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Thanks to his superb performance against Brest, Walter Benitez from Niois is the player of the day. The Lyonnais Bruno Guimaraes and Lucas Paqueta, then the Strasbourgeois Ludovic Ajorque in particular, also distinguished themselves and appear in the 20th edition of the final standard team of Maxifoot.


Walter Benitez was excellent for Nice.

As in past seasons, after each day of the championship, Maxifoot composes its standard team. The best “eleven” and seven replacements are chosen based on their performance. Holders get three points, substitutes get one point.

Reminder of the results of this 20th day (07/01/2022 to 09/01/2022): Bordeaux 0-1 Marseille, Lens 1-0 Rennes, Brest 0-3 Nice, Metz 0-2 Strasbourg, Clermont 0-0 Reims, Nantes 0-0 Monaco, Lyon 1-1 Paris Saint-Germain + late matches of 01/19/2022 and 01/26/2022: Lille 3-1 Lorient, Montpellier 0-1 Troyes, Angers 0-1 Saint-Etienne.

Compared to the standard team published on January 9, 2022, Lille central defender Sven Botman and Trojan midfielder Xavier Chavalerin take the places of Kevin Danso and Pedro Chirivella on the bench.


12. Predrag Rajkovic (Reims)
13. Duje Caleta-Car (Olympique de Marseille)
14. Sven Botman (Lille)
15. Xavier Chavalerin (Troyes)
16. Cengiz nder (Olympique de Marseille)
17. Justin Kluivert (OGC Nice)
18. Kasper Dolberg (OGC Nice)

In details:

Player of the day: Walter Benitez (OGC Nice)

A great performance! The OGC Nice goalkeeper is disgusted with his opponents. From the start of the game, the Argentinian pulled out all the stops twice to win ahead of Mouni then Le Douaron. Subsequently, with the numerical inferiority of his team, the goalkeeper of the Aiglons was under pressure but released a beautiful serenity in his interventions, the image of his parries on two heads of Hrelle and Agoum then a shot of Le Douaron. Again after the break, the Niois was excellent by taking out a free kick from Faivre.

Jonathan Clauss (RC Lens)

In his right piston role, the RC Lens side was particularly generous. Always interesting in his crosses, he also had a good presence on the defensive level, to help Gradit against Terrier or Majer. Always available to participate in the game of his family, the Frenchman was up to it. At the end of the game, he was rewarded for his efforts with this decisive pass on Sad’s goal.

Gerzino Nyamsi (Strasbourg)

With the significant absences in the defensive sector of Strasbourg, the young central defender has perfectly taken on the role of boss. Dominant in the duels, the former Rennais released a real serenity in his interventions and was never in difficulty against the opposing attackers. Powerful and solid, he multiplied the scraped balloons with authority.

Marquinhos (Paris Saint Germain)

Fortunately, the central defender of Paris Saint-Germain remains efficient… Because faced with the difficulties of his team, the Ile-de-France captain very often compensates for the breaches left by his partners. In depth, the Brazilian has regularly seconded Dagba, in particular to come back to Aouar or Dembl. Even offensively, he was close to reviving his team with a subtle lob well released by Lopes. Again in the last moments, the Parisian was impeccable against Cherki.

Luan Peres (Olympic Marseille)

The Brazilian did the job. Despite a few outbursts from Elis in his lane after the break, the versatile defender from Olympique de Marseille put in a good performance against Bordeaux, notably with several quality openings to find his attackers in depth. A good confirmation.

Bruno Guimaraes (Olympique Lyonnais)

A great performance for the Olympique Lyonnais midfielder! In the midfield, the Brazilian international had an impressive volume of play with an effective contribution to recovery. Real poison in his pressing for the Parisians, the Lyonnais was also inspired on the technical level with precise passes in construction. And of course, he sublimated his copy with this magic opening to allow Paqueta to open the score.

Matto Guendouzi (Olympic Marseille)

A match for the player loaned by Arsenal. Systematically on the move, the Olympique de Marseille midfielder made his Bordeaux counterparts run a lot, who failed to curb his influence. His incessant activity has enabled the Marseille club to always be in action. High level.

Pablo Rosario (OGC Nice)

Favorite Thuram in the midfield, the OGC Nice midfielder justified the confidence of his coach Christophe Galtier on this meeting. Immediately in the right rhythm with a dangerous long shot repelled by Bizot, he was dominating. Powerful in the duels, the Dutchman also delighted with his technical quality to participate in the Aiglons’ offensives, like an incredible crossbar on the occasion of Gouiri before the break. Note his work on recovery to allow the action to open the scoring.

Lucas Paqueta (Olympique Lyonnais)

On this beautiful poster, the Olympique Lyonnais midfielder answered present! Aligned on the right side, the Brazilian was actually very free in his movements. Immediately in the right rhythm, the former Milanese found the fault from the start of the game on a cross shot after an opening from Guimaraes. Thereafter, he was impeccable in his defensive efforts and was his technical advantage in the game. Even less brilliant after the break, the Gone was fair.

Ludovic Ajorque (Strasbourg)

In line with his good start to the season, the Strasbourg striker was decisive in allowing his side to win against Metz. Immediately dangerous, the former Clermontois was defeated by Caillard. But active and inspired, the center forward opened the scoring with a header from a cross from Bellegarde. Then at the end of the game, he was the author of a subtle decisive pass of the head for Aholou. Decisive.

Amine Gouiri (OGC Nice)

An interesting copy for the OGC Nice striker. Rather discreet in the first few minutes, the former Lyonnais was more interesting after his repositioning on the right side following the expulsion of Schneiderlin. With his technical quality, the Frenchman relieved the Aiglons in numerical inferiority and launched several dangerous actions. Before half-time, we can regret his missed opportunity in front of Bizot… But he made up for it with his decisive pass for Delort’s goal. Before offering a small festival with this goal at the end of the meeting.

