Marseille 1 – 1 Lille: A game with not so interesting draw from both clubs

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In the 47th minute, the visitors took the lead through Luiz Araujo, and in the 85th minute, Valere Germain equalized.

Interestingly, Marseille entered the season with two wins away, beating champion PSG (1-0) at the Princes’ Park, but he earned just one point in the next two home appearances. Tonight against Lille, though he lost to St Etienne in the last round at the Velodrome.

St Ettiene played away to Nantes 2-2 after three straight wins without conceding a goal. The visitors were leading 2-0 and it appeared they would go on until the fourth win, but in the last 20 minutes, Nantes managed to equalize.

The scorers were Moses Simon (71) and Renaud Emond (85) for the home team while Adil Aouchiche (2) and Yvan Macon (66) scored for Saint-Etienne.

Montpellier persuaded with a 4-1 victory over the Anger. Souquet (18), Delort (43, 60), and Mollet (86) were the scorers for the hosts, who registered their third victory this season, while Bahoken (25) scored the away goal. The entire game was played by Mateo Pavlović for the guests.

In the derby, Strasbourg beat Dijon 1-0 in the 80th minute with a goal from Stefan Mitrović, winning the season’s first points while Dijon is still on “empty.”

Metz posted the first victory over Reims with a 2-1. The match’s hero was double scorer Ibrahim Niane scoring in the 88th minute for the deciding goal. The first came in the 18th minute, while Dia scored from a penalty kick in the 43rd minute for the visitors.

The day before, after beating Bordeaux 2-1 at home in the 4th round, the Lens players registered their third win in a row, while Monaco, led by Croatian coach Niko Kovač, lost 1-2 away to Rennes, while they lost.

A goal led by Wissam Ben Yedder (28) to 81st minute. But Steven N’Zonzi (81) and Adrien Truffert (90 + 2) will carry the host a turnaround and victory at the end of the game.

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