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Ligue 1 (6th day): Nice on the podium, Monaco still does not take off

2019-09-21T20:35:12.985Z

Nice joined PSG at the top of the league after their success against Dijon (2-1). For its part, Monaco could not do better than draw in Reims (0-0) and remains relegated. Here are some of the results of this 6th day of Ligue 1 on Saturday night.



Nice joined PSG at the top of the league after their success against Dijon (2-1). For its part, Monaco could not do better than draw in Reims (0-0) and remains relegated. Here are some of the results of this 6th day of Ligue 1 on Saturday night.

Paris Saint-Germain is no longer the only leader in Ligue 1. While waiting for PSG to move to Lyon on Sunday night, a meeting to follow in full on Europe 1 with Lionel Rosso, Nice has done the right operation of this evening.

Nice new dolphin of PSG

Facing Dijon, Nice was scared. Led one to zero after the opener of Julio Tavares (22), the Aiglons have recovered to reverse the situation and win with goals from Kasper Dolberg (29th), his first under his new colors, and Youcef Atal (47th). This success allows the OGCN (2nd, 12 pts) to return to Paris Saint-Germain with twelve points. Dijon (20th, 1 pt) remains red lantern.

Monaco still without a win

Sixth day and sixth match without victory for Monaco (19th, 3 pts), held in check (0-0) on the lawn of Reims (10th, 8pts). Deprived of two of his offensive assets, Wissam Ben Yedder and Islam Slimani injured, the Monegasque training has suffered but still manages to get a point. Not enough, however, to leave the relegation zone.

Amiens drives Metz

Fourth consecutive defeat for Metz, which is losing this time at home against Amiens (1-2). Led two to zero after goals of Serhou Guirassy and Bakaye Dibassy, ​​the Messins have tried everything to react. But the reduction of Habib Diallo's score twenty minutes from the end of the meeting was not enough. FC Metz (18th, 4 pts) is first relegated with three points behind Amiens (14th, 7pts).

Bordeaux and Brest are neutralized, Nîmes enchaîne

In the other meetings of the evening, Bordeaux (6th, 9 pts) and Brest (15th, 7 pts) could not decide (2-2). Jimmy Briand and Pablo responded to Samuel Grandsir and Mathias Autret. For his part, Nîmes (11th, 8 pts) extends his series of matches without defeat to four after his success (1-0) against Toulouse (13th, 8pts) thanks to a goal from Romain Philippoteaux. Earlier in the afternoon, Marseille (3rd, 11pts) and Montpellier (12th, 8pts) split on a parity score (1-1).

6th Day of Ligue 1

Friday, September 20th, 2019

Strasbourg 2 - 1 Nantes

Saturday, September 21st, 2019

Marseille 1 - 1 Montpellier

Bordeaux 2 - 2 Brest

Metz 1 - 2 Amiens

Nice 2- 1 Amiens

Mimes 1 - 0 Toulouse

Reims 0 - 0 Monaco

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Rennes - Lille (15h00)

Angers - Saint-Etienne (5 pm)

Lyon - Paris Saint-Germain (9 pm)

Source: europe1

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