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Stats and facts from MD 23 in Ligue 1

Ligue 1 round-up: What we learned from matchday 23

February 4, 2019 By Michelle Bonsu
LiveSoccerTV takes a look at the most interesting happenings from last weekend's action in Ligue 1, including a shocking result for PSG...and more.

Due to the ongoing unrest in France, Ligue 1 has been repeatedly disrupted this season, with several teams, including reigning champions PSG having quite a few games in hand that need to be made up before the current campaign concludes. Meanwhile, due to bad weather, Saint-Etienne's match against Strasbourg was postponed for a later date.

In any case, the majority of fixtures went ahead as planned, and all eyes were arguably on Lyon's tie with PSG as Les Gones were unbeaten in their last six games in the league. Les Parisiens, meanwhile, were still unbeaten domestically, but suffered a shock loss to bottom-placed Guingamp in the cup and and had lost Neymar to injury, so things had started to look quite unsteady for the capital-placed juggernauts.

Here's what we learned from matchday 23 in Ligue 1.

All good things have to come to an end

PSG were hoping to become the first team to complete a Ligue 1 campaign without losing a single game. Unfortunately that came to an abrupt end this Sunday, as Lyon beat them 2-1, and now have achieved what no team in Ligue 1 have been able to do all season. Although it really has made no impact on the title race, it still just could give others some hope that Les Parisiens aren't so infallible after all.

Lyon truly have become a real thorn in the side for PSG as of late

And this stat proves it:

Monaco finally get a breakthrough, and one of their players makes history

Les Rouges-et-Blancs finally have gotten a win after a long wait. The struggling club opted to bring back Leonardo Jardim after relieving former striker Thierry Henry of his duties and picked up a hard-fought 2-1 win over Toulouse to move into 18th spot. Although they're not out of the drop zone, new signing Cesc Fabregas got himself on the score-sheet, along with fellow new acquisition Golovin, who made history in the process:

There's no place like home for Marseille...

Some teams really struggle on the road. Marseille clearly is one of them, unfortunately:

The race for the top scorer's prize

Finally, here's how things are shaping up in the battle for the top scorer's prize:




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