Saturday, March 25, 2023

Ligue 1: Lens wins tenth residence match, Marseille wins sixth straight sport

Second-placed Lens made it 10 straight residence wins within the French league after beating struggling Auxerre 1-0 on Saturday.

Poland winger Przemyslaw Frankowski nailed a penalty kick within the 59th minute with a robust strike previous goalkeeper Benoît Costil, who guessed the correct approach.

Auxerre completed with 10 gamers after defender Isaak Touré was despatched off halfway by means of the second half, for a second yellow card after fouling ahead Florian Sotoca.

Northern facet Lens, which has gained all of its residence video games thus far, moved to a few factors behind chief Paris Saint-Germain.

Lens prolonged its unbeaten league run to 9 video games however nonetheless leads third-placed Marseille solely by two factors after the southern facet beat Lorient 3-1 at residence for a sixth straight league win.

Second place secures an automated place in subsequent season’s Champions League, whereas the group ending third enters the competitors through the playoff rounds.

Lorient hazard man Terem Moffi struck once more to provide the guests the lead within the twenty ninth with an excellent volley from a nook. It was the Nigeria striker’s twelfth league aim, shifting him one forward of PSG’s Neymar and one behind prime scorer Kylian Mbappé of PSG.

Marseille is resilient this season below coach Igor Tudor and bounced again 10 minutes later, when defender Sead Kolasinac headed in Turkey winger Cengiz Ünder’s cross.

Veteran Chile striker Alexis Sanchez put Marseille forward within the 53rd when he completed powerfully from Kolasinac’s deflected cross, and France midfielder Jordan Veretout’s shot following an extended ball made it 3-1 six minutes later.

Additionally, Strasbourg moved out of the relegation zone after successful at Lyon 2-1.

Midfielder Jean-Eudes Aholou volleyed in from a nook within the twenty eighth and striker Habib Diallo doubled Strasbourg’s lead 4 minutes later.

Former Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette pulled a aim again in first-half harm time with a penalty for his eleventh aim of the marketing campaign, and had a close-range shot brilliantly saved by goalkeeper Matz Sels close to the tip.

It was Lyon’s second straight residence defeat. Some indignant Lyon followers tried to pressure their approach onto the sector and have been pushed again by riot police.

On Sunday, PSG is at fourth-placed Rennes.

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