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Paris : Lille returned to the track of victories and strengthened its lead by defeating its difficult guest Marseille 2 zero, and Lyon followed suit by defeating its guest Rennes 1 zero, while title holder Paris Saint-Germain continued to chase it with a precious victory over its host Bordeaux with the same result Wednesday in the twenty-eighth stage of the French championship in a ball The foot.
In the first match, Lille maintained the two-point difference that separated him from his direct pursuit of Paris Saint-Germain, compensating for his fall in the trap of a draw against Strasbourg 1/1 last Sunday, and achieving his eighteenth victory this season, raising his score to 62 points.
Lille was on his way to a draw for the second time in a row and the ninth of this season before he was saved by his Canadian striker, Jonathan David, 19, by scoring a double in the 90th and second minutes of injury time.
For his part, Paris Saint-Germain achieved the most important before hosting Barcelona next Wednesday in the first leg of the final round of the Champions League competition (4 1 round at Camp Nou), by beating Bordeaux 1 zero in the absence of its most prominent stars, Kylian Mbappe, suspended, and the Brazilian Neymar and Argentine Angel Di Maria. And Italian Marco Verratti because of the injury.
The capital’s team’s victory is due to its Spanish international midfielder Pablo Sarabia, who scored the only goal in the 20th minute.
It is the nineteenth victory of the season for Paris Saint-Germain, raising his tally to 60 points.
Lyon regains balance
Lyon regained the winning streak when he deepened his guest’s wound, Rennes, by beating them 1 0
Lyon owes its victory to Algerian international midfielder Hossam Awar, who scored the only goal in the 74th minute, as a result of the remarkable individual effort of Dutch international captain Memphis Depay.
Aouar came in the 58th minute in place of Brazilian Bruno Guimaraes, who had played a key role in the absence of his suspended compatriot Lucas Pacita.
Lyon compensated for its fall in a draw against host Marseille 1 1 in the last stage, and achieved its seventeenth victory this season, raising its score to 59 points in third place.
On the other hand, Rennes, whose coach Julian Stefan resigned on Monday, lost his fourth and fifth consecutive matches in the last seven matches in which he did not taste the taste of victory, so his balance froze at 38 points and fell to tenth place.
Angers took advantage of Rennes’ loss and snatched from him the ninth place when he stopped the awakening of his host Metz V when he left him the ninth loss this season and the first after two consecutive wins, by beating him with a single goal scored by Angelo Fulgini in the 44th minute with a penalty kick.
Angers raised his score to 39 points, on goal difference behind Marseille.
Lens took advantage of the fall of Metz and snatched from it the fifth place, by defeating its host Saint-Etienne with three goals for Florent Stuka (20 from a penalty kick), Arno Kalimwindo Muyinga (24) and David Da Cosetta (90 + 3) against two goals by Harold Mukudi (40) and Gabon Poanga ( 90 + 5 penalty).
Strasbourg stopped the awakening of Monaco when it beat it 1 zero and inflicted its first loss after 12 successive stages, specifically since it fell to Lens by 3 goals on December 16.
Frederick Gilbert scored the game’s only goal in the first minute of stoppage time.
Monaco remained fourth with 55 points.
Nice continued his awakening and achieved his second successive victory when he defeated his guest Nimes with two goals by Algerian-born Amine Gueri (4) and Claude Morris (75) against a goal by Wick Lander (50).
Brest and Dijon scored three goals for Frank Onora (17), Steve Monier (27) and Erwin Cardona (40), against a goal by Roger Asale (29).
Rence deepened his host Nantes, the nineteenth before the last, when he beat him with two goals by Al-Ajji Ghazlan Konan (39) and Moroccan Younes Abdel-Hamid (89) against a goal by Nigerian Moses Simon (14).