Double scorer Lille, the Mongasque Aurlien Tchouamni is elected player of the day. The Trojans Giulian Biancone and Yasser Larouci as well as the Lensois Seko Fofana also distinguished themselves this weekend and appear in the 36th edition of the definitive Maxifoot team.
Tchouamni was standard Lille.
As in past seasons, after each day of the championship, Maxifoot composes its standard team. The best “eleven” and seven substitutes are chosen according to their performance. Holders get three points, substitutes get one point.
Reminder of the results of this 36th day (06/05/2022 to 08/05/2022): Lille 1-2 Monaco, Brest 0-1 Strasbourg, Metz 3-2 Lyon, Clermont 2-1 Montpellier, Angers 4-1 Bordeaux, Reims 1-2, Lorient 0-3 Marseille, Paris SG 2-2 Troyes + late matches of 05/11/2022: Nice 4-2 Saint-Tienne, Nantes 2-1 Rennes.
Compared to the article published on May 8, 2022, the Nantais Nicolas Pallois and the Niois Andy Delort integrate the standard team to the detriment of the Mongasque Benot Badiashile and the Marseillais Bamba Dieng. The two men take the places of Marquinhos and Cengiz nder on the bench.
12. Anthony Mandrea (Angers)
13. Kevin Danso (Lens)
14. BenotBadiashile (Monaco)
15. Boubacar Traore (Metz)
16. Bamba Dieng (Marseille)
17. Kevin Gameiro (Strasbourg)
18. Moussa Dembele (Lyon)
Player of the day: Aurlien Tchouamni (Monaco)
The AS Monaco midfielder simply died on screen. Full of confidence, as proven by his cross with a scarf, the French international was decisive for ASM. After a side header from a corner (26th) then a shot over (31st), he did not miss the target to open the scoring with a shot from the left at the entrance to the surface (42nd). In the second period, he restored the advantage to his team with an overpowered strike from 30 meters (75′). Besides his double, he was precise in the game and very good defensively. A full game!
Matz Sels (Strasbourg)
If Strasbourg left Brest with the three points, it was thanks to Gameiro but also and above all thanks to its Belgian goalkeeper. Solid on his line, the doorman passed by Newcastle was decisive in the hot moments of his team by leaving in particular a superb save on a curled strike from Belaili. One more clean sheet for him.
Valentin Rongier (Marseille)
With his usual volume of play, the right side or midfielder was omnipresent! He was often available between the lines to facilitate circulation, even to try his luck even if his strike at the entrance to the surface was blocked. Note all the same an omission of marking which almost benefited Laporte just before the break.
Nicolas Pallois (Nantes)
Already imperial last Saturday in the final of the Coupe de France, the Nantes defender continued with another big performance. In addition to his still impressive defensive work, he had the stands raised by scoring with a fine recovery from the left to offer victory to his team. A real striker goal that was well worth a standing ovation from Beaujoire for a few minutes.
Giulian Biancone (Troyes)
Hard, but still the limit. The former Monaco centre-back had a lot of work ahead of Neymar and Mbapp, and he did pretty well overall. He managed, over the minutes, to physically take over his two opponents, who were not very dangerous in this meeting. A nice little feat.
Yasser Larouci (Troyes)
Braked by injuries since his arrival, the Algerian left-back has made a very big impression in his lane. Like a bulldozer, he never stopped provoking Hakimi, who like Nuno Mendes, ended the match with huge headaches. However, we can blame him for a propensity to do too much when the proposed solutions existed.
Matto Guendouzi (Marseille)
For those who were worried, don’t worry, the middle of OM still has legs. He dominated the midfield both physically and technically, forcing the Lorient players to commit numerous fouls to stop him. This was not enough to prevent him from scoring, he who was already behind Dieng’s opener with good high pressing.
Seko Fofana (Lens)
Deliverance could only come from him. Impressive in his breakthrough, the Ivorian midfielder freed the people of Lens by converting an offering from Ganago with a cross shot in added time. A goal that could weigh very heavily in the final sprint.
Mathias Pereira Lage (Angers)
A big game from the Angevin winger, who did not stop running against Bordeaux. A decisive passer for Cho at the start of the game, he was rewarded at the end of the game by scoring his team’s fourth goal. An overflowing activity and certainly his best game of the season.
Andy Delort (Nice)
After a failed first period, the Nice striker was monstrous when he returned from the locker room. Author of the equalizing goal of a huge firecracker on a free kick, the Algerian offered himself a double, a few minutes later, with a low shot. In the last quarter of an hour, he won his aerial duel to allow Boudaoui to sink the fourth goal. A standard second period.
Mohamed Ali Cho (Angers)
Pending departure and less well for several weeks, the SCO winger also woke up against Bordeaux. Express scorer on a service from Pereira Lage, the young Angevin set fire to the Gironde defense, becoming a decisive passer for Bahoken on his team’s third achievement.
