Since last season, "Le Parisien" has been reporting every weekend on all the results and highlights of sporting events involving clubs in the Île-de-France region.
The player: Victor Wembanyama, only 11 points but winner
He was for once discreet, contenting himself with scoring only 11 points.
But for those who doubt it, the Metropolitans of Boulogne-Levallois are not limited to Victor Wembanyama alone.
There is a team behind and this one started again by beating the neighbor of Paris Basketball.
After three tight quarters, the Mets made the hole late in the game to finally win easily with a 20-point lead (71-91).
A little later in the evening on Saturday, Nanterre managed a nice shot by going to win at the promoted Blois by two small points 71-73.
The derby is for us 🔥🔥🔥#SorryNotSorry @ParisBasketball#GoMets92 #BetclicELITE pic.twitter.com/GNFQYWbK92
- Boulogne-Levallois Metropolitans 92 (@Metropolitans92) December 17, 2022
The quack: PSG beaten at a direct rival
We will have to light a candle somewhere if we want to see PSG retain their title of French handball champion.
The conquest took a hit on Saturday night.
The French champions were beaten in Montpellier by a tiny goal (31-30).
At the end of a stifling match, the Parisians let their place as leader of the Starligue slip away in favor of their evening opponent.
Montpellier now has the cards in hand to become champion of France again.
Paris will have to race behind.
Not easy when from this Wednesday, a new hypercomplicated trip is looming, in Nantes.
🎙️After #MHBPSG (31-30), check out the reactions of Raul #Gonzalez and @Balaguer14 👇 pic.twitter.com/UlWsAHpafK
– PSG Handball (@psghand) December 17, 2022
The number: 1
Thirteenth and penultimate in the women's League A, Levallois had the opportunity, this Saturday, to stop a black series of eleven defeats in a row and to win his first success of the season with the reception of the young shoots of France Avenir 2024. Composed of young French women with the aim of hardening them for the high level, this team occupies the last place in the championship with 11 losses and only one point on the clock.
It's done: Levallois finally put an end to the nasty series by winning 3-1 (12-25; 25-13; 25-14; 25-21).
For the two clubs glued to the last two places, the situation in the standings remains complicated.
(13th day): PARIS BASKETBALL - METROPOLITANS 71-91;
(14th day): Istres - CRETEIL 26-26;
IVRY - Saint-Raphaël 30-28;
(14th day): PONTAULT - Caen 33-24;
PARIS 92 - Chambray 28-24.
(2nd day): Harlequins (Eng) - RACING 92 (Sunday, 6.30 p.m.).
(2nd day): Johannesburg Lions (AFS) - STADE FRANCAIS 30-12.
(13th day): PARIS - Toulouse 3-1;
PLESSIS-ROBINSON - Nantes-Rezé 1-3.
Women's A League
(12th day): LEVALLOIS - France Avenir 2024 3-1;
FRENCH STADIUM PARIS SAINT-CLOUD - Aix-Venelles 3-1