Mongaske Wissam Ben Yedder is the player of the day thanks to his outstanding performance against Brest. The Parisians Kylian Mbapp and Lionel Messi, then above all the Rennais Martin Terrier, also excelled this Saturday, competing in the 37th edition of the typical Maxifoot team.
Wissam Ben Yedder scored a triple.
As in previous seasons, Maxifoot assembles its standard team after each day of the championship. The best “eleven” and seven substitutes will be selected based on their performance. Holders get three points, substitutes get one point.
12. Predrag Rajkovic (Reims)
13. Warmed Omari (Rennes)
14. Fali Cand (Metz FC)
15. Adrian Thomasson (Strasbourg)
16. Angel Di Maria (Paris Saint-Germain)
17. Kevin Volland (Monaco)
18. Jonathan David (Lille)
Player of the Day: Wissam Ben Yedder (AS Monaco)
Like his team, the Mongasque forward started very timidly with some technical inaccuracies and a missed opportunity at the pivot point. But the French national player quickly found his bond with Volland and, above all, his impressive performance! He offered himself a superb hat-trick to propel his team into 2nd place in Ligue 1 and could have even afforded a quadruple.
Lo Jardim (Lille)
It is thanks to him that the Mastiffs completed the first act with a small goal delay. The Lille keeper, who was hardly to blame for Kluivert’s opener, disgusted Niois attackers with five saves afterwards, including a great save from the Dutchman’s shot that pushed back off the bar.
Jonathan Clauss (lens)
Omnipresent in his lane, RC Lens Troyes’ right piston injured very badly. The France international, dangerous on his climbs but also from set pieces, first worried Gallon before taking the corner for Danso’s goal and being a crucial pass in Kalimuendo’s success. After the break, he was rewarded for his efforts with a goal from a long free kick.
Marquinhos (Paris Saint Germain)
The Parisian captain appears to be much more comfortable alongside Ramos. Solid, the Paris Saint-Germain centre-back was very diligent and didn’t leave his opponents a crumb. A fine evening for the Brazil international as he climbs the slope after a very complicated start to spring.
Benot Badiashile (Monaco)
The always calm French international Espoirs intervened properly without giving the impression of imposing Brest’s attack. The AS Monaco centre-back also shone in the comeback, notably with a superb opening for Aguilar. A particularly serious achievement.
Adrien Truffert (Rennes)
The left side of Rennes was really interesting. Author of a good recovery early in the action of the second goal, he was crucial for his team. The young talent made several sharp climbs that led to dangerous crosses in the Marseille area. Clean and solid copy.
Lionel Messi (Paris Saint Germain)
The Argentine has arguably delivered his best result since arriving. In a very free playmaking role, La Pulga made Montpellier’s defense suffer, always putting herself between the lines or on the offside line, as with her two goals full of composure. During creation, the seven-time Ballon d’Or distributed caviar after caviar with amazing ease. Very good Messi, reminiscent of that of FC Barcelona.
Benjamin Bourigeaud (Rennes)
It’s no longer a surprise to say that the Rennes attacking midfielder has reacted. As so often this season, the former Lensois was again decisive for his team, opening the shot on goal with a beautiful cross (12′). He’s close to a double in a strike against Caleta-Car and has performed generously.
Lucas Paqueta (Olympique Lyon)
Probably one of his best games with Olympique Lyonnais this second half of the season. At the right pace, the Brazilian international made a great effort in midfield to weigh up the comeback. And despite such generosity, the former Milanese has maintained great efficiency in his transfers, offering multiple opportunities to his partners. In the second half he helped his team win with a fine goal.
Martin Terrier (Rennes)
The Rennes striker was there. His touches on the left hurt the Marseille defence: he escaped there twice in the first half to find Bourigeaud and Majer. Aside from his two assists, he was fair in everything he did on the pitch. A big game!
Kylian Mbapp (Paris Saint Germain)
A crazy game for the French striker. Absolutely untenable, he literally paralyzed the Montpellier defence. Proof, he is involved in the four goals with two decisive passes, especially the second from the outside of the foot, of rare beauty, which also led to Di Maria’s success. He himself receives a punishment, which he converts without shaking. An extraordinary achievement for the Parisian.