Ranking: Guendouzi on the podium
1. Mbappe (Paris-SG): 33 points
2. Clauss (Lens): 29 points
3. Guendouzi (Marseille): 25 points
4. Savanier (Montpellier): 23 points
5. 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. Fofana (Lens): 17 points
10. Lopes (Lyon) – Caio Henrique (Monaco) – Lafont (Nantes) – Gouiri (Nice) – Hakimi, Messi (Paris-SG): 16 points
16. Tchouamni (Monaco) – Bentez (Nice): 15 points
18. Pallois (Nantes): 14 points
19. Frankowski (Lens) – Todibo (Nice) – Majer, Traor (Rennes) – Ajorque (Strasbourg): 13 points
24. Boufal (Angers) – Bizot (Brest) – Payet, Gerson, Saliba (Marseille) – Ben Yedder (Monaco): 12 points
30. Botman (Lille) – Delort (Montpellier 3 pts, then Nice) – Girotto (Nantes) – Dante (Nice) – Neymar, Gueye (Paris-SG): 11 points
36. Danso (Lens) – Dembele (Lyon) – Disasi (Monaco) – Blas (Nantes) – Abdelhamid (Reims) – Sulemana (Rennes) – Sels, Djiku (Strasbourg): 10 points
44. Honorat (Brest) – Faivre (Brest 6 pts, then Lyon) – Doucoure (Lens) – David (Lille) – Lukeba, Bruno Guimares, Caqueret (Lyon) – Luan Peres (Marseille) – Thuram-Ulien, Atal (Nice) ) – Konan (Reims) – Martin, Santamaria, Aguerd (Rennes) – Thomasson (Strasbourg): 9 points
59. Lucas Paquet (Lyon) – Sakho (Montpellier) – Simon, Kolo Muani (Nantes) – Herrera (Paris-SG) – Rajkovic, Faes (Reims) – Nyamsi (Strasbourg): 8 points
67. Le Douaron (Brest) – Kalimuendo (Lens) – Lo Jardim (Lille) – Gusto, Toko Ekambi (Lyon) – Rongier, Dieng (Marseille) – Vanderson, Fofana, Diop, Volland (Monaco) – Kluivert, Dolberg (Nice) ) – Tait (Rennes) – Guilbert, Diallo (Strasbourg) – N’Guessan (Troyes): 7 points
84. Cabot (Angers) – Bernardoni (Angers 5 pts, then St-Etienne) – Pierre-Gabriel (Brest) – Djoco, Seidu (Clermont-F.) – Gradit (Lens) – Gudmundsson (Lille) – nder (Marseille) – Centonze, Kouyate (Metz) – Ferri, Omlin (Montpellier) – Chirivella (Nantes) – Nuno Mendes, Verratti, Ramos (Paris-SG) – Guirassy, Omari (Rennes) – Gameiro (Strasbourg) – Larouci (Troyes): 6 points
104. Oudin (Bordeaux) – Brassier (Brest) – Leca (Lens) – A. Onana (Lille) – Aouar (Lyon) – Milik, Harit (Marseille) – Traore (Metz) – Green (St-Etienne): 5 points
113. Mandrea, Cho, Traor (Angers) – Pembele, A. Elis, Hwang, S. Gregersen (Bordeaux) – Bayo, Rashani, Gastien (Clermont-F.) – Sotoca, Sad (Lens) – Tiago Djal, Renato Sanches (Lille) – Moffi (Lorient) – Emerson (Lyon) – Caleta-Car (Marseille) – B. Badiashile (Monaco) – Souquet, Mavididi (Montpellier) – Ekitike (Reims) – Gomis (Rennes) – Boudebouz, Nordin, Sow , Bouanga, Khazri (St-Etienne) – Linard, Sissoko (Strasbourg) – Biancone (Troyes): 4 points
143. Pereira Lage, Petkovic, Fulgini (Angers) – Guilavogui, Ricardo Mangas, Poussin, Briand, Costil, Mexer (Bordeaux) – Duverne, Belali, M. Satriano, Chardonnet (Brest) – N’Simba, Berthomier (Clermont-F .) – Fonte (Lille) – Mendes, Le Goff, Lauriente (Lorient) – NDombl, Boateng (Lyon) – De La Fuente (Marseille) – Boulaya, Sarr (Metz) – Ristic, Esteve, Germain (Montpellier) – Castelletto, Merlin (Nantes) – Rosario, Bard (Nice) – Kimpembe, Paredes, Danilo Pereira, Donnarumma, Di Mara, Navas, Kehrer, Diallo (Paris-SG) – Toure, Munetsi, Moreto Cassam (Reims) – Truffert (Rennes) – Camara, Trauco (St-Etienne) – Rami, Tardieu, Dingome, Chavalerin (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, Mendy, Mangani, Capelle (Angers) – Dilrosun, Adli (Bordeaux) – Mouni, Belkebla, Cardona, Hrelle (Brest) – Dossou, Zedadka (Clermont-F.) – Hadara, David Costa (Lens) – Grbic , Zhegrova, Weah, Yilmaz (Lille) – Kon, Le Fe, Dreyer, Ptrot, Innocent, Monconduit (Lorient) – Shaqiri, Denayer (Lyon) – Pol Lirola, Mandanda (Marseille) – Oukidja, de Prville (Metz) – Gelson Martins, Nbel (Monaco) – Wahi, Mollet (Montpellier) – Lemina, Lotomba, Boudaoui (Nice) – Zeneli (Reims) – Assignon (Rennes) – Kolodziejczak (St-Etienne) – Prcic (Strasbourg) – Kabore (Troyes): 1 points
Classification by club: Nice well established in the TOP 5
1. Paris-SG – 159 points
2. Rennes – 151 points
3. Marseille – 111 points
4. Lens – 106 points
5.Nice – 104 points
6. Lyon – 95 points
7. Monaco – 89 points
8. Strasbourg – 81 points
9. Nantes – 79 points
10. Montpellier – 66 points
11. Brest – 61 points
12. Lille – 57 points
13. Reims – 49 points
14. Angers – 48 points
15. Bordeaux – 43 points
16. St-Etienne – 33 points
17. Troyes, Clermont-F. – 32 dots
19. Metz – 25 points
20. Lorient – 19 points
It was the definitive typical team for the 36th day of Ligue 1. See you on Sunday to discover the typical team for the 37th day!