League 1 | The FFL table after the 19th day

The weeks follow one another and resemble each other in Ligue 1: Olympique Lyonnais is scuttled at home, Montpellier is slapped and Genesio offers the head of PSG.

As a reminder, for this season, we have decided to establish a semi-objective scale so that every club is accommodated in the same boat. Of course, all this can also be spiced up with arbitrary notes to the client’s head. And no VAR here.


. Defeat: +1pt
. Own goal: +1 point
. Goal conceded in injury time: +1 pt
. Wrong penalty: +1 pt
. Defeat by 3 or more goal difference: +1 pt
. 5 or more goals conceded: +1 point from the 5th goal
. 5-loss streak: +2 points
. Unexpected defeat: +2 points


. Victory: -1pt
. Goal scored in added time: -1 pt
. Victory with 3 or more goals: -1 pt
. 5 or more goals scored: -1 point from the 5th goal
. 5 consecutive wins: -2 points
. Unexpected victory: -2 points

Goal – Auxerre: 1 – 0

Objective: -2

Tenth win in 10 home games for Sang et Or. Fortunately, Ligue 1 is also played away from home, otherwise the tractor would parade through the city again to celebrate the Scudetto.

An additional penalty point for this unbearable impeccable in the house.

Auxerres: +2

After the manita received in the house, it was necessary to confirm it outside. Defeat acquired in pain for the Burgundians, but defeat all the same. The most important thing is: the fifth consecutive defeat in the league.

OM – Lorient: 3 – 1

MO: -2

The best moment of this match happened before the match. To celebrate his endorsement deal with OM, singer Jul kicks off tap dancing. Pestle in hand. Welcome to Liguain.

On the field, the Marseilles sign their sixth consecutive victory. The latest defeat in all competitions? Tottenham’s welcome to the Champions League. Yes, we hold on to whatever we can.

Lorient: +1

Despite their lead, the Hakes committed the irreparable: conceding a header from Kolasinac. Defeat can only be deserved behind when you know the story of the boy with the head of the game.

Lyon – Strasbourg: 1 – 2

Lyon: +3

We thought the misstep at home against Clermont was unbeatable. But this is even more beautiful. To be able to lose against a team that had won just one of its first 18 league games is yet another tour de force for OL. For information, Lyon’s last home win dates back to last October. If your life is difficult, ask yourself for a second and think about that of Groupama Stadium season ticket holders.

Add to that the intervention after the match from President Aulas, as well as the last spade from former manager Peter Bosz, and you have a delightful start to the week for our friends at Lyon.

“There really wasn’t a winning mentality at the club” P. Bosz

Strasbourg: -3

We can no longer stop Mathieu Le Scornet. Julien Stéphan’s successor has just reminded Strasbourg fans that Racing had the right to win in the league. I can’t wait for his interval to end.

Lille-Troyes: 5-1

Lilac: -3

A presqu’manita from LOSC that allows him to dispel the doubts related to his lack of realism. However, we are seriously starting to lose Jocelyn Gourvennec’s career in the league.

Troyes: +3

King Rami was returning to his homeland. Unfortunately he was unable to participate in this sublime collective shipwreck. Note the unwanted goal by Baldé which prevents Estac from scoring Fanny.

Angers-Clermont: 1-2

Rage: +2

Eleventh consecutive defeat for the Angevins. With its unique achievements, the SCO is uniting an entire country behind it. Undoubtedly his best (only?) performance this season.

Clermont: -2

It is the first time in their history that the Clermontois have won three consecutive matches in Ligue 1. Could Clermont Foot 63 supplant ASM Clermont Auvergne?

Speaking of rugby, a penalty point awaits Pascal Gastien’s men.

Reims-Nice: 0-0

Reims: 0

Unlike SCO Angers, Stade de Reims have just gone their 11th match without defeat in the league. If legend Raymond Kopa unites these two clubs forever, on the pitch, the gap becomes abysmal.

Nice: 0

From 6-1 at home to the anesthetic 0-0 at the Stade Auguste-Delaune. Schmeichel and Ramsey discover all the charms of our Farmers League.

Toulouse – Brest: 1 – 1

Toulouse: 0

The TFC thought maybe he was going to plant 5 checkers every day of the championship. But the happiness of facing Auxerre is like the solstice: it only happens twice a year.

Bristol: 0

We had to wait for Eric Roy’s third game in charge of Brest to witness his team’s first goal conceded. Is he really the man for the job? We ask ourselves internally.

Montpellier-Nantes: 0-3

Montpellier: +2

Khazri had a hot foot against the Canaries. Unfortunately, this ended up in front of Zézé. The Tunisian didn’t have to wait any longer to be rewarded in the shower, Wahi joined him 20 minutes later.

Montpellier could not have dreamed of a better reaction after the slap they received in Nice last week (6-1).

Nantes: -2

Girotto opens the scoring in the 58th minute for the canaries. But be careful, we were still playing the first half. We had clearly missed the extended extra time from the World Cup.

Nantes’ only downside is their first away league win for 9 months.

Monaco-Ajaccio: 7-1

Principality of Monaco: -5

Philippe Clement liked to leave Ben Yedder on the bench for a few games. And when Wissam isn’t happy, he’s tripled. Good.

Ajaccio: +5

The Corsicans were famous for having imposed their iron defense on the whole territory of France. But when it comes to leaving the French borders and going to play in the Principality of Monaco, there is an open bar.

Rennes-Psg: 1-0

Reindeer: -3

Every year, Paris Saint-Germain knows that matches against Genesio are trap matches. And every year Parisians fall head over heels into the trap. The druid Genesix has more than ever the recipe to bring down PSG.

A coaching contract at Bayern Munich by 14 February? We think about it.

PSG: +2

With one month to go until the knockout stages of the Champions League, one thing is certain: the preparation against Bayern has already begun.

Small extra point for this second defeat in two weeks for the Parisians.

The FFL table of Ligue 1

1 Anger 35
2 Brest 19
3 Auxerre 17
4 Ajaccio 10
5 Strasbourg 9
5 Montpellier 9
7 Nantes 7
7 Troyes 7
9 Toulouse 6
9 Lyon 6
11 Reims 5
12 Nice 3
13 Lilac -2
14 Clermont -3
14 Lorient -3
16 monk -6
17 reindeer -8
18 Marseille -17
19 lens -19
20 PSG -28

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