Thanks to his superb performance against Lorient, Rennais Benjamin Bourigeaud is the player of the day. The Lyonnais Houssem Aouar and Moussa Dembl, then the Lille resident Lo Jardim in particular, also distinguished themselves this weekend and appear in the 34th edition of the typical Maxifoot team.
Benjamin Bourigeaud shone with Rennes.
As in past seasons, after each day of the championship, Maxifoot composes its standard team. The best “eleven” and seven replacements are chosen based on their performance. Holders collect three points, substitutes receive one point.
12. Steve Mandanda (Olympique Marseille)
13. Axel Disasi (AS Monaco)
14. Zeki Celik (Lille)
15. Seko Fofana (RC Lens)
16. Gerson (Olympic Marseille)
17. Moses Simons (FC Nantes)
18. Karl Toko-Ekambi (Olympique Lyonnais)
Player of the day: Benjamin Bourigeaud (Rennes)
In form in recent weeks, the Rennes midfielder confirmed again this Sunday! Immediately in the right tempo, the former Lensois launched his team perfectly with a fine volley to open the scoring. Thereafter, he kept a lot of activity and was restless to create danger. In the second half, he was also the decisive passer on Traor’s goal.
Lo Jardim (Lille)
Often dominated in this meeting, Lille can also thank their goalkeeper for this victory. The Brazilian was clearly decisive on attempts by Gameiro and Thomasson. You also have to admit that he was lucky when he pulled Ajorque’s head out of his head. Not to mention the post that pushed back Gameiro’s back recovery.
Hamari Traor (Rennes)
As usual, the right-back from Rennes was particularly attacking. Little in danger defensively against Lorient in difficulty, the captain of the Breton club projected himself a lot and created danger, the image of his shift for Terrier on the action of the opener of the score of Bourigeaud. After the break, he was rewarded with the headed goal from a cross from Bourigeaud.
Benot Badiashile (AS Monaco)
If AS Saint-Etienne still scored a goal from the penalty spot, the central defender of AS Monaco made a solid copy. Not involved in the action of the realization of Khazri, the young talent of the club of the Principality released a beautiful serenity in his interventions, with in particular a significant impact in the aerial field.
Sven Botman (Lille)
Opposed to a serious client with Ajorque, the central defender of Lille responded well. Ditto with the movements of Gameiro which he managed with the necessary aggressiveness. The Dutchman could nevertheless have done without the nasty foul on Bellegarde which earned him a yellow card.
Caio Henrique (AS Monaco)
The AS Monaco left-back was restless in his lane. Rather correct on the defensive plan, the Brazilian was especially his advantage in his climbs. Thus, the former Atletico Madrid player was decisive on Ben Yedder’s opener with a superb cross. Always enterprising, he often took part in the offensive movements of the Mongasques.
Youssouf Fofana (AS Monaco)
In the midfield, the AS Monaco midfielder confirmed his rise to power. Dominant in the duels to scrape many balloons, the former Alsatian used his technical qualities to achieve many good shifts, especially on the action of Volland’s goal but also the first opportunity for Boadu. Correct.
Houssem Aouar (Olympique Lyonnais)
Still lined up against the absences of Caqueret and Ndombl, injured, the Olympique Lyonnais midfielder put in an interesting performance. Rather clean in the game, the French international has mainly weighed on the debates by his projections. And finally, he was rewarded for his efforts with his two goals on a strike placed at the near post and then a long shot in the last moments.
Kevin Volland (AS Monaco)
Back in form in recent weeks, the AS Monaco attacking midfielder was immediately in the right tempo with a first strike to worry Bernardoni. Effective in doubling the bet on a cross from Martins, the German embodied a real poison for the Stphanois by drilling the goal against his camp in Kolodziejczak before making a nice reversal on the action of the 4th achievement.
Martin Terrier (Rennes)
A nice copy for the Rennes striker. Mobile and available on the front of the attack, he was quickly decisive with this cross repelled by Dreyer to allow Bourigeaud to open the scoring. Involved in all the good moves, the young talent was still decisive in the crowd with a duel won against the goalkeeper to shake the net. Efficient.
Moussa Dembl (Olympique Lyonnais)
A good match for the center forward of Olympique Lyonnais. In form this week, the captain of Les Gones quickly found the fault in the first period with a cross shot in front of Omlin. Involved in his team’s best moves, he also got the free kick on Mendes’ goal. Still active, the former Parisian gave a goal ball to Toko-Ekambi, who found the post. We must emphasize his quality work on the goals of Aouar and Toko-Ekambi despite a final missed opportunity.
