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Ligue 1: Lille OSC are the champions of France - Football - International

Ligue 1: Lille OSC are the champions of France – Football – International

Take off Paris Saint-Germain! In the final round of Ligue 1, Lille OSC claimed France champions for the fifth time.

The “Great Danes” made everything on their own with their 2: 1 win in SCO Angers, and Paris Saint-Germain were no longer seeing a 2-0 win at Brest. Lille saved a point ahead of the capitals at the end.

David (tenth) Wilmaz (45 + 1 / penalty) set their first championship title since 2011, calling via Fulgeny takes place in stoppage time (90 + 2). Paris’ victory came from an own goal by Fever (37) and Mbabi (71) after Neymar missed a penalty kick (19).

Paris Saint-Germain took second place and thus is strongly represented in the UEFA Champions League, while the third place, which qualifies him to participate in the CL qualifiers, goes to AS Monaco (0-0 in RC Lens). Olympique Lyonnais have to settle for fourth after 2: 3 against OGC Nice (Daniliuc on the bench), two points behind Monaco, this is the group stage EL. ÖFB Legion finished the season in ninth place.

Olympique de Marseille (1: 1 in FC Metz – penalty kick in the 6th or 14th minute (!) Of stoppage time) bought a fixed EL ticket, while Stade Rennes (2: 0 over Nims) Linz won the last place to clinch and go to Qualification for the conference league is in sixth place.

There is drama in the battle against the landing spot, which changes the “owner” several times and in the end has to accept FC Nantes (1: 2 vs Montpellier). FC Lorient saved themselves by a 1-1 draw in Strasbourg, with Adrian Gerbic sitting on the bench. Reims Stadium also maintains the study despite 1: 2 against Bordeaux, played by Dario Marisic.

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Ultimately, the 14th rankings are separated into the 18th landing spot with just two points. Hard landing is Nimes and Dijon.

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