Louis Mafouta, very touched at Prime’s microphone: “I don’t know how to let go”
“Frustrated with the image of the season. I don’t know how to let go. We conceded two goals in the last 10 minutes, where we have to be the strongest mentally, unfortunately we let go today. I’m very disappointed. We could have believed in the maintenance, but here we missed the boat again, it’s going to be hard.”
It’s over on the four lawns!
End of this multiplex of the 35th day of Ligue 1. Brest wins against Clermont despite a numerical inferiority (2-0). Reims wins on the lawn of Lorient (2-1), ASM easily has Angers (2-0) while Metz concedes a draw on the lawn of Montpellier (2-2). In the standings, the Garnets remain last and are close to relegation. ASM, for its part, comes back up to third place. Clermont and Lorient are still not immune to a descent into Ligue 2.
Metz gets caught!
It is cruel for the Messins. The Garnets are joined in the additional time of the meeting following a slip by Kouyaté. It was Wahi who took the opportunity to equalise.
Nice stop from Bizot
The Clermontois could have revived following Allevinah’s strike but Bizot made a good save.
Souquet revives Montpellier
Montpellier will put pressure on Metz in these last moments. Just after Nguette’s bar, Arnaud Souquet is more clinical and places a perfect header on a cross from Ristic.
The bar for Nguette
The Messins were very close to scoring a third goal on the lawn of Montpellier. Opa Nguette had managed to get the better of the Hérault defense but the Grenats striker saw his shot pushed over the crossbar.
Exceptional stop by Mandréa
Wissam Ben Yedder is perfectly served by Badiashile. The French striker controls and continues but Anthony Mandréa makes a superb save.
Metz doubles the bet
Barely entered the game, Louis Mafouta finds the net on a comical action. Mikelbrencis against a ball from the face, it returns to the feet of Mafouta who finishes in first intention. The Garnets are getting closer to a major success.
Nguette comes into play
Frédéric Antonetti makes a double change. Didier Lamkel Zé is out and replaced by Opa Nguette. Nicolas De Préville is also replaced. Louis Mafouta replaces him.
Fulgini’s shot misses the target
It was a great opportunity to put doubt in the minds of the Monegasques. Angelo Fulgini tries his luck with a flat foot just outside Nubel’s area but his shot flirts with the ASM goalkeeper’s right post.
Ben Yedder scores!
Wissam Ben Yedder scores his 21st goal of the season and sets a new personal best in a season. ASM make the break against Angers.
Brest doubles the bet
Incredible! The Brestois score a second goal while the Clermontois are on the numerical superiority. It was Florent Ogier who scored against his side after a header from Steve Mounié previously served by Belaili.
Brest open the scoring
It’s the cold shower for the Clermontois. LIlian Brassier scores an opportunistic goal against Ouparine Djoco. The Bretons pass in front as they have been outnumbered since the 22nd minute.
El Bilal Touré restores the advantage to Reims
While they had been dominated since returning from the locker room, the Rémois returned to Lorient thanks to a goal from El Bilal Touré.
Yellow card for Kamory Doumbia
The young midfielder from Reims is warned after a poorly controlled tackle on Enzo Le Fée.
Another goal disallowed for Monaco
This time, it was Ben Yedder who was denied a goal again for offside after another mess.
Change also for Clermont
Pascal Gastien also made a change at halftime for Brest-Clermont. Ghanaian midfielder Abdul Samed replaced Yohan Magnin.
Jaboks replaced Diop
At the Louis II stadium, Philippe Clement made a change at halftime. Sofiane Diop gave way to Jakobs.
Monaco thought to double the bet
It will not be two to zero for the Monegasques. Kevin Volland thought he had scored but the assistant referee raised his flag for an offside position.
What a stop from Caillard
It also goes very quickly on the lawn of Montpellier. The Messins suffer but Marc-Aurèle Caillard makes a superb parade.
What an opportunity for Lorient
A few seconds of play at Moustoir and already a huge opportunity to take the lead for Lorient and Terem Moffi. Rajkovic saved his people.
Here we go again
Start of the second period on the four lawns of this multiplex of the 35th day of Ligue 1. Monaco and Metz lead. Lorient, Reims, Brest and Clermont are back to back.
