Goals, goals, and more goals.
If you counted on the first part of this seventh day of Ligue 1, the first of the season to be played during the week to warm up quietly, it's missed.
23 achievements were registered during the five meetings scheduled at 7 p.m., including a demonstration from Rennes, a spectacular 3-3 between Montpellier and Bordeaux and Lille who relaunch after their defeat in the derby.
🤯 When you watch the first part of #Multiplex and there are already 21 goals!
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- Prime Video Sport France (@PVSportFR) September 22, 2021
The demonstration: Rennes sweeps Clermont
For Clermont, trips to Ligue 1 have been difficult lately.
If the 4-0 conceded at the Parc des Princes against PSG ten days ago was not very surprising, this 6-0 taken in Rennes was much less expected.
Barely lately and disappointing Sunday in Marseille, Bruno Genesio's men crushed the Auvergnats in front of their audience with in particular four goals in the second half, including a double from his summer recruit, Ghanaian Kamaldeen Sulemana.
The crazy draw: Montpellier and Bordeaux have not given up
Montpellier which opens the scoring, Bordeaux which equalizes then passes again in front, the Héraultais which do the same, then are taken back.
Having trouble keeping up?
This is normal, it was pretty crazy on the side of the Mosson where the two teams did not manage to decide (3-3).
Note on the Montpellier side the double of summer rookie Valère Germain while the Girondins relied on Hwang, Onana and Kalu to swell the score.
85 'SAMUEL KAAAAAAALUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU BUT WHAT A GOAL!
WHAT A GAME !
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- FC Girondins de Bordeaux (@girondins) September 22, 2021
The good perf: Nantes goes on
And a second victory in a row for Antoine Kombouaré's men.
Winners of Brest (3-1), which has still not won this season, the Canaries give themselves a little air in the standings and confirm their good offensive dispositions after having crushed Angers (4-1) this weekend .
The big one who is reviving: Lille dominates Reims
They suffered until the end, but hold their second victory of the season.
After losing (1-0) a stormy derby in the grandstand on Saturday in Lens, Lille dominated Reims (2-1), but not without being scared to the end after the reduction of the score of a former northern house , Alexis Flips, on penalty (74th).
Three points that do the French champion good before moving to Strasbourg and then returning to the Champions League in Salzburg.
The sinking team: Saint-Etienne never stops sinking
The Greens still do not succeed.
Still beaten in Monaco thanks in particular to a double from a Wissam Ben Yedder off the bench, the Stéphanois have still not won this season and lost during the match their goalkeeper Etienne Green, sent off for a faulty exit.
The crisis is there on the side of Saint-Etienne, which aims to buy back a Cambodian prince.