Ligue 1: OM takes a break in Champions League race, Rennes at a standstill

Om ousted FC Nantes during the 33rd day of Ligue 1 (3-2) at the Velodrome this Wednesday evening. After a Strasbourg win against Rennes (2-1), which allows Alsatian to return to Breton’s height on the podium, Marseilles are six lengths ahead of third in the championship.

There is a break for second place. This Wednesday evening, OM took a 1-0 lead again 2-1 on their lawn against FC Nantes, overthrowing the Canaries to provide themselves a priceless breakthrough in the Champions League (3-2) race . Thanks to Strasbourg’s win at home against Rennes (2-1), Jorge Sampaoli’s men are now six steps ahead of third, fourth and fifth-placed Alsatian, Breton and Monaco on equal points, respectively.

In the eyes of Steven Gerrard, present at the velodrome to observe Boubacar Kamara, Marseille was led twice (26th, 41st), but each time returned to the Canaries on two penalties from Dimitri Payet (39th, 55th) . Rather than dominate, the Olympian took the advantage in the 76th minute thanks to Amin Harit, who was perfectly served by Gerson, and did not let go. After a disappointing defeat at the Parc des Princes in the Classic against PSG on Sunday evening (2-1), Om is recovering and can make a definite difference in this fierce fight for second place.

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Strasbourg snatches away victory against Rennes

At La Minau, in a stroke of ambition, Strasbourg took off to start a flight. From the fourth minute, Alsatians found it thanks to Habib Diallo, but the inevitable Martin Terrier revived the Breton after returning from the locker room scoring his 20th goal of the season in Ligue 1 with a clear shot at the entrance to the surface. , However, Strasbourgeois did not demolish all the second period and pushed, before being rewarded on a corner (77th) on a goal from Ludovic Ajörk.

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Earlier this Wednesday evening, Monaco won a big win against OGC Nice in the Riviera derby. Thanks to this success achieved in extra time in the first period on a goal from Golovin, Le Rocher’s club achieved their fifth consecutive win in Ligue 1 and finished 5th in the standings on points with Strasbourg and Rennes. Went. , Les Eglones fell to sixth place.

Race to Europe:

  1. PSG, 77 points
  2. ohm, 62 points
  3. reindeer, 56 points
  4. Strasbourg, 56 points
  5. Monaco, 56 points
  6. ok, 54 points

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