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The Mets bow to the wire, Massy revives … It was your sports weekend in Île-de-France


Victor Wembanyama's Metropolitans came within a whisker of victory against Blois, Racing fell heavily in the Top 14, and Mas

A new sports weekend - excluding football - and a new appointment.

"Le Parisien" invites you to analyze and decipher the results of the main clubs in Île-de-France.

The disappointment: the Mets fall again despite Wembanyama

Expected at the turn as at each of his outings now, Victor Wembanyama scored 20 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and delivered 6 assists.

A consistent sheet of stats which did not prevent the defeat of Boulogne-Levallois in Blois (78-77, 20th day of BetClic Élite), Saturday in a sold-out Jeu de Paume.


– LNB (@LNBofficiel) February 4, 2023

Led 73-77 with 29 seconds remaining, the promoted was able to overthrow the private Mets of Tremont Waters and Hugo Besson in the last moments, with in particular a very good Amadou Sow (25 points, 8 rebounds) and a Tyren Johnson "clutch (decisive).

With this second defeat in a row, Boulogne-Levallois misses the opportunity to get comfortable in the top 4 and get closer to the leader, Monaco.

Still, “Wemby” took the time to sign some autographs after the game.

Victor Wembanyama took the time to sign a few autographs, this Saturday at the exit of the Tennis court, after the defeat of @Metropolitans92 against @ADABloisBasket.

— NR Sports 41 (@NRSports41) February 4, 2023

Hope: Massy revives for maintenance

How good is this victory!

Opposed to Carcassonne on Friday in the duel of fear, Massy offered a small glimmer of hope in the depths of the Pro D2 classification.

The Ile-de-France red lantern won at home 22-17 (19th day) against one of its direct competitors.

After US Montauban, the Massicois chained a second victory in a row and took advantage of the defeat of Angoulême at the same time to leave the last place in the Championship (15th).

Charentais that the Essonniens will challenge next Friday.

The promoted have not yet said their last word.

We can't get enough of it 🥰


🔵⚫️#RêverFort #MadeInMassy

– Rugby Club Massy Essonne (@RCME91) February 3, 2023

The slap: Racing falls heavily in Pau

It's a weekend to forget for Racing 92. Fifth in the Top 14, the Ile-de-France residents suffered a demonstration from Pau this Saturday (38-19).

However, Pau, 12th, had not won a single league match since November.

It all started well for the Racingmen, with a try from Antoine Gibert in the 3rd minute on an interception.

But despite three tries, the Ciel et Blancs came out the losers of a spectacular match, conceding six tries, and leaving the offensive bonus point to the Pau Section.

In the 56th, and while the score was 19-12 in favor of Pau, it was an interception and a try from Jack Maddocks that allowed the Béarnais to take off.

A frustrating defeat for Racing 92, which offsets its superb victory at the siren last weekend, against La Rochelle.

The celebration: the PSG Hand had things to celebrate

PSG celebrated in the best possible way the extensions this week of their center half Nikola Karabatic and their coach Raul Gonzalez.

For their first match since the truce of the World Championships, the Parisians overcame Chartres (37-35) on Saturday in the quarter-finals of the Coupe de France.

Double title holder, Paris joins Nantes, Montpellier and Aix-en-Provence in the last four of the competition.

It was also an opportunity to celebrate the return of the heroes, unfortunate finalists with the Blues of the last World Championship against Denmark.

But also the great premiere of Dominik Mathé, the Hungarian prodigy who arrived last summer with the heavy task of replacing Nedim Remili - but first hampered by a knee injury.

Comfortable on the pitch (5 goals), Mathé was also comfortable in French in a post-match interview.

After the victory of the 🔴🔵 against Chartres (#CHAPSG 35-37), discover the reactions of Raul #Gonzalez, Mathieu Grébille and the perfect 🇫🇷 of Dominik #Mathé 👇

– PSG Handball (@psghand) February 5, 2023



BetClic Elite

(20th day): Gravelines-Dunkerque - NANTERRE 93-56;


Monaco-PARIS 103-81.



(16th day): Besançon - PONTAULT 26-29;

MASSY-Cherbourg 28-28;

TREMBLAY- Saran 31-27.

French Cup

(1/4 final): Chartres - PSG 35-37;

Nantes-Ivry 35-26.


Magnus League

(38th day): Amiens - CERGY-PONTOISE 2-3.


Top 14

(17th day): Pau - RACING 92 38-19;

STADE FRANÇAIS - Bordeaux-Bègles (Sunday, 9:05 p.m., Jean-Bouin stadium).

Pro D2

(19th day): MASSY - Carcassonne 22-17.


League A

(19th day): PARIS - Saint-Nazaire 0-3;


Women's A League

(18th day): LEVALLOIS - Marcq-en-Barœul 0-3;


Source: leparis

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