Published on : 2/17/2020 – 11:47Modified : 2/17/2020 – 11:47
In the Premier League, nothing seems to be able to reach Liverpool, the author of a 25th success in 26 games. PSG, he did not reassure himself before the knockout stages of the Champions League, by being manhandled in Amiens (4-4). Here are the results of the weekend.
• Premier League: Leicester are no longer advancing, Liverpool are continuing
Liverpool never stops getting closer to the Premier League title. On the lawn of the Norwich red lantern, the Reds relied on a late goal from Mané to earn three new points, and are 25 units ahead of Manchester City, who will face West Ham on Wednesday.
In the wake of the Mersey club, Leicester missed the opportunity to take second place, missing the victory on the Wolverhampton field (0-0). Also noteworthy are Tottenham’s successes at Aston Villa (2-3) and Arsenal’s success at Newcastle (4-0). Chelsea and Manchester United meet on Monday evening.
• Ligue 1: OM consolidates its second place, PSG hooked after a crazy match
Big surprise at the head of Ligue 1, where PSG, after having been led 3-0 by Amiens, thought they had a difficult success on the lawn of Amiens. But that was without counting Guirassy’s last achievement in stoppage time, which allows the penultimate of the ranking to grab a point against the leader (4-4).
Behind PSG, OM confirms that it is more than ever pretending to return to the Champions League, thanks to its success in Lille (1-2). The Phocaeans are now 11 points ahead of Rennes, beaten in Reims (1-0). OL, hooked by Strasbourg (1-1) and Saint-Etienne, beaten at Brest (3-2), are no longer advancing.
• Liga: Barça pushes back Getafe and gets closer to Real
Big operation for FC Barcelona in La Liga, where Lionel Messi’s teammates beat Getafe, third in the ranking (2-1) and pushed back ten points. Barça, who are taking advantage of this weekend to get closer to the head, since Real Madrid conceded a draw against Celta Vigo (2-2).
In the race for Europe, Atlético de Madrid avoided the worst by keeping FC Valencia at bay after a game there also prolific in goals (2-2). The Colchoneros remain in ambush, in fourth place.
• Serie A: Inter lose big against Lazio, who are intercalated
The shock of the weekend in Serie A, which pitted Inter Milan against Lazio, saw the Roman club take over their direct opponent in the standings (2-1). A victory which allows the men of Simone Inzaghi to take second place in the classification, at a length of the head.
A first place that Juventus therefore no longer shares with Inter, since the Old Lady took full advantage of this 24e day to glean three more points, against Brescia (2-0).
• Bundesliga: full box for the Top 5
No major changes at the head of the Bundesliga, where the top five in the standings all assumed their status last weekend. Winner of FC Cologne (1-4), Bayern Munich therefore keeps its point ahead of RB Leipzig, which did the job against Werder Bremen (3-0).
Special mention to Borussia Dortmund, third thief of the podium, who signed an encouraging card a few days before his duel with PSG in the knockout stages of the Champions League. The Ruhr club only made a bite of Eintracht Frankfurt (4-0), including a new goal from their Norwegian nugget Haaland.