Paris SG, who played more than half an hour to ten, were held in check (0-0) in Marseille during the L1 classic, a few hours after the rebounds of Lens and Monaco and the stunning success of Nice against Lyon, Sunday during the 11th day.
. At ten, Paris concedes a draw
Reduced to ten after the exclusion of Achraf Hakimi at the start of the second half (57th), Paris SG failed to win but preserved the essential by keeping its clean sheet. OM, which has been chasing a success in its garden against its enemy since November 2011, missed the boat by lacking in realism (1 shot on target in 15).
The first period, marked by a great intensity of intensity and other, was quite spectacular if it ended with a zero and blank score.
PSG should have opened the scoring on a goal against his camp of Luan Peres, but it was refused by the VAR for an offside from Neymar (14th). This woke up OM, who had fallen asleep a little after thunderous first minutes. Arkadiusz Milik believed to give the advantage to the Phocéens, but his but was also canceled by the video assistance for an offside of Pol Lirola, who had served him (21st).
Despite the Parisian domination, Marseille goalkeeper Pau Lop was not often requested but he was decisive on the head of Lionel Messi (26th) and against Neymar (31st).
The exclusion of Hakimi, for a fault on Cengiz Under at the edge of the surface after intervention of the VAR (57th), complicated the Parisian task and gave wings to OM, which however lacked efficiency, like a header from Valentin Rongier just off (65th) or a missed recovery from Konrad de la Fuente, yet alone at the far post (77th).
PSG however remained threatening against, as on this overflow from Mbappé, who served Neymar in withdrawal but the Brazilian’s shot was controlled (78th). Launched in depth by Messi, the French international was then taken superbly by William Saliba (83rd).
. Nice reverse Lyon
Nice, 2-0, overthrew Lyon in the last moments (3-2). OL, who completely mastered the match for 80 minutes with goals from Karl Toko-Ekambi (35th) and Houssem Aouar (68th), cracked in the final and even finished ten after the exclusion of Tino Kadewere ( 85th).
The entry of Youcef Atal was decisive: he first reduced the score (81st), before causing a penalty converted by Andy Delort (89th) then being the source of the third goal signed Evann Guessand (90th +2).
Nice is temporarily back on the podium (3rd with 19 points), while Lyon suffered a stoppage (9th, 16 pts).
. Monaco is relaunching
Defeated in Lyon last weekend, Monaco revived by outclassing Montpellier 3-1 after a match mastered almost from start to finish. The Monegasques stunned the MHSC with two quick goals from Kevin Volland (12th) and Wissam Ben Yedder (17th), before Gelson Martins widened the gap (61st). Téji Savanier reduced the score from the penalty spot (81st).
ASM goes back to 8th place (17 points), just two lengths from third, Nice.
. Lens recovers in front of his audience
Lens, beaten last Sunday in Montpellier, bounced back and consolidated its place as runner-up to Paris SG by largely beating FC Metz (4-1).
The Sang et Or did not miss their reunion with the public, back at the Bollaert stadium after two games behind closed doors due to the incidents that occurred during the derby against Lille in mid-September.
. Rennes pass the fifth
Rennes snatched its fifth consecutive victory in all competitions, including 3 in L1, by defeating Strasbourg (1-0).
The Bretons climb to fourth place with 18 units on the clock.
. Troyes continues, Bordeaux and Lorient neutralize each other
Finally, Troyes won (2-1) with its neighbor Reims and Bordeaux brought back a significant draw from Lorient (1-1).