European football: Neymar succeeds in his “clasico”, imperial Benzema with Real

Published on: 04/18/2022 – 11:04 Paris Saint-Germain beat Olympique de Marseille (2-1) thanks to an excellent Neymar while Karim Benzema was once again decisive with Real Madrid against Sevilla (3-2) by scoring the winning goal. Ligue 1: Paris on the way to a tenth titleParis Saint-Germain took a big step towards a historic tenth title in Ligue 1 by beating Olympique de Marseille (2-1), thanks in particular to a Neymar who did everything to to be loved by supporters of the Parc des Princes, Sunday April 17, during this clash of the 32nd day. The Parisians increased their lead to 15 points over their runner-up and rival Marseille and can be crowned on Wednesday if they do better at Angers that OM against Nantes.”Ney” had a lot to do with this Parisian victory with a goal and a penalty kick, scored by Kylian Mbappé. For their part, Lyon recovered well from their elimination in the Europa League by humiliating Bordeaux (6-1), a great success which allows him to hope for qualification next season for European competitions.Premier League: Ronaldo carries Manchester UnitedWith a hat-trick from Cristiano Ronaldo, the 60th of the career of “CR7”, Manchester United did an excellent job ns the race for the Champions League by beating Norwich (3-2). After four wins in a row, Spurs were surprised by Brighton, who however have nothing more to hope for or fear from the season. With this defeat, Tottenham still retains 4th place with 57 points, but it is only 3 points ahead of the Gunners, who have one game less, and Manchester United. In the standings, Manchester City remains leader with a point ahead of Liverpool, who eliminated their rival in the title race on Saturday in the FA Cup semi-final (3-2).Liga: Benzema, still Benzema, still Benzema Led 2-0 after half an hour game, Real Madrid ended up turning the tide against Sevilla FC (3-2) thanks to a goal from Karim Benzema in the dying seconds, concluding a nice three-man move. With 39 goals in 39 matches in all competitions, the French international is a favorite in the race for the Ballon d’Or this season. Real Madrid are now 15 points ahead of FC Barcelona, ​​Sevilla FC and Spain. Atlético Madrid, who won against Espanyol Barcelona (2-1) thanks to Yannick Carrasco. Author of a double, the Belgian scored the winning penalty after a hand in the box, validated by video arbitration, at the very end of the match.Serie A: Juventus slowed down, under threat from RomaLa Juventus (4th) had to wait to be eleven against nine to snatch the equalizer against a tough Bologna (1-1), Saturday during the 33rd day, offering the opportunity to Roma (5th) to get closer to the Top 4 in case of success on Monday in Naples. Dusan Vlahovic emerged to register his 23rd goal and avoid an embarrassing reverse at home against the 13th in the table. The Serb extended with a header a scissor recovery from Alvaro Morata (90th + 5). Lazio (7th) missed the opportunity in the evening to regain 5th place, jostled by Torino, before equalizing in extremis in added time (1-1). Thanks to Ciro Immobile, author of his 25th goal of the season and therefore his 180th in Serie A. He joins Fabio Quagliarella as top scorer in activity. Bundesliga: Bayern are reassured, Leipzig ahead of Leverkusen After their elimination in the Champions League, Bayern Munich regained some color in the league by going to beat the poorly ranked Arminia Bielefeld on Sunday (3-0). He is now nine points ahead of Dortmund (72 to 63), while in the fight for the podium, RB Leipzig, by winning on the lawn of Leverkusen (1-0), overtook their opponent of the day in the standings. As Borussia Dortmund had outclassed Wolfsburg on Saturday (6-1), with Haaland again scoring after three months of drought, the stage is therefore in place for an exciting “Klassiker” next Saturday. In the event of victory over Borussia , the Bavarians will have a twelve-point lead three games from the end of the season. It will therefore be the assurance of a 32nd title, and a new glorious page for the legend of Bayern. With AFP