The Typical L1 Team – Day 38 – Football

Author of a tripl and big appearance against Metz, Parisian Kylian Mbapp is the player of the day. Especially the Niois Andy Delort, the Marseillais Gerson, the Lensois Seko Fofana and the Parisian Angel Di Maria distinguished themselves on Saturday and appear in the 38th edition of the typical Maxifoot team.

This season Mbapp rules the L1

As in previous seasons, Maxifoot assembles its standard team after each day of the championship. The best “eleven” and seven substitutes are chosen based on their performance. Holders collect three points, substitutes receive one point.

Substitutes:

12. Anthony Lopes (Lyon)
13. Jonathan Clauss (lens)
14. Valentin Rongier (Marseille)
15. Khphren Thuram (Nice)
16. Lovro Majer (Rennes)
17. Timothy Weah (Lille)
18. Skou Mara (Burgundy)

Details:

Player of the Day: Kylian Mbapp (Paris SG)

Minutes after announcing the decision the world had been waiting for and his extension to PSG, the striker once again stole the show on the pitch against Metz. The Habs, who scored an explicit double in the first period, let their qualities of speed and strength speak for themselves, before signing a hat-trick on a goal they went on to score alone after halftime. He finished the season’s top scorer (28 goals) and assist (17 assists) in Ligue 1. An unprecedented double

Alexander Nbel (Monaco)

Aside from his poor dismissal on Frankowski’s goal, the Mongasque goalkeeper was imperial against Lens! He multiplied the stops on long shots of Lensois, starting with Fofana failing his special.

Hamari Traor (Rennes)

Determined to offer his club qualification to the Champions League, without success, the Rennes captain played a big game against Lille. He is at the beginning of the action of Bourigeaud’s goal with this blocked cross, and it is he who also finds Truffert on the left at the end of the game. A great feat from the right, one more.

Benot Badiashile (Monaco)

Unlike his team-mate Disasi, the Monegasque central defender always shows this astonishing skill in recovery and in his interventions. Against Lens, he managed a one-on-one situation against Kalimuendo in his area perfectly and allowed himself a nice ball strike. Not to mention his opportunistic goal.

Boubacar Kamara (Marseille)

For his last game in the OM colors, the young talent played against Strasbourg in a hybrid role of central defender-sentinel. And like their season, Phocen has been very consistent. Serious in his defensive work, he scratched several balls and was particularly honest in his transmissions. A great way to end his Olympic adventure.

Przemyslaw Frankowski (Lens)

Lensois’s left piston took advantage of astonishing freedom in certain moves against Monaco. He prevailed in his duels against Vanderson and caused a lot of trouble by transplanting into the ashes. This allowed him to open the score.

Gerson (Marseille)

His very bad start at OM certainly seems a long way off! The Brazilian has often been a provident man for the Marseille club in this second half of the season and was interesting against Strasbourg with a high volume of play and good participation in his team’s offensives. The international auriverde shone with his technical accuracy and his power and offered himself a double.

Seko Fofana (Lens)

Symbol of Lens mentality, the midfielder showed incredible determination from start to finish against Monaco! The Ivorian international has always put rhythm into his team’s play. He imposed tremendous intensity on his opponents and could have scored on one of his attempts had Nbel not been so inspired.

David Pereira da Costa (lens)

The Portuguese was a permanent threat to Monaco! He didn’t have to multiply the number of touches on the ball to find his teammates in good areas. For example, it offers a great chance Kalimuendo, before launching Clauss on the action of the first goal. He also made the right choices when compensating for his partners’ journeys.

Angel Di Maria (Paris SG)

For his last game with PSG, against Metz, the winger showed a very handsome face that lived up to his successful seven-year term. Defining passer for Mbapp on an inspired opening, the Argentinian then showed his flair to score the final goal. In tears, he gave up his place after being awarded a guard of honor by his teammates.

Andy Delort (Nice)

If Nice takes part in a European Cup next season, it will be largely thanks to him. While the Gym was 0-2 behind Reims and had done almost nothing for 74 minutes, the Niois striker scored a hat-trick in seven minutes to give his team a precious success and a 5th place in the standings. First goalscorer from the penalty spot, he then landed a shot from the left into the top corner, then scored a third time with a header.

Ranking: Mbapp king of the L1!

