|2. Paris Saint-Germain|
|3. OGC Nice|
Goals Scored:: 28
French Ligue 1
May 14, 2017
Saint-Etienne 0-5 Paris Saint Germain
Edinson Cavani 2’ 72’
Lucas Moura 38’ 78’
Julian Draxler 90’
Paris Saint-Germain did what they had to do to help defend their league title by thrashing Saint-Etienne.
As usual, Edinson Cavani got on the score sheet and remain as the top goalscorer with 33 goals.
Bordeaux 1-1 Marseille
Diego Forlan 2′ Bafetimbi Gomis 60’
Marseille got an important point ts keep themselves above Bordeaux in the league standings.
Montpellier 1-3 Lyon
Steve Mounie 35’ Nabil Fekir 17’
Alexandre Fekir 22’
Alexandre Lacazette 90’+5’
With both teams know where they will finish in the league there wasn’t much to lose. Lyon picked up a victory to do a double over Montpellier.
OGC Nice 0-2 Angers
Cheikh Ndoye 36’
Karl Toko Ekambi 90’+3’
Angers returned favor and handed OGC Nice a home defeat.
Bastia 2-0 Lorient
Enzo Crivelli 75’
Gael Danic 86’
Bastia gave themselves a shot at safety on the final day of the season. Victory against fellow relegation-zoned Lorient created a possibility for four teams to join Nancy in relegation.
Dijon 2-0 Nancy
Frederic Sammaritano 51’
Lois Diony 76’
There is still work to do on the final day to secure safety, but Dijon grabbed a very important victory over relegated Nancy.
Monaco 4-0 Lille
Radamel Falcao 6′ 69′
Bernado Silva 45’+1′
Junior Alonso 88′(o.g)
It might not be official but Monaco has won the French Ligue 1 title.
This victory means that even Monaco will need a point in their match in hand against Saint-Etienne on Wednesday to take the tiltle. Even a Monaco defeat against Saint-Etienne will require Paris Saint-Germain to make up about 17+ goals to knock Monaco for the top of the Ligue 1 standings on the final day; virtually impossible.
Congratulations to Monaco!
Nantes 4-1 Guingamp
Adrien Thomasson 17’ Lucas Deaux 74’
Emiliano Sala 51’ 79’
Prejuce Nakoulma 69’
Nantes opened a four-point gap over Guingamp with a convincing home victory.
Caen 0-1 Rennes
Giovanni Sio 68’
Relegation threat remains for Caen after being kept close to the drop zone for failing to get any point from this fixture.
Metz 1-1 Toulouse
Ismaila Sarr 66’ Martin Braithwaite 9’
Toulouse missed a penalty that would have handed them the maximum points. Both teams remain equal on points but goal-difference give Toulouse a major boost in the league standings.