OM slapped by OL (0-3), the Warriors in apnea, Romain Bardet in Bistrot Vélo and Gignac: the news on a set

What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. Football – Ligue 1: OM humiliated at home, arbitration controversy as a bonus

It had to be a gala evening to almost ensure second place. It was a nightmare and a humiliation in order at the Velodrome. Corrected by a suddenly found OL (0-3), OM saw Rennes and Monaco come back like bullets (3 points). Marred by controversial refereeing decisions, this Lyon victory also allows Les Gones to believe in Europe again. Unexpected…

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2. Basketball – NBA: A small point is enough for the happiness of the Warriors

It’s a big sigh of relief that the Warriors pushed on Sunday. After an unbreathable meeting until the last second, the Warriors won at the Grizzlies on a thread, to score the first point in this Western Conference semi-final (116-117). In the East, Milwaukee made its firepower speak to correct the far too clumsy Celtics (89-101).

3. Rugby – Top 14: Toulon continues its crazy rise

It’s a series that never ends. Winner of the UBB on Sunday (16-29), RC Toulon chained a fifth victory in a row to reposition themselves in the race for the Top 6. By the way, the UBB lost its leading position to the detriment of Montpellier. For the Varois, the mission is simple: win the next two matches to hope for a ticket for the play-offs.

Top 14 – Mahamadou Diaby (UBB) and Gabin Villière (Toulon)

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4. Snooker – World Championships: O’Sullivan soars to the title

Imperial, Ronnie O’Sullivan came considerably closer to a seventh world title on Sunday evening. He flew over the second session of the final which opposes him to Judd Trump by winning seven of the nine disputed frames. The world number one now leads 12-5. He only has five frames left to conquer to write a new legendary page in his career.

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Soccer – Liga : The day after the coronation of Real Madrid, FC Barcelona regained second place in the Spanish championship standings by dismissing Mallorca (2-1) thanks to Memphis Depay and Sergio Busquets.
Soccer – Liga BBVA MX : André-Pierre Gignac finished top scorer of the 2022 closing tournament of the Mexican Championship on Sunday with 11 goals, for the 3rd time in his career.

Rugby Sevens – World Tour : The Australian women’s team won the world rugby sevens circuit, after their victory against New Zealand (21-17), in the final of the 5th and penultimate stage played on Sunday Langford (Canada), where France finished 4th.

Tennis – WTA Madrid : Naomi Osaka, uncomfortable on clay and painful Achilles tendon, was stopped in the second round by the Spaniard Sara Sorribes (6-3, 6-1), three weeks before Roland-Garros ( May 22-June 5).

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What you shouldn’t miss today

1. Cycling – Bistro Vélo: Romain Bardet as guest

Exceptional guest of our Bistrot Vélo this Monday in the person of Romain Bardet. Alongside Guillaume di Grazia, the Frenchman will project himself in particular on the Giro which starts on Friday where he hopes to be a gala host. See you at 6 p.m. on the Eurosport Facebook page. If you can’t, don’t panic: the show will be available in full as a podcast in the evening.

2. Snooker – World Championships: O’Sullivan to conclude

At 2 p.m., “The Rocket” can conclude. At the Crucible, Ronnie O’Sullivan can kill the match and win his seventh world crown. To be continued on Eurosport, of course.

3. Football – Premier League: Manchester in the evening

The season seems very long for the Red Devils, who are impatiently awaiting the Erik ten Hag revolution. Until then, it will be necessary to get rid of Brentford on Monday to secure a sixth place not yet acquired. This match will be another opportunity for Cristiano Ronaldo to show why the future of MU still depends on him.

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