PSG are walking around, OM in C1, ASSE barragiste, Metz and Bordeaux in Ligue 2

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Paris Saint-Germain ended the 2021-2022 season with a big victory against FC Metz (5-0), Saturday evening at the Parc des Princes, on the occasion of the 38th and last day of Ligue 1.

Kylian Mbappé celebrated his contract extension as it should by signing a hat-trick (25th, 28th, 60th), Neymar (31st) and Angel Di Maria (67th) also having found the net against Grenats reduced to ten in second period. With 86 points, the 2022 French champion ends fifteen lengths ahead of Olympique de Marseille. The Bouches-du-Rhône club played at the Orange Vélodrome against Strasbourg (4-0) on goals from Gerson (32nd, 89th), Cengiz Ünder (73rd) and Cédric Bakambu (93rd). At the same time, Jorge Sampaoli’s players benefited from the draw conceded by AS Monaco at Racing Club de Lens (2-2).


Nice thanks Delort

Led, Philippe Clement’s men thought they would win on goals from Benoit Badiashile (34th) and Wissam Ben Yedder (62nd), but the Sang et Or equalized in stoppage time. Olympique de Marseille (71 pts) qualifies for the group stage of the Champions League, while Monaco (69 pts) will have to go through the third preliminary round. Fourth with 66 points, Stade Rennais was held in check by Lille (2-2) but qualified for the Europa League. The Bretons scored through Benjamin Bourigeaud and Serhou Guirassy, ​​against a brace from Timothy Weah in favor of LOSC. Led 2-0 at Reims, Nice won 3-2 on a hat-trick from Andy Delort and finished fifth on equal points with Rennes. Christophe Galtier’s Aiglons will be in the Europa Conference League.

Hamouma saves the Greens

The maintenance race has also delivered its verdict. Despite a victory in Brest (4-2), Bordeaux was relegated to Ligue 2, a first since 1991. FCGB finished 20th with 31 points tied with FC Metz, 19th. Relegated at kick-off, Saint-Etienne won a play-off place with 32 units. The Greens picked up a point on the field of FC Nantes (1-1). Back to the wall on a penalty from Ludovic Blas in the first period and saved several times by Paul Bernardoni, the players of Pascal Dupraz equalized by Romain Hamouma (79th). ASSE will face AJ Auxerre in a double confrontation.

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