World news – Review of lap 19: Poch takes the first PSG win, but OL is leading


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Pochettino, who was a central defender at PSG between 2001 and 2003, was frustrated in his first game after taking over from Thomas Tuchel as coach last Wednesday. His side drew against AS Saint-Étienne last Wednesday, but the champions were untied on Saturday and ran out 3-0 winners against Brest with Moise Kean, Mauro Icardi and Pablo Sarabia on target.

« You have to go little by little, » said the Argentine after his first three-point move. « Mauro has just come back from an injury and was accepted back into the group a few days ago. It is very good for his confidence to score as he did for Sarabia. I expect all the players to have problems choosing the one Give group.  » Team. « 

Lyon made it into the 19th round with a three-point cushion against the defending champions, but had to rely on two goals in the last 10 minutes against Stade Rennais FC. Memphis Depay and Jason Denayer followed up with a draw former OL man Clément Grenier and Benjamin Bourigeaud seemed to have put the Bretons on an easy road.

« We made a lot of mistakes, » complained coach Rudi Garcia after the game. « We gave Rennes a lot of possession and they were More determined than us for almost an hour. We did fight back, however, and that’s a really good point. I’m glad we could keep it up and: « make sure we’re autumn champions. »

LOSC completes the podium in the technical half of the season. Les Dogues didn’t have everything in their own way at bottom club Nîmes Olympique, but Burak Yilmaz’s first-half goal – his ninth since joining Besiktas in the summer – was nonetheless enough to separate the teams at the Stade des Costières.

« I think about the win, the goal scored and the fact that we didn’t concede a goal, » said a more philosophical Christophe Galtier. « The conditions weren’t easy and it wasn’t a great game, but I remember that after 19 games we have 39 points and that’s a very good path. The group is hungry and ambitious. »

Monaco are 33 Points after the comfortable 3-0 win against Angers SCO at the Stade Louis II not far behind. Kevin Volland was in great shape, supporting goals from Guillermo Maripan and Stevan Jovetic, who scored his own goal – the ninth of the season.

As impressive as Volland was, only PSG’s Kylian Mbappé can with Stade de’s Boulaye Dia Keeping Reims at the top of the scorers list. The Senegalese put up their eleventh and twelfth goals of the season when the Champagne club beat AS Saint-Étienne 3-1.

Perhaps the biggest winners and losers at both ends of the table were Dijon FCO and Olympique de Marseille, despite being in Stade Gaston Gérard drew goalless. The percentage of points was enough for Dijon to pull out of the automatic relegation places, but Marseille fell from the European places for the first time since Round 12.

FC Lorient replaced Lorient alongside Nîmes in the drop zone, though Last season’s Ligue 2 BKT winners unfortunately lost 2-1 at Girondins de Bordeaux. Rémi Oudin scored a brace for the hosts but Terem Moffi was only the width of the post from a double and Adrian Grbic had ruled out a late equalizer.
RC Strasbourg Alsace won for the third time in five games, Habib Diallo giving them a 1-0 win over RC Lens, while Montpellier Hérault SC and FC Nantes and FC Metz drew 1-1 in midfield OGC Nice, the latter of those who leave Raymond Domenech’s Canaris just three points over Dijon and occupy the relegation play-off place.



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