Typical L1 team – Day 19 – Soccer

Mongasque’s Wissam Ben Yedder, who scored an express try against Ajaccio, is player of the day. His teammates Diatta, Marseillais Kolasinac, especially Lille residents David and Bayo also stood out this weekend and appeared in the 19th edition of the typical Maxifoot team.

Ben Yedder is the player of the day

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. Matz Sels (Strasbourg)
13. Emmanuel Agbadou (Reims)
14. Adrien Truffert (Rennes)
15. Hamari Traor (Rennes)
16. Jordan Veretout (Marseille)
17. Jim Allevina (Clermont-F.)
18. Breel Embolo (Monaco)


Player of the day: Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco)

Returning as a starter after two games on the bench, the Mongasque striker did not miss the opportunity to shine against Ajaccio at the Monaco festival. The captain of ASM offered himself a hat-trick in just 14 minutes! Here we go again for “WBY”?

Alban Lafont (Nantes)

Despite Montpellier’s big win, Nantes weren’t particularly bright and their goalkeeper had to put in another big performance. The Nantes keeper made several crucial saves, notably a Jullien header in the closing minutes that would have allowed MHSC to equalize. Immediately after, the Canaries scored two more goals to hide.

Przemyslaw Frankowski (Lens)

Right-winger Lensois, who scored against PSG in early January, scored his second goal of the season from the penalty spot to free RC Lens against Auxerre. A great reward for the Polish national team, who could not stay in their lane throughout the game. When his team lacked inspiration, his runs and crosses often posed a threat.

Jean-Clair Todibo (Nice)

The central defender confirmed his excellent form on the lawn of Reims. Won most of his duels and made several valuable interceptions thanks to his speed. Great defensive play.

Brendan Chardonnet (Brest)

The Brest defender had a solid match on the lawn of Toulouse. He left an impression of great composure in this part and allowed his team not to crack when they dominated. He pocketed Onaiwu the entire game.

Sead Kolasinac (Marseille)

True to his performance in recent weeks, the Bosnian was everywhere against Lorient, be it pressing, passing or projecting. The author of the equalizing goal with the header, the origin of the second and the giant in crosses and floods, the former Gunner burned the opposition defense!

Lovro Majer (Rennes)

Often in big matches, the Rennes midfielder did his best against PSG. And that’s usually not good news for his opponents. He enforced the law in the Paris circles, worked hard in the laundry and planned to support his team’s attacks. No goals or assists, just turnovers and great work.

Cengiz nder (Marseille)

Marseille’s attacking midfielder is having a successful season! Against Lorient, his activity was huge, at least 8 crosses, including for Kolasinac in the equalizing goal. Very strict and fair in his selections, the Turk could also find fault, but Mannone beat him early in the game.

Crepe Diatta (Monaco)

His pace and activity made Ajax suffer. Mongasque’s attacking midfielder intercepted a pass from Vanderson to score the second goal, leading to a penalty for the fifth and a corner recovery brought the sixth goal. Full game!

Jonathan David (Lille)

The Lille striker, who was silent against Brest in midweek, returned to the net against Troyes, scoring twice. In support of Bayo, the Canadian international was happy in the role. He was great at combining with his partners and projecting towards the other side.

Mohamed Bayo (Lille)

For the first time since August, Holder seized the opportunity to double against Lille striker Troyes. He might even have made it three after his duel with Lis after beating Salmier with a dive, but deserved good fortune to tap in behind David Lille’s second goal.