1. Mbappé (Paris-SG): 39 points
2. Clauss (lens): 33 points
3. Guendouzi (Marseille) – Marquinhos (Paris-SG): 25 points
5. Terrier (Rennes): 24 points
6. Savanier (Montpellier): 23 points
7. Bourigeaud (Rennes): 22 points
8. Fofana (Lens) – Laborde (Montpellier 1 pt, then Rennes): 20 points
10. Messi (Paris SG): 19 points
11. Lopes (Lyon): 17 points
12. Frankowski (Lens) – Caio Henrique (Monaco) – Lafont (Nantes) – Gouiri (Nice) – Hakimi (Paris-SG) – Traor (Rennes): 16 points
18. Gerson (Marseille) – Ben Yedder, Tchouamni (Monaco) – Bentez (Nice): 15 points
22. Delort (Montpellier 3 points, then Nice) – Pallois (Nantes) – Majer (Rennes): 14 points
25. Todibo (Nice) – Ajorque (Strasbourg): 13 points
27. Boufal (Angers) – Bizot (Brest) – Saliba, Payet (Marseille): 12 points
31. Botman (Lille) – Lucas Paquet (Lyon) – Girotto (Nantes) – Dante (Nice) – Gueye, Neymar (Paris SG): 11 points
37. Danso (Lens) – Lo Jardim, David (Lille) – Dembele (Lyon) – Disasi, Badiashile (Monaco) – Blas (Nantes) – Thuram-Ulien (Nice) – Abdelhamid (Reims) – Sulemana (Rennes) – Djiku , Thomasson , Sels (Strasbourg): 10 points
50. Honorat (Brest) – Faivre (Brest 6 points, then Lyon) – Doucoure (Lens) – Bruno Guimares, Lukeba, Caqueret (Lyon) – Luan Peres (Marseille) – Atal (Nice) – Konan, Rajkovic (Reims) – Martin, Aguerd, Santamaria (Rennes): 9 points
63. Rongier (Marseille) – Volland (Monaco) – Sakho (Montpellier) – Simon, Kolo Muani (Nantes) – Herrera (Paris-SG) – Faes (Reims) – Nyamsi (Strasbourg): 8 points
71. Le Douaron (Brest) – Kalimuendo (Lens) – Toko Ekambi, Gusto (Lyon) – Dieng (Marseille) – Vanderson, Fofana, Diop (Monaco) – Dolberg, Kluivert (Nice) – Di Mara (Paris-SG) – Omari, Tait (Rennes) – Diallo, Guilbert (Strasbourg) – N’Guessan (Troyes): 7 points
87. Cabot (Angers) – Bernardoni (Angers 5 pts, then St-Etienne) – Pierre-Gabriel (Brest) – Djoco, Seidu (Clermont-F.) – Gradit (Lens) – Gudmundsson (Lille) – nder (Marseille) – Centonze, Kouyate (Metz) – Omlin, Ferri (Montpellier) – Chirivella (Nantes) – Verratti, Ramos, Nuno Mendes (Paris-SG) – Truffert, Guirassy (Rennes) – Gameiro (Strasbourg) – Larouci (Troyes): 6 points
107. Oudin (Bordeaux) – Brassier (Brest) – Leca (Lens) – Onana (Lille) – Aouar (Lyon) – Milik, Harit (Marseille) – Traore (Metz) – Green (St-Etienne): 5 points
116. Mandrea, Cho, Traor (Angers) – Elis, Gregersen, Pembele, Hwang (Bordeaux) – Rashani, Bayo, Gastien (Clermont-F.) – David Costa, Sotoca, Sad (Lens) – Renato Sanches, Tiago Djal ( Lille) – Moffi (Lorient) – Emerson (Lyon) – Caleta-Car (Marseille) – Nbel (Monaco) – Souquet, Mavididi (Montpellier) – Ekikike (Reims) – Gomis (Rennes) – Bouanga, Boudebouz, Khazri, Nordin, Sow (St-Etienne) – Linard, Sissoko (Strasbourg) – Biancone (Troyes): 4 points
147. Fulgini, Petkovic, Pereira Lage (Angers) – Poussin, Guilavogui, Ricardo Mangas, Mexer, Briand, Costil (Bordeaux) – Satriano, Duverne, Chardonnet, Belali (Brest) – Berthomier, N’Simba (Clermont-F.) – Fonte (Lille) – Le Goff, Mendes, Lauriente (Lorient) – NDombl, Boateng (Lyon) – De La Fuente, Kamara (Marseille) – Sarr, Boulaya (Metz) – Ristic, Esteve, Germain (Montpellier) – Castelletto, Merlin (Nantes) – Rosario, Bard (Nice) – Danilo Pereira, Donnarumma, Diallo, Kehrer, Paredes, Kimpembe, Navas (Paris-SG) – Munetsi, Moreto Cassam, Toure (Reims) – Camara, Trauco (St-Etienne) – Chavalerin, Dingome, Tardieu, Rami (Troyes): 3 points
195. Onana (Bordeaux) – Andr, Elik, Weah (Lille) – Pau Lpez (Marseille) – Golovin (Monaco) – Meling (Rennes) – Perrin (Strasbourg) – Gallon (Troyes): 2 points
204. Thomas, Capelle, Mendy, Mangani (Angers) – Mara, Dilrosun, Adli (Bordeaux) – Mouni, Belkebla, Cardona, Hrelle (Brest) – Dossou, Zedadka (Clermont-F.) – Hadara (Lens) – Zhegrova, Yilmaz, Grbic (Lille) – Le Fe, Kon, Monconduit, Ptrot, Dreyer, Innocent (Lorient) – Shaqiri, Denayer (Lyon) – Mandanda, Pol Lirola (Marseille) – Fali Cand, de Prville, Oukidja (Metz) – Gelson Martins (Monaco) – Wahi, Mollet (Montpellier) – Lemina, Boudaoui, Lotomba (Nice) – Zeneli (Reims) – Asignon (Rennes) – Kolodziejczak (St-Etienne) – Prcic (Strasbourg) – Kabore (Troyes): 1 point

Position per club: Paris, Rennes and Lens on the podium…

1. Paris-SG – 175 points
2. Rennes – 165 points
3. Lens – 119 points
4. Marseille – 118 points
5.Nice – 108 points
6. Monaco – 102 points
7. Lyon – 99 points
8. Strasbourg – 82 points
9. Nantes – 79 points
10. Montpellier – 66 points
11. Lille – 62 points
12. Brest – 61 points
13. Reims – 50 points
14. Anger – 48 points
15. Burgundy – 44 points
16. St Etienne – 33 points
17. Troyes, Clermont-F. – 32 points
19. Metz – 26 points
20. Lorient – 19 points

It was the quintessential team for the 38th day of Ligue 1. See you next season for another edition of the quintessential Ligue 1 team!

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