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Paris Saint-Germain beat Olympique de Marseille (2-1) thanks to an excellent Neymar while Karim Benzema was once again decisive for Real Madrid against Sevilla (3-2) by scoring the winning goal.
- Ligue 1: Paris on the way to a tenth title
Paris Saint-Germain took a big step towards a historic tenth Ligue 1 title by beating Olympique de Marseille (2-1), thanks in particular to a Neymar who did everything possible to endear himself to the Parc’s fans of the Princes, on Sunday, April 17. , during this clash of 32me day time
The Parisians have increased their lead over runner-up and rival Marseille to 15 points and can be crowned on Wednesday if they do better at Angers than at OM against Nantes.
“Ney” has a lot to do with this Parisian victory with a goal and a penalty, scored by Kylian Mbappé.
For its part, Lyon has recovered well from its elimination in the Europa League, humiliating Bordeaux (6-1), a great success that allows it to aspire to qualify for next season’s European competitions.
- Premier League: Ronaldo wears Manchester United
With a hat-trick from Cristiano Ronaldo, the 60me of the ‘CR7’ career, Manchester United performed an excellent operation in the race for the Champions League by beating Norwich (3-2).
After four wins in a row, Spurs were surprised by Brighton, who have nothing more to hope or fear from the season. With this defeat, Tottenham still stays with the 4me place with 57 points, but are just 3 points ahead of the Gunners, who have a game to play, and Manchester United.
In the standings, Manchester City remains one point ahead of Liverpool, who eliminated their rival in the race for the title on Saturday in the FA Cup semi-final (3-2).
- League: Benzema, Benzema continues, Benzema continues
At 2-0 after half an hour of play, Real Madrid ended up turning Sevilla FC around (3-2) thanks to a goal from Karim Benzema in the final seconds, which put an end to a beautiful three-pointer. With 39 goals in 39 appearances in all competitions, the French international is one of the favorites in the race for the Ballon d’Or this season. And he joined the podium of the top scorers in the history of Real in LaLiga with 217 goals, surpassing the 216 of the legend Alfredo di Stefano.
Real Madrid is now 15 points ahead of FC Barcelona, Sevilla FC and Atlético de Madrid, who beat Espanyol Barcelona (2-1) thanks to Yannick Carrasco. Author of a double, the Belgian scored the winning penalty after a handball in the area, validated by video arbitration, at the end of the match.
- Serie A: Juventus back down, threatened by Roma
juventus (4me) had to wait to be eleven against nine to snatch the equalizer against a tough Bologna (1-1), Saturday during the 33me day, offering the opportunity to Roma (5me) to move closer to the Top 4 if he is successful on Monday in Naples.
Dusan Vlahovic appeared to register his 23me goal and avoid an embarrassing defeat at home against 13me of the range The Serbian extended a scissors recovered from Álvaro Morata (90me+5).
Straight (7me) missed the opportunity at night to resume the 5me place, pushed by Torino, before leveling in extremis in added time (1-1). Thanks to Ciro Immobile, author of his 25me goal of the season and therefore his 180me in Serie A. He joins Fabio Quagliarella as the top scorer in activity.
- Bundesliga: Bayern calm down, Leipzig against Leverkusen
Following their elimination from the Champions League, Bayern Munich restored some color to the league by beating poorly ranked Arminia Bielefeld on Sunday (3-0). Now they are nine points ahead of Dortmund (72 to 63), while in the fight for the podium, RB Leipzig, by beating Leverkusen (1-0), advanced their rival of the day in the ranking.
As Borussia Dortmund had beaten Wolfsburg on Saturday (6-1), with Haaland scoring again after a three-month layoff, the stage is set for an exciting “Klassiker” next Saturday.
In the event of a win over Borussia, the Bavarians will have a twelve-point lead with three games to go in the season. It will therefore be the guarantee of a 32me title, and a glorious new page from the Bayern legend.