The 12 facts to know about the day: Bayern frustrated despite Tel, Bara and Lewandowski have fun, Giroud saves Milan …

Bayern frustrated despite a historic Tel, Bara and Lewandowski have fun, Giroud saves Milan, Inter on a thread, Raspadori delivers Napoli, Leipzig humiliates Dortmund, Sville plays with fire… Discover the highlights of Saturday’s matches in Ligue 1 and in Europe.

The 12 infos

Mathys Tel shone for Bayern Munich.

The results in Ligue 1 (click on the score to read the brief or the article on the match): Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 Brest, Olympique de Marseille 2-1 Lille.

The main results in Europe: Bayern Munich 2-2 Stuttgart, RB Leipzig 3-0 Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga), Napoli 1-0 La Spezia, Inter Milan 1-0 Torino, Sampdoria 1-2AC Milan (Serie A), Espanyol 2-3 FC Sville, Cadiz 0-4FC Barcelona, ​​Atletico Madrid 4-1 Celta Vigo.

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1. Bayern frustrated… After two consecutive draws in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich was again held in check in the league against Stuttgart (2-2). After the opening of the score of Tel (36th), the reigning German champion conceded the equalizer through Fuhrich (57th), but Musiala (60th) responded in the crowd. Then finally, at the end of the suspense, Guirassy (90 + 2nd, sp) snatched a draw on the wire! In the ranking, Bayern temporarily regain first place.

2. Such is the history of Bayern! For the first time since arriving this summer from Rennes for €28.5 million, striker Tel started with Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga against Stuttgart (2-2). Thus, the French officially became the youngest player to start in the German league in the history of the Munich club. And superb destiny this occasion: the native of Sarcelles also became youngest Bundesliga goalscorer in Bayern history. Two sacred records!

3. Le Bara and Lewandowski have fun. In La Liga, FC Barcelona largely won on the lawn of Cadiz (4-0). Dominating, the Blaugrana managed to make the difference in the second period with signed goals De Jong (55th), the inevitable Lewandowski (65th), Fati (86th) and Dembl (90+2nd). In the last moments, the match was interrupted for a long time due to the heart attack of a spectator, evacuated by the emergency services, in the stands. With this victory, the Bara provisionally climbs to first place in the standings.

4. Giroud gives Milan victory! In pain, AC Milan secured a second consecutive victory in Serie A against Sampdoria Gnes (2-1). Yet in the lead following the opener from Messias (6th), the Rossoneri found themselves reduced to ten after Leo’s expulsion on returning from the locker room and Djurcic (57th) took the opportunity to equalize. But the French Giroud (67th, sp)penalty scorer, and Maignan, author of several decisive saves, allowed the reigning Italian champion to win. In the standings, Milan, 2nd, returns to equality with the leader, Naples.

5. Atletico unrolls without forcing. In La Liga, Atletico Madrid easily beat Celta Vigo (4-1). If Correa (9th) quickly opened the scoring, it was however necessary to wait for the second act to see the Colchoneros take shelter and unroll on goals from De Paul (50th), Carrasco (66th) and Unai Nez (82nd, CSC), against a reduction in the score signed Veiga (71st). Atletico took the opportunity to find themselves in 4th place in the standings.

6. Brozovic releases Inter. In Serie A, Inter Milan dominated, on the wire, Torino (1-0). Long unable to find the fault during a disputed meeting, Inzaghi’s men finally won on a goal from Brozovic (89th) in the last moments. With this result, Inter took the opportunity to climb to 3rd place in the standings.

7. Raspadori delivers Naples. At the end of the suspense, Napoli got the better of La Spezia (1-0) in Serie A. Despite overwhelming domination throughout the game, the Neapolitans have long struggled to find the fault. And finally, in the last moments, Raspadori (89th) gave the victory to his team! In the ranking, Naples temporarily takes first place.

8. Leipzig revolts and humiliates Dortmund. In the Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund was beaten by RB Leipzig (0-3)! In great difficulty at the start of the season, the RBL, visibly revived by the appointment of Rose to replace Tedesco, surprised the BvB by Orban (6th), before taking the referee thanks to Szoboszlai (45th). In the last moments, Haidara (84th) even drove the point home. If Dortmund drops to 4th place in the standings, Leipzig finds some color in 10th position.

9. OM overthrow Lille! However led after the opening of the score of Ismaily (12th), Olympique de Marseille overthrew Lille (2-1) in Ligue 1. With great resources, the Phocens made the difference through Sanchez (26th) and Gigot (61st). In the standings, OM, 2nd, remain in contact with the leader, Paris Saint-Germain. To read the full game analysis, it’s here.

10. Without shining, Paris ensures. Malmen in the second period, Paris Saint-Germain still won against Brest (1-0) in Ligue 1. Started by a superb goal from Neymar (30th), the reigning French champion was saved in the second half by Donnarumma, who repelled a penalty from Slimani. To read the full game analysis, it’s here.

11. Sville played with fire. Author of a totally failed start to the season, FC Sville was scared, but still beat Espanyol Barcelona (3-2) in La Liga. At the start of the game, the Andalusians nevertheless went through with goals from Lamela (1st) and Carmona (26th, 45th). But afterwards, the Catalans completely revived the debates through Joselu (45 + 4th, sp) and Braithwaite (62nd). In the last moments, the men of Lopetegui, reduced to 10 after the expulsion of Lamela (84th), trembled but resisted. In the standings, Sville gives himself some air by climbing to 15th place.

12. Neymar overtakes Pauleta. Neymar continues to delight! Author of the opener against Brest (1-0) in Ligue 1, the Paris Saint-Germain striker has officially scored his 110th goal under the colors of the capital club in all competitions. In this manner, the Brazilian becomes the only 4th top scorer in the history of PSG, ahead of Pedro Miguel Pauleta (109 goals). As a reminder, this ranking remains dominated by Edinson Cavani (200), Kylian Mbapp (180) and Zlatan Ibrahimovic (156).

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