The typical L1 team – Matchday 35 – Football

Author of a superb performance against Saint-Etienne, Rennais Lovro Majer is the player of the day. The Parisian Mbapp, the Lyonnais Lukeba and Gusto, but also the Nantais Simon in particular, also distinguished themselves this weekend and presented themselves in the 35th edition of the typical Maxifoot team.

Rennais Lovro Majer is the player of the day

As in past seasons, after each matchday, Maxifoot makes up his standard team. The best “eleven” and seven substitutes are chosen based on their performance. The owners get three points, the substitutes one point.

Substitutes:

12. Predrag Rajkovic (Reims)
13. Issa Kabor (Troyes)
14. Aleksandr Golovin (Munich)
15. Wissam Ben Yedder (Munich)
16. Andy Delort (Handsome)
17. Kevin Gameiro (Strasbourg)
18. Elye Wahi (Montpellier)

In details:

Player of the day: Lovro Majer (Rennes)

In the oven and mill, the Rennes midfielder made all the good moves against Saint-Etienne. The Croatian was often the initiator of good movements in Rennes. His work to retrieve the ball at Mangala’s feet and serve Bourigeaud, who could not find the target, is the perfect symbol of his defensive and offensive activity in this match. He is rewarded for his efforts by him with a valuable double for his team in the running for the Champions League.

Marco Bizot (Brest)

The last bastion of Brest repelled all attacks from Clermont. Watchful of Zedadka’s two shots in the first period, the Dutch goalkeeper then gave his heart to the Clermont players in the second half, multiplying the decisive interventions in his area.

Malo Gusto (Lyon)

Now in Peter Bosz’s team, the young right-back performed extremely well against OM. His offensive runs destabilized Marseille’s defense and one of them resulted in a decisive cross for Dembl. On the defense he was not put in difficulty.

Battista Santamaria (Rennes)

Once again positioned in the center of the defense against Saint-Etienne, due to the disqualification of Aguerd, the midfielder this time convinced. Very good at reading the game and imperialist in the air, he has recovered all the balls behind.

Lukeba Castle (Lyon)

A revelation of the Lyon season, the young central defender never seems to be affected by the pressure of big events. He proved it once again against OM by exuding great serenity in his speeches. He made a good comeback to thwart Milik before the Pole hit over the Lopes crossbar in the first period. He was rewarded with a goal that allowed OL to take the lead.

Lilian Brassier (Brest)

Uronen’s favorite in the left-back position, the central defender played a good match against Clermont. He resisted Clermont’s attacks from his side and opened the scoring on a corner kick.

Youcef Belali (Brest)

Involved in Brest’s two goals, the attacking midfielder was very important against Clermont. Technically above the lot, the Algerian took the game alone and performed an excellent performance, with a decisive pass the key.

Florian Tardieu (Troyes)

Facing Lille, the Troyes captain did not tremble to score two penalties that allowed his team to take a big step towards the maintenance. In addition to his two goals, the Trojan midfielder was precise in the game and precious in the defensive phase.

Moses Simone (Nantes)

Scoring his first double in Ligue 1, the Nantes winger was a constant poison for the Lens defense. His speed, already at the origin of his first goal, punishes the mistakes of the opponents and leads to the expulsion of Leca, who hits him. At the second goal the Nigerian showed all his talent, before narrowly missing the hat-trick in the second half.

Kylian Mbapp (Paris SG)

As often happens this season, the Paris Saint-Germain prodigy is present in the difficult moments of his team. Thanks to his speed, the striker embodied a real poison for Strasbourg, with obviously this draw of a shot between the legs of Sels. Even though Nyamsi managed to limit the damage at times, the French international was one of the only ones able to change the pace of Parisian play. A decisive passer-by on Hakimi’s goal, he also took advantage of a Djiku error to score a brace.

El Bilal Tower (Reims)

For his first assignment since returning from a long injury, the Malian forward was in style against Lorient. Decisive passer-by for Zeneli on Reims’ first goal, he counterattacked by launching himself on a cross from Doumbia. A great decisive performance that validates the maintenance of the Champagne club!

