Monaco, with 65 points, strengthened its third position, and stressed the pressure on leaders Lille and Paris Saint-Germain and its runners-up, as it was four points behind the first winner at its host Metz (2-0) last Friday at the opening of the stage, and one point behind the second winner over Strasbourg (4) -1) On Saturday. It is the third successive victory in the “League 1” for the emirate club, thanks to which he managed to collect 38 points out of 45 possible, establishing himself as the best team since January 1, 2021. Monaco has only tasted a loss in its last 17 matches, And he scored 13 wins against 3 draws.
Dijon, bottom of the table with only 15 points, lost his twelfth in a row, a historic negative series in the elite that began on January 24 after a 1-1 draw with Strasbourg, which is the same number of defeats suffered by the CA Paris team in Season 1933-1934.
In a second match, Ikram Lens told his guest, Lorient, who sought to avoid relegation by beating him (4-1). The Congolese Democratic Gail Kakota (16 penalty kick) opened the four-way victory, raising his tally to 10 league goals, including 6 penalty marks, while Corinthian John (39) and Arnaud Kalimwendo (55) and substitute striker Simon Banza (88 from a penalty kick) added. Lens goals.
Lorient scored the honorable goal through Nigerian Terim Mofi (29).
In another match, Rennes deepened the wounds of his opponent, Nantes, who is threatened with relegation to the second division, by beating him (1-0). As Rennes approached qualifying fifth in Europe, Nantes stuck to 28 points in the penultimate position, one point ahead of the 18th Nim, who played a lesser game. Rennes dominated his home side in the second half, and managed to score the net of Nantes in the 52nd minute with a powerful shot by Martin Terrier that young goalkeeper Alban Lavon could not keep.
On the other hand, Rennes VII, led by his coach Bruno Genesio, continued to shake off the dust of his recent disappointments, achieving its third victory in the last four matches, at the expense of the yellow team, which has not achieved any victory since its shock victory over defending champions Paris Saint-Germain in mid-March.
Saint-Etienne banished the specter of relegation by defeating its guest Bordeaux (4-1), and advanced to the thirteenth place with 39 points, while the second stuck at 36 in the fifteenth place. The match witnessed three penalties, including two for the owners of the land, and the Tunisian striker Wahbi Khazri, who scored a hat-trick in the 19 and 71 minutes from two penalties and 23 kicks, while Zido Yusef added the fourth in the 81st minute. The ninth minute from the penalty spot. Nice and Raynes also tied negatively, and Brest and Nimes (1-1).
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