Typical L1 team – Day 13 – Soccer
Neymar, who was in great form against Troyes, is considered the best player of the day. Especially his teammate Messi, Lensois Openda, Niois Atal, Lyonnais Lopes and Rennais Terrier also stood out this weekend and appeared in the 13th edition of the typical Maxifoot team.
Neymar 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. Kasper Schmeichel (Beautiful)
13. Neto Borges (Clermont)
14. Nicolas Tagliafico (Lyon)
15. Lovro Majer (Rennes)
16. Carlos Soler (Paris SG)
17. Kevin Gameiro (Strasbourg)
18. Bamba Dieng (Marseille)
Player of the day: Neymar (Paris SG)
A goal, a crucial assist and some classy gestures… the Brazilian genius had a great day against Troyes! The available, Parisian striker took the game on his own and his possession often made the difference. His passes, too, such as his suggestion for Soler in the Paris equalizer and that brilliant roulette pass to Mbappa, which was not far behind. This allows PSG to take the lead with a goal in the second half with an uncontrolled shot.
Anthony Lopez (Lyon)
Without their goalkeeper, I’m not sure Olympique Lyonnais would have come away with three points against Lille. Or even with a point… The Portuguese goalkeeper, who was decisive twice in the first half, made two more valuable saves in front of Angel Gomes and David after the break when the score was 0-0. His team almost scored this goal for the win. So precious…
Youcef Atal (Beautiful)
Atal raised his partners at the end of the first period in the match against Lorient. He could have tied the score after his first solo rush, but Mvogo closed his legs well. On the other hand, the Lorient goalkeeper could not do anything in the second Algerian festival. Note also Barkley’s crucial pass shortly after the kickoff.
Arthur’s Theater (Rennes)
Strong matchup against Montpellier for centre-back. Competent, the Belgian won most of his duels and prevented opposing attackers from entering the area.
Castello Lukeba (Lyon)
The young defender showed a good game against Lille. If Weah gave him some problems in the first half, he made up for it later by winning most of his duels. Tagliafico was a valuable asset, compensating for his climbs.
Deiver Machado (Lens)
The left piston delivered a great game against Toulouse. The Colombian scored the save against Dejaegere in the first round in an oven and grinder. He also took some good shots. It’s no coincidence that we’ve seen more Toulouse games from his side since his release.
Martin Terrier (Rennes)
With a goal and a crucial assist against Montpellier, the Rennes striker capped off a great October. He cleared the situation after quarter of an hour by stopping Majer’s header from a free-kick. In the game, he was again invaluable in combining in small spaces and set up Gouiri perfectly for Rennes’ third goal.
Lionel Messi (Paris SG)
La Pulga confirmed his good form against Troyes. In the first round, the Argentinian missed the race, which allowed Troy to open up space in the defense. The former Barcelona man then stepped on the accelerator after the break to equalize with a pinpoint strike before scoring Neymar’s third Paris goal.
Hamza Sakhi (Oser)
The Auxerre midfielder, who was insufferable against AC Ajaccio, relished it. Above all, with this strike, Auxerre rolled from the right in the skylight that presented the first victory in two months. And with technically sound choices and inspired initiatives. He could even double with a bent shot.
Mama Bald (Troyes)
Despite his team’s defeat, the Trojan forward had a very good performance against PSG. The Bissaoguinen international caused real problems for the Paris defenders with his pace and dribbling. He scored a great goal with a powerful recovery in the box before doubling himself.
Lois Openda (Lens)
The Lensois striker, who appeared in the 55th minute of the match against Toulouse, scored a hat-trick to free his team. A well-placed header for the first goal, the Belgian showed his flair and movement in the last two games, accompanied by impeccable finishing.
