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The weekend was turbulent on the European football fields: PSG are alone at the top of Ligue 1 after their victory over OL (0-1), Real won the Madrid derby on the grounds of the ‘Atlético (1-2) and Naples hit a blow against AC Milan (1-2). Bayern Munich and Juventus are meanwhile no further after both losses.

PSG only lead in the championship

The Parisians recorded their fourth consecutive Ligue 1 win on Sunday, September 18, by dominating Olympique Lyonnais (6th) at home (0-1) on a goal by Lionel Messi after a serve from Neymar (5th). The flamboyant bond between the two players since the start of the season is enough to rejoice PSG, alone at the top of the championship, as the international break begins.

The Parisians have a two-point lead over Olympique de Marseille (2nd), stopped by Rennes on Sunday at the Vélodrome (1-1), and three points over Lorient (3rd), winner Friday in Auxerre (1-3). Les Merlus, who struggled to stay last season, impresses with six wins in eight league games. RC Lens (4th, 18 points), who tied against FC Nantes (0-0), trail them by one point and AS Monaco (5th, 14 points) remain ambushed, strong in its net success in Reims (0-3 ).

Real Madrid derby winner against Atlético

Real Madrid celebrated in the Metropolitano. The Merengues won the derby in the Spanish capital against Atlético Madrid (1-2) on Sunday thanks to two goals from Rodrygo (18th) and Valverde (36th) despite the reduction of Hermoso’s score (82nd) ​​for the 6th day of Liga . Thus they regain the lead in the standings for FC Barcelona, ​​​​who won Elche on Saturday (3-0).

Thanks to this success on the turf of neighboring Madrid, Real has continued its clear course since the start of the season, with nine wins in a row in all competitions. The reigning Spanish and European champions simultaneously recorded their best start to the championship since the 1987-1988 season.

It should also be noted that Atlético Madrid supporters uttered racial slurs against White House striker Vinicius Jr before and during this match. A week ago, the 22-year-old Brazilian got into an argument with Mallorca players after he celebrated his goal with a dance.

In addition, Betis Sevilla (3rd) and Real Sociedad (8th) – two candidates for European places – beat Girona and Espanyol Barcelona (2-1) respectively. The clash of tacticians between Unai Emery and Julen Lopetegui did not yield a winner: Villarreal and Sevilla FC settled with a draw (1-1).

Union Berlin remains in the lead, Bayern no longer wins

Union Berlin won at home to Wolfsburg (2-0) on Sunday afternoon thanks to their attacking duo Siebatcheu-Becker, and continue their dream start to the season at the top of the Bundesliga with a fifth success in seven days. Urs Fischer’s team is the last unbeaten in the German championship (five wins and two draws). With 17 points, it is two points ahead of Borussia Dortmund (2nd) who won the prestigious “Revierderby” against Schalke.

Bayern Munich (5th, 12 points) can no longer continue in the competition. The Bavarian club lost on Saturday afternoon in Augsburg (1-0) and is not coming out of the bad patch in which it has been in the Bundesliga for several days. After three consecutive draws against Mönchengladbach (1-1), Union Berlin (1-1) and Stuttgart (2-2), here’s a defeat that stains the men of Julian Nagelsmann, their shadow – the same in the league while everything is going perfectly in the Champions League with successes in Milan against Inter (0-2) and at home against FC Barcelona (2-0).


Finally, Freiburg could not do better than a draw at Hoffenheim (0-0) at the end of the 7th match day of the Bundesliga and remains in third place behind the Berliners and the BVB. Hoffenheim took the opportunity to move up to 4th place with 13 points.

Arsenal head strong, City and Tottenham in ambush

Great start to the season for The Gunners. Arsenal resumed their advance on Sunday by winning easily at the Brentford site (0-3) with a goal from the head of their French defender William Saliba. With 18 points, the Gunners are closely followed by Manchester City (2nd) and Tottenham (3rd). The Citizens and the Spurs are 17 points in seven days after their respective successes against Wolverhampton (0-3) and against Leicester (6-2).

If Newcastle knew it would probably be a little early to take part in this year’s Champions League battle, he can’t even get out of the soft underbelly. On Saturday, the Magpies lost two new points at home against Bournemouth (1-1). As a result of this fifth draw of the season in seven games, Newcastle (10th) have the same number of points as their newly promoted Premier League weekend opponent (12th with 8 points),

Finally, three games from the 8th day were postponed to a later date due to events related to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral: Brighton-Crystal Palace, Chelsea-Liverpool and Manchester United-Leeds.

Naples marks the ghosts, Juve bows to a newly promoted

Two clubs top the Serie A at the end of the 7th match day: Naples and Atalanta Bergamo. The Neapolitans impressed by knocking down AC Milan (1-2) in the league for the first time since last January at San Siro – the end of a 22-game streak without a loss. Matteo Politano set his people on track (55th) before Olivier Giroud – honed before finding the Blues – equalized (69th). But Simeone eventually gave the win to Naples (78th). However, the player does not get carried away and made sure not to talk about the battle for the title after the game: “We only think about growing, day after day”.

A single shot on target and a solid defense were enough for Atalanta, less flamboyant but solid, to take a precious victory on the Roma site (0-1), much to the chagrin of José Mourinho, who was ruled out for playing too violently. fine. The “Dea” won thanks to a precise attack by Scalvini (35th). De Giallorossi, robbed at the last minute from Paulo Dybala, collected the equalizer chances, but in vain.

Juve, for its part, are pale after seven days of the championship (four draws and one defeat): the old lady lost to Monza (1-0), who was red lantern before the match. When he said he was “amused” on Saturday by the hypothesis of his dismissal, Massimiliano Allegri, who is in the stands because of his suspension, is in turmoil more than ever after this start of the season, even worse than last year’s average. season. Angel Di Maria embodied the current feverishness of the Bianconeri, barred from an exasperating nudge (40th). At ten o’clock the Bianconeri cracked on a goal from Gytkjaer (74th) and came to make up for their disappointed tifosi. “The fans are not happy, but neither are we,” said Marco Landucci, Allegri’s assistant.

With AFP

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