Ranking: Mbapp keeps the lead
1. Mbappe (Paris-SG): 30 points
2. Clauss (Lens): 29 points
3. Savanier (Montpellier): 23 points
4. Guendouzi (Marseille) – Marquinhos (Paris-SG): 22 points
6. Terrier (Rennes): 21 points
7. Laborde (Montpellier 1 pts, then Rennes): 20 points
8. Bourigeaud (Rennes): 19 points
9. Lopes (Lyon) – Caio Henrique (Monaco) – Lafont (Nantes) – Gouiri (Nice) – Hakimi, Messi (Paris-SG): 16 points
15. Bentez (Nice): 15 points
16. Fofana (Lens): 14 points
17. Frankowski (Lens) – Todibo (Nice) – Traor (Rennes) – Ajorque (Strasbourg): 13 points
21. Boufal (Angers) – Saliba, Gerson, Payet (Marseille) – Tchouamni (Monaco): 12 points
26. Botman (Lille) – Ben Yedder (Monaco) – Girotto, Pallois (Nantes) – Dante (Nice) – Neymar, Gueye (Paris-SG): 11 points
33. Disasi (Monaco) – Blas (Nantes) – Abdelhamid (Reims) – Majer, Sulemana (Rennes) – Djiku (Strasbourg): 10 points
39. Honorat, Bizot (Brest) – Faivre (Brest 6 pts, then Lyon) – Doucoure, Danso (Lens) – David (Lille) – Caqueret, Dembele, Bruno Guimares (Lyon) – Luan Peres (Marseille) – Atal, Thuram -Ulien (Nice) – Konan (Reims) – Martin, Aguerd (Rennes) – Thomasson (Strasbourg): 9 points
55. Lucas Paquet (Lyon) – Sakho (Montpellier) – Kolo Muani (Nantes) – Herrera (Paris-SG) – Faes (Reims) – Nyamsi (Strasbourg): 8 points
61. Le Douaron (Brest) – Kalimuendo (Lens) – Lo Jardim (Lille) – Toko Ekambi (Lyon) – Vanderson, Diop, Volland, Fofana (Monaco) – Delort (Montpellier 3 pts, then Nice) – Kluivert, Dolberg ( Nice) – Rajkovic (Reims) – Tait (Rennes) – Diallo, Guilbert, Sels (Strasbourg) – N’Guessan (Troyes): 7 points
78. Cabot (Angers) – Bernardoni (Angers 5 pts, then St-Etienne) – Pierre-Gabriel (Brest) – Seidu, Djoco (Clermont-F.) – Gradit (Lens) – Gudmundsson (Lille) – Lukeba (Lyon) – nder, Dieng (Marseille) – Kouyate, Centonze (Metz) – Omlin, Ferri (Montpellier) – Chirivella (Nantes) – Verratti, Ramos, Nuno Mendes (Paris-SG) – Omari, Santamaria, Guirassy (Rennes): 6 points
99. Oudin (Bordeaux) – Leca (Lens) – A. Onana (Lille) – Aouar (Lyon) – Harit, Milik (Marseille) – Simon (Nantes) – Green (St-Etienne): 5 points
107. Traor (Angers) – S. Gregersen, A. Elis, Pembele, Hwang (Bordeaux) – Bayo, Rashani, Gastien (Clermont-F.) – Sad, Sotoca (Lens) – Renato Sanches, Tiago Djal (Lille) – Moffi (Lorient) – Gusto, Emerson (Lyon) – Caleta-Car, Rongier (Marseille) – Traore (Metz) – Souquet, Mavididi (Montpellier) – Ekitike (Reims) – Gomis (Rennes) – Nordin, Boudebouz, Khazri, Sow , Bouanga (St-Etienne) – Gameiro, Linard, Sissoko (Strasbourg): 4 points
137. Petkovic, Mandrea, Fulgini (Angers) – Costil, Mexer, Poussin, Briand, Ricardo Mangas, Guilavogui (Bordeaux) – M. Satriano, Chardonnet, Duverne (Brest) – N’Simba, Berthomier (Clermont-F.) – Fonte (Lille) – Le Goff, Lauriente, Mendes (Lorient) – NDombl, Boateng (Lyon) – De La Fuente (Marseille) – Sarr, Boulaya (Metz) – B. Badiashile (Monaco) – Germain, Ristic, Esteve (Montpellier ) – Castelletto, Merlin (Nantes) – Rosario, Bard (Nice) – Donnarumma, Paredes, Danilo Pereira, Kimpembe, Di Mara, Navas, Diallo, Kehrer (Paris-SG) – Munetsi, Moreto Cassam (Reims) – Truffert (Rennes) ) – Camara, Trauco (St-Etienne) – Dingome, Larouci, Chavalerin, Rami (Troyes): 3 points
185. J. Onana (Bordeaux) – Brassier (Brest) – Elik, Andr (Lille) – Pau Lpez (Marseille) – Meling (Rennes) – Perrin (Strasbourg) – Gallon (Troyes): 2 points
193. Cho, Capelle, Thomas, Mendy, Mangani (Angers) – Dilrosun, Adli (Bordeaux) – Belkebla, Mouni, Cardona, Hrelle (Brest) – Dossou, Zedadka (Clermont-F.) – David Costa, Hadara (Lens) – Yilmaz, Zhegrova, Weah, Grbic (Lille) – Le Fe, Kon, Dreyer, Innocent, Monconduit, Ptrot (Lorient) – Denayer, Shaqiri (Lyon) – Mandanda, Pol Lirola (Marseille) – de Prville, Oukidja (Metz) – Nbel, Gelson Martins, Golovin (Monaco) – Mollet (Montpellier) – Lotomba, Boudaoui, Lemina (Nice) – Zeneli (Reims) – Assignon (Rennes) – Kolodziejczak (St-Etienne) – Pcic (Strasbourg) – Biancone (Troyes) ): 1 point
Ranking by club: Rennes returns to Paris
1. Paris-SG – 156 points
2. Rennes – 145 points
3. Marseille – 104 points
4. Lens – 102 points
5. Nice – 100 points
6. Lyon – 88 points
7. Monaco – 83 points
8. Strasbourg – 76 points
9. Nantes – 73 points
10. Montpellier – 65 points
11. Lille – 57 points
12. Brest – 52 points
13. Reims – 45 points
14. Burgundy – 43 points
15. Angers – 41 points
16. St-Etienne – 33 points
17. Clermont-F. – 32 dots
18. Metz – 24 points
19. Troyes – 22 points
20. Lorient – 19 points
It was the typical team for the 34th day of Ligue 1. See you next Sunday to discover the typical team for the 35th day!