Typical L1 team – Day 18 – Soccer

Niois Khphren Thuram, the author of the great performance against Montpellier, is the player of the day. His teammate Pp, Parisians Messi and Mukiele, Marseillais Mbemba and Veretout, as well as especially Toulouse Ruault, also stood out on Wednesday and appeared in the 18th edition of the typical Maxifoot team.

Niois Thuram and Pp shone against Montpellier

As in previous seasons, after each day of the championship, Maxifoot creates a default team. The best “eleven” and seven substitutes are selected for their performance. Owners get three points, substitutes get one point.


12. Anthony Lopez (Lyon)
13. Dante (The Beautiful)
14. Branco van den Boomen (Toulouse)
15. Ross Barkley (Beautiful)
16. Benjamin André (Lille)
17. Breel Embolo (Monaco)
18. Grejon Kyei (Clermont)


Player of the day: Khphren Thuram (Nice)

The Niois midfielder, who was in excellent form against Montpellier, was everywhere in midfield where his ball-footed drills plagued his opponents. He lets Pp open the scoring, then scores Gym’s second goal with a one-two in the field with Dante. On display!

Matz Sels (Strasbourg)

Despite the two goals against Lens, the Strasbourg keeper had an exceptional match, especially in the second half with at least three crucial saves against Openda, Sotoca and then Costa. RCSA can thank you.

Nordi Mukiele (Paris SG)

At times shaken by Dumbia’s overstepping and then Boufal’s overstepping after coming on, the right piston stands against Anges. Even better, he was decisive with two offers for Ekitike and Messi. But sometimes it was not easy because he was lonely with her.

Anthony Rouault (Toulouse)

The central defender of “Toulouse” played a full game against “Auxerre”. He pocketed Auxerre’s forwards throughout the game, but was also heavily involved in attack. After two chances, he is rewarded with a fine goal in the area where he chests the ball down before scoring from the right-hand side.

Chancel Mbemba (Marseille)

The OM centre-back, who has produced some impressive performances since his arrival last summer, was still flawless against Troyes. Defensively, the Congolese was simply flawless in his zone in front of Mr. Bald or Ripart. As always interesting with his forwards and passes, he again decided to open the scoring with a header.

Moussa Diarra (Toulouse)

Against Auxerre, the Toulouse defender, who defended very firmly on the left side, produced a very good copy. He also excelled offensively with two crucial assists to Rouault and Abukhla. Full game!

Jean-Ricner Bellegarde (Strasbourg)

The midfielder from Strasbourg played a solid game against “Lens”. Not a goal or a decisive pass for him, but an XXL performance in midfield. It’s simple, the former Lensois was absolutely everywhere. In attack, midfield, defense and wherever the game calls for.

Jordan Veretout (Marseille)

In his long game against Troyes, the midfielder did not hesitate to go too low to set up quality moves for his team. He was involved in the opener for Mbemba with this cross from Guendouzi, then did a lot of work in defense with a great individual marker on Lopes. On the way back from the locker room, he used the spawn to find the net.

Nicolas Pp (Beautiful)

The Nice striker seems to be back to his best. Against Montpellier, the Arsenal loanee was real poison for his opponents for more than an hour. He was one of the great architects of the Gym show thanks to his limitless activity, especially his stunt work.

Lionel Messi (Paris SG)

He played a part in PSG’s Ekitike’s goal and then scored in the second half against Angers in their return to the 2022 World Cup crown. His little scoop for Neymar would have deserved a decisive assist, but the Brazilian was slightly offside.

Dango Ouattara (Lorient)

The striker of “Lorient” performed well in the game against “Monaco”. Punchy (6 dribbles) and generous, Burkinabe was rewarded for his efforts by equalizing with a header, then serving up Moffey for Les Merlous’ second goal. Along with his attacking stats, he also put in a good defensive performance with 6 out of 6 attempts. Not bad for a striker!

