In partnership with Mon Petit Gazon, our newspaper offers you each week the typical team for the last day of the championship. The selection is based on 120 statistical data per player.
After two weeks of domination by the Montpellier porter Rulli, the young Serb Pedrag Rajkovic (8) is an indisputable member of our team. Facing Brest, the goalkeeper of Reims (1-0) was imperial throughout the match. Reassuring, he made four saves with the added bonus of Mendy’s late penalty in the first period.
Positioned to the right of the defense against Nîmes (2-1), the Messin Fabien Centonze (7) made a full match. 80% of duels won, two interceptions, six centers attempted, one of which was decisive for the opening of Nguette’s score. In line, as last week, the Angevin Romain Thomas (7) has left its mark again. The 31-year-old Frenchman notably scored a furious goal against Nantes (2-0). By his side, another defender … scorer, the Moroccan Nayef Aguerd (7). The Dijonnais offered the victory against Toulouse (2-1) and won the vast majority of its duels. Finally on the left side, his compatriot and teammate Hamza Mendyl (6) complete this defense of the week. Scorer too, he brought a lot offensively (six centers, two shots) despite his waste (22 lost balls).
He reigned in the midfield. The French world champion Steven Nzonzi (8) regained its standards against Montpellier (5-0). With 95% of successful passes and three small lost balls, the Neo-Rennes allowed his team to express themselves offensively without looking behind. Flavien Tait (8) himself participated in this festival. A goal, an assist, five successful dribbles (six attempted), a fine copy for the former Angevin. Aligned at the high point of a medium to three, Morgan Sanson (7.5) tried a lot and often succeeded (a goal, an assist) but did not prevent Marseille’s frustrating draw (2-2) against the penultimate Amiens.
Facing Monaco (2-1), the Dane of Nice Kasper Dolberg (7.5) weighed heavily on the match and the opposing defense. Two fox goals, and a victory offered to his team to restart the race for Europe. For his sixth tenure in Ligue 1, Rémois El Bilal Touré (7) also gave victory to his team. A third goal in Ligue 1 full of promise for the young 18-year-old striker. Finally, it is a third Rennes who completes this attack of the week. Author of a double, Adrien Hunou (7.5) planted his eighth and ninth goals of the season, a record tied.