In Barcelona, in the middle of the week, Paris was on fire, humiliating Barcelona with Killian Ebape partying against Barça. The return to France, however, also led to an abnormal landing for the French capital team. Defeat (0-2) at the Parc des Princes in Monaco and -4 of the champion of Lille.
The match in Paris started perfectly for the Monegasques, who opened the scoring with Sofian Diop in the sixth minute.
Not only did Paris not reach the tie, but they conceded a second goal. Guillermo Maripan in the 51st minute formed the final score (0-2).
The first scorer in Ligue 1, Killian Ebape, was left without a ball and so his nerves came out at the end of the game, escaping with a yellow card.
Monaco entered the battle for the start of the Champions League, while discreetly contemplating the top being at -6 for the dogs.
PARIS SANT-ALEMANY (Mauricio Pochettino): Navas, Florenzi, Marcinios, Kibebe, Kurzawa, Herrera (55 ‘Verati), Paredes (73’ Danilo), Gage (55 ‘Rafinha), Ken, Icardi (73’ Draxler), Ebape.
MONACO (Niko Kovac): Lekomt, Aguilar (80 ‘Sintibe), DiCassi, Maripan, Badiacil, Caio Enrique, Fofana, Tsuameni, Diop (80’ Golovin), Foland (90 ‘Bayo Toure), Ben Gente (71’ Jovetic).
1. Lille 58
2. Lyon 55
3. Paris 54
4. Monaco 52
5. Spear 40
6. Mets 38
7. Marseille 38
8. Ren 38
9. Montpellier 38
10. Angel 35
11. Bordeaux 33
12. Brest 31
13. Reims 30
14. Saint-Etienne 30
15. Strasbourg 29
16. Nis 29
17. Nantes 23
18. Lorian 23
19. 21ιμ 21
20. Dijon 15
* The first two directly to the Champions League groups
** The third in the third qualifying round of the Champions League
*** The fourth group in the Europa League
**** The fifth of the playoffs of the Europa Conference League
***** 18th in the playoffs with third in League 2
****** The last two degrade
Killian Ebape (Paris Saint-Germain)
Memphis Depay (Lyon)
Wissam Ben Gente (Monaco)
Kevin Foland (Monaco)