Rating: Messi dominates L1…
1. Messi (Paris-SG): 24 points
2. Neymar (Paris-SG): 16 points
3. Mbemba (Marseille): 13 points
4. Danso (Lens) – Mbappe (Paris-SG): 12 points
6. Terrier (Rennes): 11 points
7. Abdul Samad, Fofana (Lens) – David, Cabella (Lille) – Moffi (Lorient) – Lopes (Lyon): 9 points
13. Sotoca (Lens) – Disasi (Monaco): 8 points
15. Ouattara, Le Fe (Loryan) – Lukeba, Tagliafico (Lyon) – Nuno Tavares (Marseille) – Lafont (Nantes) – Hakimi (Paris-SG): 7 points
22. Kostil, Sakhi (Auxerre) – Frankovski (Lens) – Toko Ekambi (Lyon) – Klaus (Marseille) – Kayu Henrique (Monaco) – Savigny (Montpellier) – Guiry (Rennes) – Bellegarde (Strasbourg) – van, Abukhlal ( Toulouse) – Kelal (Troyes): 6 points
34. Bentaleb (Ange) – Machado, Openda (Lens) – Ounas, Ismailli, Andre Gomes (Lille) – Lacazette (Lyon) – Sanchez (Marseille) – Fofana (Monaco) – Atal, Pepe (Nice) – Pereira, Donnarumma ( Paris-SG) – Theater (Rennes): 4 points
48. Kon, Marchetti, Youssef (AC-Ajaccio) – Doumbia (Angers) – Jubal (Auxerre) – Belkebla, Dari, Del Castillo, Belali (Brest) – Vietesca (Clermont-F.) – Samba (Lens) – Diakit, Chevalier (Lille) – Kalulu (Lorient) – Tet (Lyon) – Balerdi, Pau Lopez (Marseille) – Badiashile, Golovin, Ben Yedder, Camara (Monaco) – Sakho, Maouassa, Vahi, Sacko, Cozza (Montpellier) – Girotto, Guessand (Nantes) – Todibo (Nice) – Verratti, Mendes, Markinhos (Paris-SG) – Gravillon, Faes (Reims) – Rodon, Santamaria, Kalimuendo, Bourrigeaud, Traor (Rennes) – Nicolaisen, Dup (Toulouse) – Gallon ( Troyes): 3 points
90. Gomes (Lille) – Mvogo (Lorient) – Embolo (Monaco) – Schmeichel (Nice) – Ruiz (Paris-SG) – Baloqun (Reims) – Dejaegere (Toulouse) – Ripart (Troyes): 2 points
98. Leroy, Cuilicini (AC-Ajaccio) – Boufal (Angers) – Janvier (Auxerre) – Duverne, Bizot, Le Duaron (Brest) – Andric, Xavi, Neto Borges, Gonalons (Clermont F.) – Medina (Lens) – Zedadka, Andre, Writer (Lille) – Laporte, Diarra, Talbi, Le Goff, Ponceau (Lorient) – Lepenant, Thiago Mendes (Lyon) – Dieng, Surez, Gigot, Guendouzi (Marseille) – Omlin (Montpellier) – Simon, Blas , Ganago (Nantes) – Delort (Nice) – Soler, Vitinia (Paris-SG) – Agbadou (Reims) – Majer, Mandanda (Rennes) – Gameiro, Aholou, Sels (Strasbourg) – Lis, Odobert, Tardieu, Yade (Troyes) ): 1 point
Ranking by clubs: PSG alone in the world, Lyon takes …
1. Paris-SG – 80 points
2. Lens – 56 points
3. “Lille” – 41 points
4. Marseille – 40 points
5. Lyon, Rennes – 38 points
7. Lorient – 33 points
8. Monaco – 32 points
9. Montpellier – 22 points
10. Toulouse – 20 points
11. Auxerre, Nantes – 16 points
13. Troyes, Brest – 15 points
15. Beautiful – 14 points
16. AC-Ajaccio – 11 points
17. Strasbourg, Reims – 9 points
19. Furies – 8 points
20. Clermont-F. – 7 stitches
This was a typical team for day 13 of Ligue 1. See you next Sunday to discover the typical team for Day 14!