Foot: Ligue 1 starts strong, Lille impresses

After the very rough poster on Friday between Lyon and Ajaccio (2-1) and the demonstration of Paris SG, defending champion, in Clermont on Saturday (5-0), the day of Sunday offered new prolific meetings.

Foot: Ligue 1 starts strong, Lille impresses

After the very rough poster on Friday between Lyon and Ajaccio (2-1) and the demonstration of Paris SG, defending champion, in Clermont on Saturday (5-0), the day of Sunday offered new prolific meetings.

Losc, in particular, showed good dispositions against the promoted Auxerre, with two lightning goals in the first three minutes, a long shot from Benjamin André after 36 seconds and a precise shot from Jonathan David, author of a double. Algerian Akim Zedadka, a former Clermont player, also scored.

The 2021 French champion, who lost a few executives in the offseason, is reassured under the leadership of new coach Paulo Fonseca.

It was not necessary to arrive late either in Montpellier, where, despite a lawn damaged by a fungus, four goals were scored in the first 17 minutes between the Héraultais and Troyes. The match was illuminated by the captain of MHSC Téji Savanier, author of the winning goal with a masterful strike in the skylight (3-2).

Lens, for its part, took longer to make the difference against Brest, but the domination of the Sang et Or in front of their burning public was logically transformed into success (3-2), thanks to the hat-trick of an attacker in great shape, Florian Sotoca.

The 31-year-old even allowed himself to miss a penalty, without tarnishing his afternoon performance against an overwhelmed Brest team. His third goal, a control sequence, lob shot, delighted Bollaert. And here is Sotoca at the top of the scorers' rankings ahead of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Jonathan David.

A little earlier, another enclosure vibrated in front of his team: the Stadium of Toulouse, boiling for the return of the TFC to the elite for the first time since 2020.

Brilliant in Ligue 2 last season, the Violets displayed their class for an hour with a goal from their Dutch rookie Thijs Dallinga. But Nice had a response with the Welshman Aaron Ramsey, scorer for his first in his new colors. The Gym, still in the adaptation phase under the orders of Lucien Favre, has an appointment in ten days in the Europa League Conference play-off.

While waiting for the Rennes-Lorient Breton derby (5:05 p.m.) and Marseille's start against Reims (8:45 p.m.) after turbulent preparation by OM, only one match remained empty on this very goal-rich day: the opposition between Nantes and Angers (0-0).

But with 28 goals in eight matches, the L1 is already off to a flying start...

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