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Ligue 1: Lille hits Clermont, Toulouse beats Reims, Lorient is no longer last

A trial.

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Ligue 1: Lille hits Clermont, Toulouse beats Reims, Lorient is no longer last

A trial. Apart from a double occasion where Lucas Chevalier stood out (16th), when there was only a goal difference, Clermont never existed on the LOSC lawn this Sunday (4-0). Jonathan David, well served by Angel Gomes, quickly set the tone in favor of the Mastiffs (10th, 1-0). Benjamin André made the break with his head (24th 2-0) and believed in a double (37th). The double was reserved for David, who took advantage of a big error by Clermont goalkeeper Mory Diaw (38th, 3-0).

In the process, Edon Zhegrova added to the score with a long-range strike (40th, 4-0) from which no defender came out, a symbol of the Auvergnats in distress. “It’s a disaster, it’s catastrophic, I have nothing else to say,” said Clermont midfielder Johan Gastien during the break at the Amazon Prime Video microphone. Lille takes advantage of Monaco's draw against Le Havre earlier in the afternoon (2-2) to move into the top 4, and even on the podium while waiting for Brest-Nice. Clermont, who remained in two matches without defeat, returned to brood at the place of the red lantern.

14th Ligue 1 team on the road, Toulouse is traveling well... at the moment. Three weeks after winning in Metz (0-1), the Violets put the ingredients in place to overcome Reims at the Auguste-Delaune stadium (2-3). There was no photo at half-time: Christian Mawissa was on the lookout from a corner (11th, 0-1), Shavy Babicka surgical at 16 meters (31st, 0-2) and Thijs Dallinga cold from the penalty spot (45th 2, 0-3). Apathetic, the Rémois were quick to react with their metronome, Teddy Teuma.

The Maltese midfielder reduced the gap with a precise left-footed shot from outside the area (49th, 1-3). In the process, Dallinga almost pulled the rug out from under the locals, but his shot ricocheted off the bar (50th). Dominators at too slow a trot, the Rémois offered themselves a crazy end to the match thanks to the goal of Sergio Akieme (90th 1, 2-3). In added time, Guillaume Restes multiplied his exploits (90th 6, 90th 7) to preserve Toulouse's advantage. The TFC moved up to 12th place in the ranking, ten points behind Reims, 7th.

It was not until the 10th away match of the season that Lorient finally won away from its bases in Ligue 1. The Merlus inflicted a seventh consecutive defeat on promoted Metz (1-2), whistled by its own public. Mohamed Bamba opened the scoring with composure in front of Alexandre Oukidja after a good oriented control (19th, 0-1). Metz responded tit for tat with the return to the club, Didier Lamkel Zé, also skillful in his face-to-face with Yvon Mvogo (22nd, 1-1). In an unenthusiastic game, reflecting the difficulties in the standings of the two teams, it was Lorient who came out on top.

At the end of a counter-attack and a poorly repelled strike from Julien Ponceau, Panos Katseris was the quickest to attack the surfaces (58th, 1-2). Without inspiration, Metz was unable to get the public back in the pocket at Saint-Symphorien. “Wet the jersey,” many supporters chanted. The Grenats are 16th, tied on points with Lyon and... Lorient, 17th and still relegated.

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