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Championnat National U19: PSG Maintain 100% Record

Group A

PSG remain top of the Group A table with a 100% record after four games. This week’s latest victory came at home against Arras.

Le Havre are close behind them on ten points and remain unbeaten after they edged an encounter against Lille. Maki Tall and Gauthier Varez scored the goals for Lille.

Racing Club 2-4 Quevilly, Amiens SC 5-3 Avranches, Lille 2-3 Le Havre, Paris 2-0 Lens, Amiens AC 2-1 Drancy, Valenciennes 2-1 Caen, PSG 3-0 Arras.

Group B

Evian and Sochaux remain the two teams to watch at the top as they both maintained 100% records with wins against La Chapelle and Dijon respectively.

Auxerre, who won this division last season, lost their first game of the season as they were defeated by Reims in a nine-goal thriller.

Strasbourg 0-1 Sedan, Pontarlier 0-3 Metz, Sochaux 4-1 Dijon, Troyes 2-1 Mulhouse, Nancy 4-2 Epinal, Auxerre 3-6 Reims, La Chapelle 0-5 Evian.

Group C

Last season’s division champions Nantes lost their second game of the season and sit a lacklustre mid table as they went down 4-2 against Brest.

Chateauroux and Guingamp are leading the early race at the top with nine points each as they beat Angers and Le Mans respectively.

Tours 2-4 Niort, Lorient 3-0 Stade Laval, Le Mans 1-3 Guingamp, Chateauroux 3-1 Angers, Colomiers 0-3 Rennes, Brest 4-2 Nantes, Bordeaux 1-0 Bayonne.

Group D

Saint Etienne are the early leaders in Group D after they made it four wins out of four with a win against Clermont on Saturday.

Monaco, who won the whole Championship last year, sit mid table but are back on winning form with three points at Le Puy.

Le Puy 1-2 Monaco, Gallia Lucciana 2-1 Nimes, Ajaccio 3-4 Lyon, Nice 0-0 Cannes, Montpellier 1-2 Bastia, Andrezieux 0-4 Toulouse, Saint Etienne 3-2 Clermont.

 

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About Tom Bennett

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