Monday, October 25

European recap: Lille win in Angers to seal first Ligue 1 title in 10 years | League 1

Small stood his ground to claim his first Ligue 1 title in 10 years with top scorer Burak Yilmaz on goal in a 2-1 win at Angers that secured the championship.

Christophe Galtier’s men knew that victory on the road would ensure Paris saint germainresult from far to Brest It was insignificant and the leaders put on a professional display to secure a 24th league win, with Jonathan David’s opener in the 10th minute, a key settler for the visiting team.

One point was all that separated Lille, who suffered a nervous ending after Angelo Fulgini’s goal in injury time, and the Champions League semi-finalists, who failed to win the title for the first time in four years.

While Mauricio Pochettino watched his players seal a victory 26 of 38 in the division, 2-0 after an own goal by Romain Faivre and a goal by Kylian Mbappé, PSG had to settle for second place after losing eight times to throughout the national campaign.

Monaco finished in third place despite a stalemate with Lens after fourth place Lyon lost 3-2 at home to Cute. William Saliba, on loan from Arsenal, was the winner of the Nice match after Karl Toko Ekambi’s two goals for Lyon were annulled first by Kasper Dolberg and then by Hassane Kamara.

Nantes‘2-1 defeats Montpellier I leave you on the descent while Rennes2-0 win Nimes He helped them get past Lens and qualify for the Europa Conference League.

Elsewhere, Dijon won Saint Etienne, Bordeaux I also tasted victory in Reims weather Strasbourg Y Lorient played a 1-1 draw, as did Metz Y Marseilles.

Champions of Serie A Inter de Milan closed his campaign in style with a five-star performance in a 5-1 win over Udinese before lifting the trophy.

Former Premier League stars Ashley Young and Christian Eriksen got the score going in the first half at San Siro before Lautaro Martinez, with a penalty, Ivan Perisic and Romelu Lukaku added more efforts.

Roberto Pereyra pushed back one for Udinese, but Antonio Conte was able to lift the title after a final league win.

There was drama in other parts of Italy with Juventus able to sneak into the Champions League thanks to a 4-1 win in Bologna With Naples being led to a 1-1 draw at home for Verona.

Marco Faraoni’s effort with 21 minutes remaining at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium disallowed Amir Rrahmani’s first goal for the hosts after an hour.

It meant Gennaro Gattuso’s side finished with 77 points and Álvaro Morata’s double helped Juventus to a victory that saw them finish a point ahead of Napoli.

Federico Chiesa and Adrien Rabiot were also right before Riccardo Orsolini secured consolation for Bologna.

There was also drama involving the Rome-based clubs. Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s goal in the 85th minute assured Rome were able to tie 2-2 in spice who qualified them for the Europa Conference League in Pablo Fonseca’s last game before José Mourinho takes over this summer.

With two goals at the break, one point would be enough for the seventh and after Stephan El Shaarawy cut the deficit, Mkhitaryan produced the merchandise at the end for the visitors.

What did it mean Sassuolo missed a place in Europe despite a 2-0 win over Lazio, who finished sixth, while AC Milan they were in debt with a pair of shots from the point of Franck Kessie that took the victory in Atalanta for the same score to take the hosts to second place.

Already relegated Benevento said goodbye to Serie A with a 1-1 draw in Torino, the team that brought them back to the second level of Italian football.

Seville managed to beat their LaLiga points record with a late goal against Deportivo Alaves after Papu Gómez scored in injury time.

Julen Lopetegui’s team reached 77 points while between 0 and 0 grenade Y Getafe.

In the Netherlands, Dick Advocaat retired from directing leading Feyenoord to a 2-0 victory over Utrecht in the Eredivisie play-off to qualify for the Europa Conference League.

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