Ranking: Mbapp remains the leader
1. Mbappe (Paris-SG): 36 points
2. Klaus (lens): 32 points
3. Guendouzi (Marseille) – Marquinhos (Paris-SG): 25 points
5th Terrier (Rennes): 24 points
6. Savanier (Montpellier): 23 points
7. Bourigeaud (Rennes): 22 points
8. Laborde (Montpellier 1 pt., then Rennes): 20 points
9. Messi (Paris-SG): 19 points
10. Fofana (lens): 17 points
11. Lopes (Lyon) – Caio Henrique (Monaco) – Lafont (Nantes) – Gouiri (Nice) – Hakimi (Paris-SG): 16 points
16. Ben Yedder, Tchouamni (Monaco) – Bentez (Nice): 15 points
19. Pallois (Nantes): 14 points
20. Frankowski (Lens) – Todibo (Nice) – Traor, Majer (Rennes) – Ajorque (Strasbourg): 13 points
25. Boufal (Angers) – Bizot (Brest) – Saliba, Gerson, Payet (Marseille): 12 points
30. Botman (Lille) – Lucas Paquet (Lyon) – Delort (Montpellier 3 points, then Nice) – Girotto (Nantes) – Dante (Nice) – Neymar, Gueye (Paris-SG): 11 points
37. Danso (Lens) – David, Lo Jardim (Lille) – Dembele (Lyon) – Disasi (Monaco) – Blas (Nantes) – Abdelhamid (Reims) – Sulemana (Rennes) – Djiku, Thomasson, Sels (Strasbourg): 10 Points
48. Honorat (Brest) – Faivre (Brest 6 points, then Lyon) – Doucoure (Lens) – Bruno Guimares, Lukeba, Caqueret (Lyon) – Luan Peres (Marseille) – Thuram-Ulien, Atal (Nice) – Rajkovic, Konan (Reims) – Martin, Aguerd, Santamaria (Rennes): 9 points
62. Volland (Monaco) – Sakho (Montpellier) – Simon, Kolo Muani (Nantes) – Herrera (Paris-SG) – Faes (Reims) – Nyamsi (Strasbourg): 8 points
69. Le Douaron (Brest) – Kalimuendo (Lens) – Gusto, Toko Ekambi (Lyon) – Dieng, Rongier (Marseille) – Fofana, B. Badiashile, Vanderson, Diop (Monaco) – Kluivert, Dolberg (Nice) – Tait, Omari (Rennes) – Guilbert, Diallo (Strasbourg) – N’Guessan (Troyes): 7 points
86. Cabot (Angers) – Bernardoni (Angers 5 points, then St-Etienne) – Pierre-Gabriel (Brest) – Djoco, Seidu (Clermont-F.) – Gradit (Lens) – Gudmundsson (Lille) – Nder (Marseille) – Kouyate, Centonze (Metz) – Ferri, Omlin (Montpellier) – Chirivella (Nantes) – Ramos, Verratti, Nuno Mendes (Paris-SG) – Truffert, Guirassy (Rennes) – Gameiro (Strasbourg) – Larouci (Troyes): 6th place Points
106. Oudin (Bordeaux) – Brassier (Brest) – Leca (Lens) – A. Onana (Lille) – Aouar (Lyon) – Harit, Milik (Marseille) – Traore (Metz) – Green (St-Etienne): 5 points
115. Cho, Mandrea, Traor (Angers) – A. Elis, Pembele, Hwang, S. Gregersen (Bordeaux) – Bayo, Gastien, Rashani (Clermont-F.) – Sotoca, Sad (Lens) – Tiago Djal, Renato Sanches (Lille) – Moffi (Lorient) – Emerson (Lyon) – Caleta-Car (Marseille) – Souquet, Mavididi (Montpellier) – Di Mara (Paris-SG) – Ekitike (Reims) – Gomis (Rennes) – Nordin, Boudebouz, Bouanga, Khazri, Sow (St-Etienne) – Linard, Sissoko (Strasbourg) – Biancone (Troyes): 4 points
145. Fulgini, Petkovic, Pereira Lage (Angers) – Ricardo Mangas, Guilavogui, Costil, Mexer, Poussin, Briand (Bordeaux) – M. Satriano, Duverne, Chardonnet, Belali (Brest) – Berthomier, N’Simba (Clermont-F .) – Fonte (Lille) – Le Goff, Lauriente, Mendes (Lorient) – NDombl, Boateng (Lyon) – De La Fuente (Marseille) – Sarr, Boulaya (Metz) – Ristic, Germain, Esteve (Montpellier) – Castelletto, Merlin (Nantes) – Bard, Rosario (Nice) – Danilo Pereira, Kehrer, Donnarumma, Paredes, Kimpembe, Navas, Diallo (Paris-SG) – Munetsi, Toure, Moreto Cassam (Reims) – Camara, Trauco (St-Etienne) – Chavalerin, Rami, Dingome, Tardieu (Troyes): 3 points
192. J. Onana (Bordeaux) – Elik, Andr (Lille) – Pau Lpez (Marseille) – Golovin (Monaco) – Meling (Rennes) – Perrin (Strasbourg) – Gallon (Troyes): 2 points
200. Thomas, Capelle, Mendy, Mangani (Angers) – Dilrosun, Adli (Bordeaux) – Belkebla, Mouni, Hrelle, Cardona (Brest) – Dossou, Zedadka (Clermont-F.) – David Costa, Hadara (Lens) – Zhegrova , Yilmaz, Weah, Grbic (Lille) – Kon, Le Fe, Ptrot, Dreyer, Innocent, Monconduit (Lorient) – Denayer, Shaqiri (Lyon) – Mandanda, Pol Lirola (Marseille) – Fali Cand, de Prville, Oukidja (Metz ) – Nbel, Gelson Martins (Monaco) – Wahi, Mollet (Montpellier) – Lotomba, Boudaoui, Lemina (Nice) – Zeneli (Reims) – Assignon (Rennes) – Kolodziejczak (St-Etienne) – Prcic (Strasbourg) – Kabore ( Troyes): 1 point
Ranking by club: a duel between PSG and Rennes
1. Paris-SG – 169 points
2. Rennes – 161 points
3.Marseille – 111 points
4. Lens – 109 points
5.Nice – 104 points
6. Lyon – 98 points
7. Monaco – 96 points
8. Strasbourg – 82 points
9. Nantes – 79 points
10. Montpellier – 66 points
11. Brest, Lille – 61 points
13. Reims – 50 points
14. Trouble – 48 points
15. Bordeaux – 43 points
16. Saint Etienne – 33 points
17. Troyes, Clermont-F. – 32 points
19. Metz – 26 points
20. Lorient – 19 points
It was the typical team for day 37 of Ligue 1. See you next Saturday to discover the typical team for day 38!