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Championnat Nationale U19: PSG Squander Lead Against Lille

Yakou Meite netted his fourth goal in seven games.

Yakou Meite netted his fourth goal in seven games.

Paris St Germain lost their first home game of the season and squandered their place at the top of the league after they lost 3-1 at home to Lille on Sunday afternoon.

Yakou Meite put the Parisiens into an early lead but they were soon pegged back from the penalty spot.

Two quick goals on the 75th and 78th minute ultimately proved to be too much for PSG, who sacrificed their top of the league spot to Lille.

Their cause wasn’t helped by the sending off of Jordy Claveau, who was dismissed for a professional foul on the edge of the area.

PSG take on Valenciennes next Saturday while Lille face Amiens AC on Sunday.

Group A

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

Group B

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

Group C

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

Group D

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

 

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About Tom Bennett

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2 thoughts on “Championnat Nationale U19: PSG Squander Lead Against Lille

  1. maki tall was fouled for a penalty kick converted by Aroujo for Lille’s 1st goal. Maki Tall then scored goals Number 2 and 3 for Lille

    Posted by gilbert | November 11, 2013, 3:39 pm

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