LIGUE 1 – Amine Harit (OM) voted best player of the 28th day

Amine Harit is back, and he played a bad trick in Brest last Sunday. Little used by his coach Jorge Sampaoli after an encouraging start to the season, the attacking midfielder of Olympique de Marseille seized his chance at Francis-Le Blé (4-1) during the 28th day, in the absence of Dimitri Payet.

The Moroccan, scorer, passer and also behind the opener, will therefore have been involved in three of Marseille’s four achievements. An XXL performance that you have decided to highlight by electing him the best player of the 28th day of Ligue 1, with 37% of the vote. Behind Harit, we find Gaëtan Laborde, executioner of Lyon with Rennes (4-2), and Kylian Mbappé, who once again found the net with Paris against Bordeaux (3-0).

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Gaëtan Laborde (Rennes): Even if he did not score against Olympique Lyonnais (2-4) on Sunday, Laborde remains one of the great architects of Rennes’ success. The former Girondins de Bordeaux player started his game perfectly with an assist for Benjamin Bourigeaud, and his enormous activity hurt Les Gones afterwards. We note in particular that it is he who recovers the ball in the Lyon area before the goal of Lovro Majer.

Alexander Djiku (Strasbourg) : A goal from elsewhere. If Strasbourg was able to taste the podium before the victories of Rennes and Marseille this Sunday, it is thanks to the sublime upturned scissor made by the central defender against Monaco (1-0). Enough to drive a Meinau already on fire before this opener.

Amine Harit (Marseille): Harit’s revenge. Rarely aligned from the start by his coach, the former FC Nantes seized his chance on the lawn of Brest (1-4) on Sunday. We note in particular that he was involved in three of the four achievements of his team, with a goal scored on a shot from Gerson repelled by the goalkeeper. And the Moroccan was warmly congratulated by his teammates, a very nice image…

Sanjin Prcic (Strasbourg) : When he has the ball at his feet, everything seems easy. Prcic has been walking on water in recent weeks, and he was once again one of the best – if not the best – on the green rectangle in Strasbourg’s 1-0 victory over Monaco on Sunday. Racing has started the final sprint, and its midfielder is responding.

Walter Benitez (Nice) : Once again the author of a solid match against Montpellier (0-0), the Nice goalkeeper managed to keep his cage at zero while the Aiglons played outnumbered for an hour. Benitez notably stopped the penalty from Savanier, who had the bad idea to attempt a “Panenka”.

Benjamin Bourigeaud (Rennes): Another big match for him against Olympique Lyonnais (2-4) on Sunday. Rather high on the pitch, the former RC Lens player opened the scoring before offering an assist to Majer, and it was also he who took the corner preceding the Santamaria goal. 3-0 at the break for Rennes: thank you who? Thank you Bourgeaud!

Yacer Laroussi (Troyes) : First tenure in the jersey of ESTAC and very interesting score of the left side. His speed and percussion did a lot of harm to Nantes (1-0) on Saturday. Laroussi is notably at the origin of the movement which brings the winning goal.

Martin Terrier (Rennes): As often, an ex hurt Olympique Lyonnais. Rennes and Terrier left Gones no chance (2-4) on Sunday at Groupama Stadium, and the former Strasbourg player shone thanks to a superb strike sent into the top corner of Lopes. Very classy, ​​he preferred not to celebrate in front of his former audience.

Kylian Mbappé (PSG): The only PSG player spared from the whistles of the Parc des Princes, he (once again) proved that he was the one and only boss of the capital club. Against the Girondins (3-0) on Sunday, Mbappé once again shook the nets.

Enzo Le Fee (Lorient): Les Merlus carried out one of the best operations of this 28th day by winning at Clermont (2-0), and they owe these three points in part to Le Fée. If he did not really succeed in endangering Djoco, the central midfielder, on the other hand, caused rain and shine in the midfield. It is also him who obtains the free kick of 2-0.

Who will succeed Kylian Mbappe? Last season, you elected the Parisian striker the best player in Ligue 1, and the world champion is putting his title back into play. Still with the same scoring for this 2020-2021 financial year: all the players selected will pocket points ( 15 points for 1st, 10 for 2nd, 8 for 3rd, 7 for 4th, 6 for 5th, 5 for 6th, 4 for 7th, 3 for 8th, 2 for 9th, 1 for 10th .

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