Rating: Mbemba chases Messi…

1. Messi (Paris-SG): 27 points
2. Mbemba (Marseille): 20 points
3. Neymar (Paris-SG): 19 points
4. Fofana (Lens): 15 points
5. Danso (Lens): 14 points
6. Frankovski (Lens) – Mbappe (Paris-SG): 13 points
8. Sotoca (Lens) – Terrier (Rennes): 11 points
10. Abdul Samad (Lens) – Cabella (Lille) – Ouattara, Le Fe (Lorraine) – Lopes (Lyon) – Lafont (Nantes) – Hakimi, Danilo Pereira (Paris-SG) – Bellegarde (Strasbourg): 10 points
19. Costil (Auxerre) – Belali (Brest 3 points, then AC-Ajaccio) – David (Lille) – Moffi (Lorraine) – Klaus (Marseille) – Cayu Henrique (Monaco) – Savigny (Montpellier) – Bouriot (Rennes) : 9 points
27. Disasi (Monaco): 8 points
28. Openda (Lens) – Lukeba, Tagliafico (Lyon) – Gigot, Nuno Tavares (Marseille) – Golovin (Monaco) – Pepe (Nice) – van den Boumen (Toulouse): 7 points
36. Sakhi (Auxerre) – Djal (Lille) – Toko Ekambi (Lyon) – Payet, Veretout (Marseille) – Mendes (Paris-SG) – Guiry (Rennes) – Dup, Abuxlal (Toulouse) – Kechel (Troy): 6 score
46. ​​Lacazette (Lyon) – Sanchez (Marseille) – Fofana (Monaco) – Balogun (Reims) – Theate (Rennes) – Dejaegere (Toulouse): 5 points
52. Marchetti, Leroy (AC-Ajaccio) – Bentaleb (Anges) – Neto Borges (Clermont-F.) – Samba, Machado (Lens) – Ismayilli, Andre Gomes, Ounas (Lille) – Atal, Dante (Nice) – Donnarumma (Paris-SG) – Majer (Rennes) – Sels (Strasbourg): 4 points
66. Youssef, El Idrissi, Kon (AC-Ajaccio) – Doumbia (Angers) – Jubal (Auxerre) – Del Castillo, Dari, Belkebla (Brest) – Vietesca, Seidou (Clermont-F.) – Chevalier, Gomes, Diakit ( Lille) – Kalulu (Lorient) – Caqueret, Tet (Lyon) – Balerdi, Pau Lopez, Kolasinac (Marseille) – Ben Yedder, Ben Seghir, Camara, Badiashile, Embolo (Monaco) – Vahi, Kozza, Sacco, Maouassa, Sakho ( Montpellier) – Girotto, Guessand (Nantes) – Thuram-Ulien, Todibo (Nice) – Mukiele, Markinhos, Verratti (Paris-SG) – Flips, Gravillon, Faes (Reims) – Kalimuendo, Rodon, Traor, Santamaria (Rennes) – Nicolaisen, Diarra, Rouault (Toulouse) – Lopes, Gallon (Troyes): 3 points
114. Andre (Lille) – Mvogo (Lorient) – Schmeichel (Nice) – Ruiz (Paris-SG) – Agbadou (Reims) – Ripart (Troyes): 2 points
120. Quilichini (AC-Ajaccio) – Boufal (Angers) – Janvier (Auxerre) – Le Duaron, Bizot, Duverne (Brest) – Kyei, Diaw, Khaoui, Gonalons, Andric (Clermont-F.) – David Costa, Medina ( Lens) – Fonte, Zedadka, Writer (Lille) – Ponsot, Le Goff, Mannone, Laporte, Talby, Diarra (Lorient) – Thiago Mendes, Lepenant (Lyon) – nder, Ronji, Guendouzi, Dieng, Suarez (Marseille) – Omlin , Ferri, Kamara (Montpellier) – Simon, Blas, Ganago (Nantes) – Delort, Barkley (Nice) – Vitinha, Soler (Paris-SG) – Matusiva (Reims) – Mandanda (Rennes) – Dukur, Gameiro, Aholou (Strasbourg) ) ) – Chavalerin, Tardieu, Yade, Odobert, Lis (Troyes): 1 point

Ranking by clubs: PSG, Lens and OM have a good lead…

1. Paris-SG – 102 points
2. Lens – 80 points
3. Marseille – 74 points
4. “Lille” – 51 points
5. Rennes – 48 points
6. Monaco – 44 points
7. “Lyon” – 43 points
8. Lorient – 40 points
9. Toulouse – 33 points
10. Montpellier – 27 points
11. Beautiful – 25 points
12. AC-Ajaccio – 24 points
13. Troyes, Auxerre, Nantes – 19 points
16. Strasbourg, Reims – 17 points
18. Brest, Clermont-F. – 15 points
20. Furies – 8 points

This was a typical team for day 18 of Ligue 1. See you next Sunday to discover the typical team for Day 19!

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