lively, and it was also fun for fans of Beautiful Goals. We picked three, signed by Tigi Savanier, Thomas Monconduit and Mario Lemina. The MHSC free kick opened the festivities early in the evening. In front of Angevin Paul Bernardoni’s goal, the Montpellier playmaker fired a fine shot and hit his former teammate at Nimes who was waiting for him on the other side. Another free kick in the bag of the magician Savagnier.

At Le Moustoir, in the 40th minute of the match, between Lorient and PSG, Thomas Monconduit sent a UFO into the skylight of Keylor Navas. Armand Llorente sent him at the entrance to the area, and the midfielder received the ball because it came from the inside from the right foot. The effect of the polished ball ended under the rudder of helpless Navas. Finally, in Nice, Mario Lemina, disguised as Robbie Keane, succeeded in a superb shot in the penalty area, on a ball, high in the hour of play. A real gem for a striker, and he’s not right!

Ben Yedder – Voland, the immortal duo

Here is the duo that works and that you may have missed. These are three matches that Wissam Ben Yedder and Kevin Volland have yet to play together on the Monaco side. The last time was against Strasbourg and the first was tied with a penalty kick caused by the second. On Wednesday evening, in the last first leg, Niko Kovac again trusted his double that brought him back since he crushed Rennes by two goals from Ben Yedder and Voland (2-1). When the French and German teams started together this season, eight times, their joint record was seven goals. Perhaps Kovac should remember that, because ASM is solidly in the top four spots on the Nice field, second.


In addition, he was sent off… That was probably what Paris fans thought when they saw Sergio Ramos take a second yellow card in six minutes at FC Lorient’s park on Wednesday night. He entered at the break in place of Nuno Mendes, the Spanish defender, who played 135 minutes in the leg before this match, a game and a half, and did not manage to go to the end. The former Real warned against uncontrolled interference in the offensive phase (81), as he voluntarily annihilated a counter-attack by Enzo Luffy (83), making his expulsion inevitable. This is a task in the first half of an already troublesome season.

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  • Paquita, the winter blackout blow

He had stunned his season early in the season and carried Olympique Lyonnais on his shoulders for so long. But Lucas Paqueta is nothing but a shadow of himself at the end of 2021. In the shadows of several weeks of difficulty, the Brazilian wandered like a lost soul while receiving Metz. If he gets a good chance (42nd place), the Lyon leader looks riled up, unsuccessfully in the slightest dribble and ends up on the break by Peter Boss. It’s been almost a month since the Brazilian hasn’t scored a goal. However, even if he played better without him on Wednesday, OL would need a big Paqueta to get him.

  • Inhospitable velodrome… for OM

Ten matches were played for four wins, four draws and two losses. If Olympique de Marseille has often had trouble with its rival supporters this season, it hasn’t spoiled its fans at the Stade Velodrome either. If the Alvossen are “only” third in Ligue 1 and above all have already fallen to 13 points from PSG, they owe it in large part to their poor pace on home soil. Lens and Brest came to establish themselves there, and Jorge Sampaoli’s players suspended the tie against Paris. Most disturbingly, Bordeaux, Metz and therefore Reims, from the formations of the last third of the rating, left Marseille by one point. OM are only the eighth team in the tournament at home.

  • Mister Letexier wasn’t very inspiring

When it’s hot, it’s complicated, we have the impression that we have been robbedIn Prime Video’s microphone, Younes Abdel Hamid remained calm, preferring to review photos before igniting. But he does have his say in the decisions of Francois Letxer, the referee for the OM-Reims meeting on Wednesday night. Accurate on three questionable decisions to say the least.

Jean-Pierre Caillou, president of Stade de Reims, attacks the match referee against OM

Credit: Imago

The first is when Ekitike collapsed in the Olympic zone, well assisted by Caleta-Car (88). The second when he awarded Payet a penalty for an involuntary kick from Gravillon (90 + 5). The last one was when Boubacar did not send Kamara, guilty of a huge mistake in the position of the last defender (90 + 9). Marseille has also taken the direction of the locker rooms. Rest in time for Mr. Letexier.

  • Dobraz, missed for the first time

I intend to play my part but I want to share it. We will take care of ourselves because each one of us will give his bestPascal Debraz arrived in Saint-Étienne strong in the legend that surrounds him. Those of the coach to the rescue since the successful maintenance he carried out with Toulouse during the 2015/16 season. Victory by victory, which was more at home because he wished the full support of Jeffroy-Guichard.

Missed because even if Saint-Étienne generally dominated Nantes with a short header, it was the Canary Islands, thanks to Randall Colo-Moyen, who grabbed the three points. Technician Dobraz must quickly return the heads of his players to the place. On January 23, you will have to fly to Lyon …

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