Leading group of four in exciting Ligue 1 race, Milan stays in the track of Inter

The Bayer Leverkusen of Peter Bosz is not going well. The team has again spilled expensive points, losing 1-2 to SC Freiburg. Ajax opponent Young Boys suffered a surprising loss of points in the Swiss league in the last minute.

Olympique Marseille-Olympique Lyon 1-1The Lyon of Memphis Depay could have reached one point of Lille, at a victory in the Olympic clash in Marseille. Karl Toko Ekambi helped the guests get an early lead, but ex-Ajacied Arek Milik used a penalty just before rest and pulled the stand again. Lyon had to continue in the final phase with his ten, after a red card for Lucas Paquetá, and finally had to satisfy itself with a point.
The leading group of the Ligue 1 now consists of four clubs. After its Europa League elimination, Lille can fully focus on its domestic obligations and has 59 points after 27 out of 38 matches. PSG follows on two points, Lyon on three points and Monaco on four points.

AS Roma-AC Milan 1-2The Rossoneri threatened to reach seven points of Internazionale one week after the lost city derby, but won the tricky away match against AS Roma. The goals fell just before and just after rest. Franck Kessié took care of a 0-1 rest mode with a penalty used, Jordan Veretout provided the Roman answer after the break, but Ante Rebic crowned himself with a shot from the turn to match winner. The difference between the numbers one and two of Italy remains four points, with fourteen rounds to go.

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Bayer Leverkusen – SC Freiburg 1-2At Leverkusen the 22-year-old Lennart Grill was under the bar. Bosz victim Niklas Lomb, who didnt look good against Young Boys. However, Grill could not prevent Freiburg from getting ahead of the BayArena. Ermedin Demirovic shot the visitors in the fiftieth minute ahead. More than ten minutes later the problems became even bigger for Leverkusen: up close Lucas Höler tapped the ball after a good advance.
In the seventeenth minute, Leverkusen returned to the game, after Leon Bailey shot the ball within sixteen meters high in the target. However, despite the many possibilities, Leverkusen failed to pass by. Because of the defeat, Bosz with his team drops to sixth place. This position will only be entitled to European football at the end of the season if the cup winner is already assured of this through his own competition.
FC Luzern – Young Boys 2-2Visiting low-flyer Lucerne Young Boys experienced a difficult afternoon. The opponent of Ajax in the eighth final of the Europa League missed some good opportunities in the first half. At rest, Young Boys faced a 1-0 lag after a hit by former FC Emmen player Filip Ugrinic.
In the 71st minute Young Boys made the liberating equalizer through Christian Fassnacht. In the final phase, a real spectacle game took place: in the 87th minute Young Boys came ahead, after Lucernes own goal. The team of trainer Gerardo Seoane gave away the victory at the very last moment: Marvin Schulz made the 2-2 deep in injury time.
Inter – Genoa 3-0Inter shot Genoa out of the starting blocks. After just 33 seconds, Antonio Conte
s team was already ahead. Romelu Lukaku shoved the ball with his chocolate leg nicely into the corner. Inter a lot more dangerous than Genoa, which eventually resulted in the 2-0. In the 69th minute Lukaku kept the overview by playing Matteo Darmian. The defender shot the ball hard and low in the corner: 2-0. In the 77th minute, substitute Alexis Sanchez signed before the 3-0. Because of the victory, Inter is now seven points separate from pursuer AC Milan, who has played one less match.

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Sampdoria – Atalanta 0-2Visiting Sampdoria, Atalanta had a rather problem-free afternoon. The team of trainer Gian Piero Gasperini had the best of the game and came to the greatest possibilities. In the fortieth minute, that eventually resulted in a hit. Ruslan Malinovsky shot the ballhigh behind Genoa goalkeeper Emil Audero for the 0-1. In the seventeenth minute, half Dutchman Robin Gosens signed for the 0-2 and the decision in the match, by sliding the ball in close range after a first move. Because of the victory, Atalanta is now in fourth place, which is good for a Champions League ticket. However, number five AS Roma has two points less and another match.
Tottenham – Burnley 4-0Against Burnley, Tottenham was good for Tottenham. Gareth Bale, who seems to have recovered its shape, brought The Spurs in the second minute, after Heung-min Son put the Welshman one on one with the goalkeeper. In the fifteenth minute it was again hit for the team of José Mourinho. Harry Kane was the goalscorer this time.
After Kanes hit, Tottenham went on happily. In the 31st minute, Lucas Moura pushed the ball into the far corner and the game seemed to be decided. However, it did not stop there for Tottenham. After rest, Bale showed himself again, working within the sixteen the ball placed into the goal. Through victory, Tottenham climbs to eighth place in the Premier League.