It’s halftime on the four lawns
End of the first period on the four lawns of this multiplex of the 35th day of Ligue 1. ASM leads against Angers as does Metz on the lawn of Montpellier. Lorient and Reims are back to back. Same case between Brest and Clermont. The Bretons are reduced to 10.
Bamba scores against his side. Monaco open the scoring
It took a twist of fate for ASM to unlock the score in this match against Angers. After a mess caused by Fofana, Abdoulaye Bamba accidentally pushes the ball into his own net.
Goal disallowed for Montpellier
Wahi was celebrating his goal but the assistant referee raises his flag for an offside position.
Kevin Volland takes a yellow
The German striker of ASM takes a yellow card because of a poorly controlled tackle.
Matazo takes his chance
On a badly pushed back corner, the Monegasque midfielder Matazo hits in first intention with a volley but narrowly misses the frame of Mandréa.
Moffi’s sensational goal
Moffi does Messi! The Lorient striker scores an exceptional goal from his own side. Terem Moffi eliminates several defenders before dribbling the Reims goalkeeper and concluding. The Hakes return to Reims.
Yellow card for Belaili
Algerian international Youcef Belaili is shown a yellow card after a foul on Clermont side Akim Zedadka.
Metz very close to the station wagon
Nicolas de Préville is served by Mikelbrencis. The former Bordelais takes over in first intention but crosses his shot too much. It was an opportunity to lead by two goals in this meeting for the Garnets.
Metz returns to Bordeaux in the standings
This goal by Thomas Delaine allows, for the moment, the Grenats to move up to 19th and relegate Bordeaux to last place before the Girondins match at 5 p.m. against Nice.
Metz open the scoring in Montpellier
Thomas Delaine gives Metz the advantage on the lawn of Montpellier with a subtle shot from the flat foot. Bertaud can do nothing.
Del Castillo is excluded
Romain Del Castillo will leave Brest at 10 for more than an hour in this match against Clermont. The former Rennais is guilty of a too high sole on Jodel Dossou.
Zeneli unblocks this multiplex
Arber Zenelli finds the net thanks to El Bilal Touré who serves him perfectly. The Reims striker only has to conclude and open the scoring.
Nice save from Djoco
On a nice shot from Paul Lasne, the Clermont goalkeeper Ouparine Djoco made a nice save to push back for a corner. Behind the Clermont goalkeeper must still work to ward off the danger.
Already a change for Metz
Fabien Centonze must give up his place because he seems injured. He is replaced by Mikelbrencis. First blow for the Garnets in this match.
What an opportunity for Ben Yedder
What an opportunity for Ligue 1 third top scorer Wissam Ben Yedder. The French striker finds himself alone against Mandrea but completely misses the target.
Good start to Angers
Since the start of the meeting between Monaco and Angers, it is the Angevins who have the ball and who are melting the game against the Monegasques who are waiting to attack on the counter.
Big opportunity for Brest
The Clermontois were hot. On an overflow from Lilian Brassier, the Brest side tries a cross but no one can resume.
The post for Montpellier
The English striker from Montpellier, Stephy Mavididi takes a cross from the right at the near post but his attempt ends on the post of Marc-Aurèle Caillard.
First big chance for Angers
The first to shine in this multiplex of the 35th day of Ligue 1 are the Angevins in Monaco. Jakolis takes a cross from the penalty spot but just misses the target.
The kick-off of this multiplex of the 35th day of Ligue 1 has just been given on the four lawns concerned. Monaco-Angers, Brest-Clermont, Montpellier-Metz and Lorient-Reims have just started.
Kick-off is approaching
The kick-off of this 35th day of Ligue 1 mutliplex will start in less than 10 minutes now.
The race to maintain at the heart of this multiplex
This is the big issue of this multiplex of the 35th day of Ligue 1. Four out of the eight teams playing this afternoon are concerned by the maintenance. FC Metz, which travels to Montpellier, is even playing its survival in the top flight. If the Garnets don’t win, the mission will be nearly impossible. Clermont, Angers and Lorient could take to the air if successful.
Hello everyone and welcome to the RMC Sport website to follow the multiplex of the 35th day of Ligue 1 live. Four matches on the program: Brest-Clermont, Lorient-Reims, Monaco-Angers and Montpellier-Brest.