Continuation of the 21st day of Ligue 1 this Wednesday evening while first meetings took place earlier in the evening.
Lens and Lyon hosted Nice and Brest respectively.
Strasbourg moved to Rennes.
The same for Auxerre in Monaco.
Calendar and results Ligue 1
League 1 standings
First defeat for Lens at home
The new dolphin of PSG is called Olympique de Marseille.
RC Lens lost valuable points this Wednesday evening at Bollaert (first defeat at home this season) by falling against OGC Nice (0-1).
The Aiglons fought against the Blood and Gold with success and style.
During the second half, Gaetan Laborde perfectly took over the pass from Mendy's header from a corner to push it to the back (57th) and thus offer a new victory to Didier Digard.
Note the outings on injury of Boudaoui and Todibo for the Niçois.
Lyon harbors regrets
Lyon dominated, Lyon pushed but Lyon didn't score.
Despite the improvement in content, OL did not get plenty of points against Brest at Groupama Stadium (0-0).
A goalless score as Laurent Blanc's players attempted a total of 25 shots, for only seven in the frame.
A lack of realism and efficiency which was lacking in the offensive pair Lacazette-Barcola.
On the Breton side, Honorat performed well, to the point of surprising
Rennes roll against Strasbourg
Offensive festival of Stade Rennais against Strasbourg, at Roazhon Park (3-0).
Thanks to their broad domination, Bruno Génésio's players overpowered the Alsatians fairly quickly in the game with a double from Amine Gouiri (3rd, 21st) in the first period.
On returning from the locker room it was the young Désiré Doué who came to triple the lead (51st) to definitively seal the victory.
Monaco scares Auxerre
Same thing on the side of Monaco who beat AJ Auxerre (3-1), especially in the first act with achievements from Wissam Ben Yedder (11th) and young Eliesse Ben Seghir (30th).
The young darling of Louis II scored a superb goal with a curled shot on the left side, towards the top corner of Radu.
In the second half, Auxerre almost surprised the locals, first reducing the score thanks to Matthis Abline (68th) before Nuno Da Costa saw his shot crash into the amount of Nübel.
Entering the game, Breel Embolo thought he was protecting his team (82nd) but on the next engagement, Da Costa reduced the score even further (84th).