Rating: Frankovski is approaching the podium…

1. Messi (Paris-SG): 27 points
2. Mbemba (Marseille): 20 points
3. Neymar (Paris-SG): 19 points
4. Frankowski (Lens): 16 points
5. Fofana (Lens): 15 points
6. Danso (Lens): 14 points
7. Lafont (Nantes) – Mbappe (Paris-SG): 13 points
9. David (Lille): 12 points
10. Sotoca (Lens) – Terrier (Rennes): 11 points
12. Abdul Samad (Lens) – Cabella (Lille) – Ouattara, Le Fe (Lorraine) – Lopes (Lyon) – Danilo Pereira, Hakimi (Paris-SG) – Bellegarde (Strasbourg): 10 points
20. Costil (Auxerre) – Belali (Brest 3 points, then AC-Ajaccio) – Moffi (Lorraine) – Klaus (Marseille) – Kayu Henrique (Monaco) – Savigny (Montpellier) – Burix (Rennes): 9 points
27. Disasi (Monaco): 8 points
28. Openda (Lens) – Tagliafico, Lukeba (Lyon) – Nuno Tavares, Veretout, Gigot (Marseille) – Golovin (Monaco) – Pepe (Nice) – Majer (Rennes) – van den Boumen (Toulouse): 7 points
38. Sakhi (Auxerre) – Djal (Lille) – Toko Ekambi (Lyon) – Kolasinac, Payet (Marseille) – Ben Yedder (Monaco) – Todibo (Nice) – Mendes (Paris-SG) – Guiry (Rennes) – Dup, Abukhlal (Toulouse) – Kelal (Troyes): 6 points
50. Lacazette (Lyon) – Sanchez (Marseille) – Fofana (Monaco) – Baloqun (Reims) – Theat (Rennes) – Sels (Strasbourg) – Dejaegere (Toulouse): 5 points
57. Marchetti, Leroy (AC-Ajaccio) – Bentaleb (Anges) – Neto Borges (Clermont-F.) – Samba, Machado (Lens) – Andre Gomes, Ismailli, Ounas (Lille) – nder (Marseille) – Embolo (Monaco) ) ) – Atal, Dante (Nice) – Donnarumma (Paris-SG) – Traore (Rennes): 4 points
72. El Idrissi, Kon, Youssef (AC-Ajaccio) – Doumbia (Angers) – Jubal (Auxerre) – Chardonnet, Del Castillo, Dari, Belkebla (Brest) – Vietesca, Seidou (Clermont-F.) – Chevalier, Bayou, Gomes, Diakit (Lille) – Kalulu (Lorient) – Caqueret, Tet (Lyon) – Balerdi, Pau Lopez (Marseille) – Diatta, Ben Segir, Badiachile, Camara (Monaco) – Wahi, Maouassa, Sakho, Sacco, Cozza (Montpellier) ) ) – Girotto, Guessand (Nantes) – Thuram-Ulien (Nice) – Mukiele, Markinhos, Verratti (Paris-SG) – Gravillon, Flips, Agbadou, Faes (Reims) – Kalimuendo, Santamaria, Rodon (Rennes) – Diarra, Rouault, Nicolaisen (Toulouse) – Lopes, Gallon (Troyes): 3 points
119. Andre (Lille) – Mvogo (Lorient) – Schmeichel (Nice) – Ruiz (Paris-SG) – Ripart (Troyes): 2 points
124. Quilichini (AC-Ajaccio) – Boufal (Angers) – Janvier (Auxerre) – Duverne, Le Duaron, Bizot (Brest) – Kyei, Allevinah, Diaw, Gonalons, Khaoui, Andric (Clermont-F.) – David Costa, Medina (Lens) – Fonte, Yazici, Zedadka (Lille) – Mannone, Ponsot, Talbi, Laporte, Le Goff, Diarra (Loryen) – Lepenant, Thiago Mendes (Lyon) – Rongier, Surez, Guendouzi, Dieng (Marseille) – Ferri , Omlin, Kamara (Montpellier) – Simon, Blas, Ganago (Nantes) – Barkley, Delort (Nice) – Vitinha, Soler (Paris-SG) – Matusiva (Reims) – Truffert, Mandanda (Rennes) – Dukoure, Aholou, Gameyro (Strasbourg) – Chavalerin, Yade, Tardieu, Lis, Odobert (Troyes): 1 point

Ranking by clubs: the podium is ahead…

1. Paris-SG – 102 points
2. Lens – 83 points
3. Marseille – 81 points
4. “Lille” – 57 points
5. Rennes – 53 points
6. Monaco – 51 points
7. “Lyon” – 43 points
8. Lorient – 40 points
9. Toulouse – 33 points
10. Beautiful – 28 points
11. Montpellier – 27 points
12. AC-Ajaccio – 24 points
13. Nantes – 22 points
14. Auxerre, Troyes – 19 points
16. Strasbourg, Brest, Reims – 18 points
19. Clermont-F. – 16 points
20. Furies – 8 points

This was a typical team for day 19 of Ligue 1. See you on Sunday January 29th to discover the typical team for Day 20!

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