Ranking: Savanier still the leader

1. Savanier (Montpellier): 22 points
2. Marquinhos (Paris-SG): 19 points
3. Guendouzi (Marseille): 18 points
4. Clauss (Lens) – Gouiri (Nice) – Mbappe (Paris-SG): 16 points
7. Lopes (Lyon): 15 points
8. Laborde (Montpellier 1 pts, then Rennes): 14 points
9. Lafont (Nantes) – Hakimi (Paris-SG): 13 points
11. Boufal (Angers) – Caio Henrique (Monaco): 12 points
13. Gueye (Paris-SG): 11 points
14. Fofana, Frankowski (Lens) – Dante, Todibo (Nice) – Sulemana (Rennes): 10 points
19. David (Lille) – Bruno Guimares (Lyon) – Luan Peres, Payet (Marseille) – Bentez (Nice) – Konan (Reims) – Aguerd, Majer, Martin (Rennes) – Thomasson, Ajorque (Strasbourg): 9 points
30. Sakho (Montpellier) – Girotto (Nantes) – Herrera (Paris-SG) – Traor (Rennes) – Nyamsi (Strasbourg): 8 points
35. Le Douaron (Brest) – Lucas Paquet (Lyon) – Blas (Nantes) – Dolberg (Nice) – Faes (Reims) – Diallo (Strasbourg): 7 points
41. Cabot (Angers) – Faivre, Pierre-Gabriel (Brest) – Doucoure (Lens) – nder, Dieng, Saliba (Marseille) – Kouyate, Centonze (Metz) – Diop, Tchouamni (Monaco) – Ferri (Montpellier) – Kolo Muani (Nantes) – Atal, Thuram-Ulien (Nice) – Verratti (Paris-SG) – Abdelhamid (Reims) – Bourigeaud, Tait, Terrier (Rennes): 6 points
61. Bernardoni (Angers) – Oudin (Bordeaux) – Botman (Lille) – Rajkovic (Reims) – Green (St-Etienne): 5 points
66. Traor (Angers) – A. Elis, Hwang, Pembele (Bordeaux) – Bizot (Brest) – Bayo (Clermont-F.) – Sad, Kalimuendo (Lens) – Caqueret, Emerson (Lyon) – Rongier (Marseille) – Traore (Metz) – Ben Yedder, Volland (Monaco) – Souquet, Mavididi (Montpellier) – Delort (Montpellier 3 pts, then Nice) – Kluivert (Nice) – Messi, Neymar (Paris-SG) – Ekitike (Reims) – Truffert , Gomis (Rennes) – Khazri, Boudebouz, Sow (St-Etienne) – Sels (Strasbourg): 4 points
93. Petkovic, Fulgini (Angers) – Briand, Costil, Mexer (Bordeaux) – Chardonnet, Honorat (Brest) – Rashani, Seidu, Berthomier, N’Simba (Clermont-F.) – Danso, Sotoca, Gradit (Lens) – Tiago Djal (Lille) – Le Goff, Moffi (Lorient) – Lukeba, Boateng (Lyon) – Gerson, De La Fuente (Marseille) – Boulaya, Sarr (Metz) – Esteve, Germain, Omlin, Ristic (Montpellier) – Chirivella, Castelletto (Nantes) – Rosario, Bard (Nice) – Kehrer, Diallo, Di Mara, Navas, Donnarumma, Ramos (Paris-SG) – Moreto Cassam (Reims) – Omari (Rennes) – Nordin, Trauco (St-Etienne) – Guilbert, Linard, Sissoko, Djiku (Strasbourg) – Dingome, N’Guessan, Chavalerin, Rami (Troyes): 3 points
142. Leca (Lens) – A. Onana, Andr (Lille) – Lauriente (Lorient) – Aouar (Lyon) – Pau Lpez (Marseille) – Pallois (Nantes) – Gallon (Troyes): 2 points
150. Mangani, Mendy, Cho (Angers) – J. Onana, S. Gregersen, Adli (Bordeaux) – Cardona, Hrelle (Brest) – Djoco, Dossou, Gastien (Clermont-F.) – Hadara (Lens) – Weah, Grbic, Yilmaz, Renato Sanches (Lille) – Monconduit (Lorient) – Denayer, Shaqiri, Toko Ekambi (Lyon) – Pol Lirola, Caleta-Car (Marseille) – Oukidja, de Prville (Metz) – Golovin, Gelson Martins (Monaco) – Mollet (Montpellier) – Simon (Nantes) – Lotomba, Boudaoui, Lemina (Nice) – Meling, Assignon (Rennes) – Gameiro, Perrin (Strasbourg) – Biancone (Troyes): 1 point

Ranking by club: PSG solid ahead of Rennes

1. Paris-SG – 99 points
2. Rennes – 89 points
3.Nice – 78 points
4. Marseille – 68 points
5. Lens – 62 points
6. Montpellier – 61 points
7. Strasbourg – 51 points
8. Lyon – 50 points
9. Nantes – 43 points
10. Angers – 36 points
11. Reims, Monaco – 34 points
13. Brest – 31 points
14. Bordeaux – 29 points
15. Lille – 25 points
16. Metz – 24 points
17. St-Etienne – 23 points
18. Clermont-F. – 19 dots
19. Troyes – 15 points
20. Lorient – 9 points

It was the definitive typical team for the 20th day of Ligue 1. See you on Sunday February 6 to discover the typical team for the 23rd day!