Ranking: Mbapp stands out in the lead …

1. Mbappé (Paris-SG): 33 points
2. Clauss (goal): 29 points
3. Savanier (Montpellier): 23 points
4. Guendouzi (Marseille) – Marquinhos (Paris-SG): 22 points
6. Terrier (Rennes): 21 points
7. Laborde (Montpellier 1 pt, then Rennes): 20 points
8. Bourigeaud (Rennes): 19 points
9. Lopes (Lyon) – Caio Henrique (Monaco) – Lafont (Nantes) – Gouiri (Nice) – Messi, Hakimi (Paris-SG): 16 points
15. Bentez (Nice): 15 points
16. Fofana (Objective): 14 points
17. Frankowski (Lens) – Todibo (Nice) – Majer, Traor (Rennes) – Ajorque (Strasbourg): 13 points
22. Boufal (Angers) – Bizot (Brest) – Gerson, Payet, Saliba (Marseille) – Ben Yedder, Tchouamni (Monaco): 12 points
29. Botman (Lille) – Girotto, Pallois (Nantes) – Dante (Nice) – Gueye, Neymar (Paris-SG): 11 points
35. Disasi (Monaco) – Blas (Nantes) – Abdelhamid (Reims) – Sulemana (Rennes) – Djiku (Strasbourg): 10 points
40. Honorat (Brest) – Faivre (Brest 6 points, then Lyon) – Doucoure, Danso (Lens) – David (Lille) – Caqueret, Lukeba, Dembele, Bruno Guimares (Lyon) – Luan Peres (Marseille) – Thuram-Ulien , Atal (Nice) – Konan (Reims) – Aguerd, Martin, Santamaria (Rennes) – Thomasson (Strasbourg): 9 points
57. Lucas Paquet (Lyon) – Sakho (Montpellier) – Delort (Montpellier 3 points, then Nice) – Kolo Muani, Simon (Nantes) – Herrera (Paris-SG) – Rajkovic, Faes (Reims) – Nyamsi (Strasbourg): 8 points
66. Le Douaron (Brest) – Kalimuendo (Lens) – Lo Jardim (Lille) – Toko Ekambi, Gusto (Lyon) – Diop, Vanderson, Fofana, Volland (Monaco) – Dolberg, Kluivert (Nice) – Tait (Rennes) – Diallo, Guilbert, Sels (Strasbourg) – N’Guessan (Troyes): 7 points
82. Cabot (Angers) – Bernardoni (Angers 5 points, then St-Etienne) – Pierre-Gabriel (Brest) – Djoco, Seidu (Clermont-F.) – Gradit (Lens) – Gudmundsson (Lille) – nder, Dieng ( Marseille) – Centonze, Kouyate (Metz) – Ferri, Omlin (Montpellier) – Chirivella (Nantes) – Ramos, Nuno Mendes, Verratti (Paris-SG) – Omari, Guirassy (Rennes): 6 points
101. Oudin (Bordeaux) – Brassier (Brest) – Leca (Lens) – A. Onana (Lille) – Aouar (Lyon) – Milik, Harit (Marseille) – Green (St-Etienne) – Gameiro (Strasbourg): 5 points
110. Traor (Angers) – A. Elis, S. Gregersen, Hwang, Pembele (Bordeaux) – Gastien, Bayo, Rashani (Clermont-F.) – Sad, Sotoca (Lens) – Renato Sanches, Tiago Djal (Lille) – Moffi (Lorient) – Emerson (Lyon) – Caleta-Car, Rongier (Marseille) – Traore (Metz) – Souquet, Mavididi (Montpellier) – Ekitike (Reims) – Gomis (Rennes) – Bouanga, Khazri, Boudebouz, Nordin, Sow (St-Etienne) – Linard, Sissoko (Strasbourg): 4 points
138. Petkovic, Mandrea, Fulgini (Angers) – Guilavogui, Briand, Mexer, Poussin, Ricardo Mangas, Costil (Bordeaux) – Duverne, M. Satriano, Belali, Chardonnet (Brest) – Berthomier, N’Simba (Clermont-F. ) – Fonte (Lille) – Le Goff, Lauriente, Mendes (Lorient) – Boateng, NDombl (Lyon) – De La Fuente (Marseille) – Boulaya, Sarr (Metz) – B. Badiashile (Monaco) – Ristic, Esteve, Germain (Montpellier) – Merlin, Castelletto (Nantes) – Bard, Rosario (Nice) – Kehrer, Di Mara, Diallo, Danilo Pereira, Donnarumma, Kimpembe, Paredes, Navas (Paris-SG) – Moreto Cassam, Toure, Munetsi (Reims) – Truffert (Rennes) – Camara, Trauco (St-Etienne) – Rami, Chavalerin, Larouci, Tardieu, Dingome (Troyes): 3 points
189. J. Onana (Bordeaux) – Elik, Andr (Lille) – Pau Lpez (Marseille) – Golovin (Monaco) – Meling (Rennes) – Perrin (Strasbourg) – Gallon (Troyes): 2 points
197. Thomas, Mendy, Capelle, Cho, Mangani (Angers) – Adli, Dilrosun (Bordeaux) – Hrelle, Belkebla, Mouni, Cardona (Brest) – Zedadka, Dossou (Clermont-F.) – David Costa, Hadara (Lens) – Zhegrova, Weah, Grbic, Yilmaz (Lille) – Kon, Innocent, Le Fe, Monconduit, Ptrot, Dreyer (Lorient) – Shaqiri, Denayer (Lyon) – Mandanda, Pol Lirola (Marseille) – de Prville, Oukidja (Metz) – Nbel, Gelson Martins (Monaco) – Mollet, Wahi (Montpellier) – Boudaoui, Lemina, Lotomba (Nice) – Zeneli (Reims) – Assignon (Rennes) – Kolodziejczak (St-Etienne) – Prcic (Strasbourg) – Kabore, Biancone (Troyes): 1 point

Club standings: PSG, Rennes and Marseille on the podium …

1. Paris-SG – 159 points
2. Rennes – 151 points
3. Marseille – 104 points
4. Goal – 102 points
5.Nice – 101 points
6. Lyon – 94 points
7. Monaco – 85 points
8. Strasbourg – 77 points
9. Nantes – 76 points
10. Montpellier – 66 points
11. Brest – 61 points
12. Lille – 57 points
13. Reims – 49 points
14. Burgundy – 43 points
15. Angers – 41 points
16. St-Etienne – 33 points
17. Clermont-F. – 32 points
18. Troyes – 26 points
19. Metz – 24 points
20. Lorient – 19 points

It was the typical team for matchday 35 of Ligue 1. See you on Wednesday 11 May to find out the ideal team for matchday 36!

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