League 1 | The FFL ranking after the 7th day

We are only on the seventh day of the championship, and we have already detected a cheat code for this season. From now on, when Lorient wins, OL loses. Fact.

As a reminder, for this season, we have decided to establish a semi-objective scale so that each club is housed in the same boat. Of course, all this can also be seasoned with arbitrary notes to the client’s head. And no VAR here.


. Defeat: +1pt
. Own goal: +1 pt
. Goal conceded in added time: +1 pt
. Missed Penalty: +1 pt
. Defeat by 3 goals difference or more: +1 pt
. 5 or more goals conceded: +1 pt from the 5th goal
. Streak of 5 losses: +2 pts
. Unexpected defeat: +2 pts


. Victory: -1pt
. Goal scored in added time: -1 pt
. Victory by 3 or more goals: -1 pt
. 5 or more goals scored: -1 pt from the 5th goal
. 5 win streak: -2 pts
. Unexpected victory: -2 pts

Lens – Troyes: 1 – 0

Lens: -1

The Lensois have decided to provoke us every week. Undefeated in Ligue 1, they take advantage of playing among the first every weekend to take the place of leader temporarily. A running gag which we taste (very) little.

Troyes: +1

The Trojans thought they could score four goals each time they played away. But the trip to the Stade Louis-II is not really an away game. Hoping that Bollaert has brought the Aube players to their senses.

PSG – Brest: 1 – 0

PSG: -1

Who would have thought that the Parisian victory against Brestois would see the light of day thanks to the five fingers of Gigio Donnarumma’s left hand? Very sad that I couldn’t say that Navas would have stopped him this time around.

Brest: +2

Islam Slimani is off to a perfect start with Stade Brestois. For his first match with the Bretons, he had the chance to taste the delicious 7-0 of the Montpellier. At the Parc des Princes, the Algerian striker turned into a real saviour; a missed penalty 20 minutes from the end which would have snatched an almost historic draw. Good pick for Brest.

OM – Lille: 2 – 1

OM: -3

Fifth consecutive victory in the league for the Olympians, level on points with PSG. Remind us already of what the Marseille supporters said against Igor Tudor at the start of the season?

Lille: +1

Losing a Ligue 1 match is never too funny. But losing it on a goal from Gigot is beyond comprehension.

Lorient – ​​Nantes: 3 – 2

Lorient: -1

Second victory in four days for the Hakes. And a fourth place in the standings. You know very well what we think of the start of the Lorient season. The facts are not really in their favor.

Nantes: +1

It’s fine to hit Olympiakos at home in the European Cup, but winning a Liguain match requires more resources. Football Club Lorient-Bretagne Sud > champion of Greece.

Strasbourg – Clermont: 0 – 0

Strasbourg-Clermont: 0

Two crossbars for the Alsatians, a goal saved by Mats Sels for the Auvergnats. Both teams had a frustrating afternoon, but that’s nothing compared to those who gave 1h30 of their Sunday to watch this match. A match as boring as the end of the Italian Grand Prix.

Angers – Montpellier: 2 – 1

Angers: -1

We had to wait for the 7th day of the championship to see the SCO of Angers win their first match. The Angevins remain 19th in the standings, and retain the worst goal average despite this victory. We comfort each other as best we can.

Montpellier: +1

It plants 7 pawns in Brest, but it does not manage to snatch the point of the draw against a team immune to victory. The MHSC season seems to be headed for something big. How we love them.

Toulouse – Reims: 1 – 0

Toulouse: -1

All of Europe is talking about it. The Téfécé finally holds it. After 3 years of waiting, or 1058 days, the TFC finally won a Ligue 1 match at home. The victim on this Saturday, October 19, 2019: who else but LOSC?

Reims: +1

Fourth red card of the season, accompanied by 15 yellow cards. If the Stade de Reims is close to last place, it already occupies that of the fair play ranking.

Ajaccio – Nice: 0 – 1

Ajaccio: +3

Fifth defeat in a row for the Ajacciens. Only one small point in 7 games, three goals scored and a 20th place in the standings. The ACA is following the royal road from Arles-Avignon.

Nice: -1

The one and only away victory this weekend goes to the Aiglons. What if Lucien Favre’s men had taken up the challenge of winning only their away games, without winning a single one at home? We are starting to ask the question.

Rennes – Auxerre: 5 – 0

Reindeer: -3

It was an afternoon of firsts in Brittany. Gouiri who scored his first goal since January, Mandanda who offered his first career assist, and Abline scored his first goal in Ligue 1. On the other hand, Benoît Costil’s no-clean-sheet is not really a first.

Auxerre: +3

On their return to Rennes, Benoît Costil and M’baye Niang were received with great fanfare. A well-laden suitcase for the return, with four goals conceded in the last half hour alone. Always good to come back to your land.

Monaco – Lyon: 2 – 1

Monaco: -1

Two set pieces, two headed goals, and twice they are centre-backs. What’s the point of developing a tactic throughout the week to finally score in such a simple way?

Lyons: +1

When Lorient wins, Lyon loses. It is now the new chorus of this Liguain. Two setbacks in four days for Les Gones. Playing away from Groupama Stadium suits them so well.

The FFL classification of Ligue 1

1. Angers 10
1. Ajaccio 10
3. Brest 9
4. Reims 8
4. Auxerre 8
6.Nice 5
6.Lille 5
8.Nantes 4
9.Monaco 3
9.Strasbourg 3
9. Troyes 3
12. Toulouse 2
13. Reindeer 1
14. Lyons -2
14. Clermont -2
14. Montpellier -2
17. Lorient -3
18. Lens -8
19. Marseilles -9
20.PSG -15

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