French Football Roundup: Lens, Marseille, Lille, and Monaco in Action

Lons defeated his guest, Ajaccio, with three clean goals, which were scored by Colombian Diver Machado (16), Adrian Thomason (22), and Belgian Luis Obenda (34 from a penalty kick), raising his tally to 20 goals this season.

Lens raised its score to 81 points in second place, ahead of Marseille III with 73 points, which lost to its guest Brest with a goal by Congolese Democratic Chancel Mbemba (75) against two goals by Hugo Maneti (57) and Mehdi Camara (81).

Marseille will play the knockout stages of the prestigious continental competition.

Lille revived its hopes of securing a continental card by defeating its guest Nantes 2-1, taking advantage of Monaco’s loss to Rennes 0-2.

Lille turned the tables on Nantes, turning it behind with a goal by Quentin Merlin (17), to win a double for his Canadian international striker Jonathan David, from two penalty kicks in the 48th and 88th minutes, raising his score to 24 goals, third on the scorers list.

Lille snatched the fourth place that qualifies for the European League competition “Europa League” next season from Monaco, after raising its score to 66 points, a point ahead of the emirate’s team, which fell to sixth place, on goal difference, behind Rennes, who finished fifth, qualifying for the Conference League competition.

Croatian Lovro Mayer (52) and Algerian-born Amine Guerre (73) scored Rennes’ goals.

2023-05-27 21:29:38

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