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French Ligue 1 – Round 28

 

Top Four

1. Monaco
2. Paris Saint-Germain
3. OGC Nice
4. Lyon

 

 

Bottom Four

17. Nancy
18. Dijon
19. Bastia
20. Lorient

 

March 3, 2017

Bordeaux                      1-1                       Lyon

Valentin Vada 16’                                                Emanuel Mammana 79’

 

Lyon maintained a four point gap over Bordeaux.

It was five straight matches without defeat for Lyon after getting a late goal to avoid an away defeat at Bordeaux.

 

March 4, 2017

Paris Saint-Germain         1-0                Nancy

Edinson Cavani 80’(pen)

Paris Saint-Germain v AS Nancy-Lorraine - Ligue 1 : News Photo

Edinson Cavani scored an important goal for PSG to keep up in the title race.  

Not a lot was expected from Nancy in this fixture but they kept things interesting till the end.

 

Montpellier              1-1               Guingamp

Steve Mounie 50’                                        Jimmy Braind 85’

 

For the second time this season, Montpellier and Guingamp played out a ‘1-1’ draw.

Guingamp scored late to take a point from Montpellier. The point was good enough to keep Guingamp 2-point gap they had over Montpellier.

 

Bastia                    0-0            Saint-Etienne

A victory would have helped Bastia’s cause of getting out of the relegation zone but both teams finished the match without scoring and having a man sent off.  

 

Dijon                      0-1                 OGC Nice

                                                                        Wylan Cyprien 69’

FBL-FRA-LIGUE1-DIJON-NICE : News Photo

OGC Nice was the second team in the title race to win their match by just a single goal. It was a result that kept Dijon in the drop zone for at least another round of Ligue 1.

 

Caen                   2-3                  Angers

Sylvio Rodelin 11’                                         Karl Toko Ekambi 5’
Ivan Santini 67’                                          Cheikh Ndoye 21’
                                                                      Thomas Mangani 48’(pen)

FBL-FRA-LIGUE1-CAEN-ANGERS : News Photo

Caen tried their best to get a point at home against Angers but couldn’t find a third goal to cancel Thomas Mangani’s second-half penalty goal  for Angers,

A home victory would have taken Caen over Angers in the league standings but instead, Angers widened the point gap to 5 points.

 

Metz                       1-1                  Rennes

Cheick Diabate 45’+1’                                 Wesley Said 90’

 

A late goal in the first half gave Metz the lead and a late goal in the second gave Rennes a point to take back home.

 

March 5, 2017

Lorient                   1-4                   Marseille

Benjamin Moukandjo 73’                            Rolando 6’
                                                                           Dimitri Payet 19’
                                                                           Florian Thauvin 53’
                                                                           Morgan Sanson 56’

FBL-FRA-LIGUE1-LORIENT-MARSEILLE : News Photo

Lorient was kept at the bottom of the league standings after getting thrashed at home by Marseille.

 

Toulouse                1-1                     Lille

Christopher Jullien 30’                                     Yassine Benzia 80’

 

An early lead helped Toulouse to a point at home against relegation threatened Lille.

 

Monaco                    4-0               Nantes

Kylian Mbappe Lottin 4’ 45’+1’
Valere Germain 43’
Fabinho 59’(pen)

 

Monaco’s goal difference continues to be the biggest in the league.

While the rest of the teams in the title race managed to win by a single goal, Monaco scored four to get a victory that keeps them three points above the rest of the league.

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