Football : The good business of Bordeaux, the good beginnings of ASSE

Football :

In addition to Monaco, winner in Metz, the Girondins de Bordeaux and FC Nantes also won their match of the second day of Ligue 1 after taking a point last week.

The training led by Jean-Louis Gasset, traveling to Angers, settled the case in two minutes, with achievements signed Josh Maja (25th) and Toma Basic (27th). The SCO dominated the debates but never knew how to revive the suspense despite the entry in particular of Stéphane Bahoken. The FCGB is officially 2nd in the standings behind theOGC Nice, the only team that has won its 2 matches.

Nantes winner 9 against 11

Nantes also have 4 points on the clock after beating Nîmes at the end of an eventful meeting (2-1). Andrei Girotti opened the scoring from a corner (11th) and Imran Louza doubled the penalty (27th). But the Canaries suffered a lot before enjoying their first victory since they finished at 9 after the reds given to Louza (47th) and Fabio (87th), Zinédine Fehrat having meanwhile reduced the gap (57th).

Hamouma, the Greens’ crack

Finally, AS Saint-Etienne, who played their first match, dominated FC Lorient (2-0) thanks to two superb goals from Romain Hamouma. The 33-year-old striker found the flaw with a superb left strike (19th) before putting his team in good position with a perfect right shot (51st). Note the return to competition of Kevin Monnet-Paquet, a year and a half after his last match.

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Metz-Monaco, the film of the match
The classification of Ligue 1

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Discover our ranking of the best U20s in Ligue 1.


17th: Charles Abi (20 years old)

Forward, ASSE


16th: Joris Chotard (18 years old)

Midfielder, Montpellier


15th: Kevin Denkey (19)

Forward, Nîmes


14th: Hicham Boudaoui (20 years old)

Midfielder, Nice


13th: Benoît Badiashile (19 years old)

Center-back, AS Monaco


12th: Sven Botman (20)

Center-back, Losc


11th: Yacine Adli (20 years old)

Attacking midfielder, Bordeaux


10th: Mohamed Simakan (20 years old)

Defender, Strasbourg


9th: Enzo Le Fée (20 years old)

Defensive midfielder, FC Lorient


8th: Rayan Cherki (17 years old)

Attacking midfielder, OL


7th: El Bilal Touré (18 years old)

Forward, Stade de Reims


6th: Wesley Fofana (19)

Center-back, ASSE


Maxence Caqueret

Defensive midfielder, OL


4th: Amine Gouiri (20 years old)

Forward, OGC Nice


3rd: Jonathan David (20 years old)

Forward, Losc


2nd: Boubacar Kamara (20 years old)

Center-back or defensive midfielder, OM


1st: Eduardo Camavinga (17 years old)

Midfielder, Stade Rennais