Ligue 1 – Matchday 19

PSG suffers another defeat, Marseille, Monaco and Lens are looking hot, while Lyon can’t catch a break. This and everything else from round 19 of Ligue 1!


15.1.2023Lille5Estac Troyes1
15.1.2023Angers1Clermont Foot2
15.1.2023Toulouse1Stade Brestois 291
15.1.2023Rennes1Paris Saint Germain0

The round started with second placed Lens getting back to winning ways, as they beat relegation candidate, Auxerre, 1 to 0. In-form Marseille also won their game against Lorient, making their 3rd placed seat more comfortable. We have also seen two big results, as Lille beat Troyes 5-1, while Monaco put 7 past Ajaccio and won 7-1.

On the other hand, Lyon are finding it hard to string 2 wins together, as they fall to Strasbourg at home. The same goes for PSG, who have lost another league game, this time against Rennes. Both Neymar and Messi started the game, while Mbappe came in as a sub, but it still wasn’t enough for the Parisians, as they suffer their second loss of the season.


1Paris Saint Germain19152248 : 1447
2Lens19135132 : 1344
3Marseille19133339 : 1642
4Monaco19114442 : 2637
5Rennes19114436 : 2037
6Lille19104535 : 2534
7Lorient1995531 : 2932
8Clermont Foot1984724 : 2728
9Lyon1974828 : 2325
10Nice1967622 : 2025
11Reims19510421 : 2325
12Toulouse1965829 : 3423
13Nantes1949621 : 2421
14Estac Troyes1946930 : 4018
15Montpellier19521228 : 4017
16Strasbourg1929824 : 3415
17Stade Brestois 2919361019 : 3415
18Ajaccio19431216 : 3415
19Auxerre19341216 : 4113
20Angers19221517 : 418

Despite their loss, PSG are still first, however these results put Lens in striking distance, as they are only 3 points off the leaders! Marseille find themselves 3rd, with a further 2 points behind, however they have opened a gap of 5 points to 4th placed AS Monaco. Struggling Lyon find themselves 9, with the same amount of points as Nice and Reims.

Angers lost again, they sit last on 8 points. Auxerre are on 13, while we have no less than 3 teams on 15 points: Ajaccio, Brest and Strasbourg, who shocked Lyon this round.

Team of the Week

Lille’s Jonathan David is the star of the round, as the young Canadian Striker banged two and walks away with a rating of 9.0. Monaco duo, Ben Yedder and Diatta complete the attacking trio, however Disasi also gets a spot from the same team.

We also have a trio from Nantes, as GK Lafont, defender Girotto and midfielder Chirivella all get into the team. Lens’ Frankowski is back in form and in the team, same as Brassier. Nice defender Todibo and Boudaoui complete the team.