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Ligue 1: the results of the 12th day


The Phoceans temporarily climb the podium of the championship of France, winning 2-1 against Lille.

Jordan Amavi (OM), Duje Caleta-Car (OM) and Jonathan Ikone (OL) at the Vélodrome stadium, Saturday, November 2, 2019. Daniel Cole / AP

After the astonishing defeat of Paris SG, two-time defending champion, on Friday against Dijon (1 - 2), the 12th day of Ligue 1 brought a lot of sports and climate surprises.

  • Marseille - Lille: 2 - 1

After two defeats, Olympique Marseille have recovered against Lille (2-1). The Phoceans climb temporarily on the podium of the championship of France before the end of the 12th day.

If they did not show an imagination overflowing in front of their public, the men of Andre Villas-Boas took the measure of the Northerners thanks to Morgan Sanson (47th) then Gabriel against his camp (79th), before the reduction of the score of Adama Soumaoro (83e) does not relaunch the LOSC.

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  • Nîmes - Rennes: postponed

A few minutes from the kickoff, the match was postponed to a later date. Involved: torrential rains that made the lawn of Costières stadium impracticable. "The rebound of the ball was impossible and the safety of the players not guaranteed," said match referee Willy Delajod.

  • Metz - Montpellier: 2 - 2

Messins and Montpellier drew (2-2), reflecting a relatively balanced ball possession (respectively 49% and 51%). Metz opened the ball with Habib Diallo (26th) and Opa Nguette (47th), before being caught in the second half by Montpellier, with Andy Delort (72nd) and Junior Sambia (78th).

  • Amiens - Brest: 1 - 0

Amiens won against Brest (1 - 0), on a goal by Juan Ferney Otero in the 27th minute.

  • Angers - Strasbourg: 1 - 0

Stéphane Bahoken gave Angers victory over Strasbourg (1 - 0) with a penalty in the 26th minute.

  • Toulouse - Lyon: 3 - 2

Lyon, little helped by his defense, relied on his forward Memphis Depay to drop Toulouse 3 to 2. The Dutch, author of a double (26th and 95th minutes), crucified the Toulouse after five minutes in the additional time.

Depay and Dembele - scoring a goal in the 67th minute - save the OL from a misstep and mask the disagreement between defender Jason Denayer and goalkeeper Anthony Lopes, a scorer against his side in the 57th minute. OL are 8th, three points off the podium, eight days of the shock against OM at the Stade Vélodrome.

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Source: lemonde

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