PSG’s 11th champion, goodbye Messi-Ramos ! Summary of Ligue 1 season 2022-23

It was PSG’s 11th Ligue 1 title, which moved the Paris club ahead of Saint-Etienne. the club that won the French league immediately came too

While Lens have been excellent this season as they rose to second despite last season finishing at number seven Plus, showing ferocious form without being considerate of anyone By winning the last 7 games in a row, by picking up a total of 84 points, which is only one point less than the championship team like PSG. As for the giants in the south like Olympique Marseille, enter third place. Get the right to go to the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League season, as well as PSG and Lens.

Fourth place changed hands in the last game as Rennes, who beat Brest 2-1, knocked Lille out, who could only beat Troyes 1-1 down to fifth place. This means that Bruno Genesio’s side will secure a place in the UEFA Europa League next season, while Lille will have to play in the UEFA Europa Conference League instead.

for the end zone of the score table This season, 4 teams were relegated (17-20) to reduce the size of the league to 18 teams next season, namely Angers, the last team. Guaranteed to play in Ligue 2 before anyone else, followed by Ajaccio, Troyes and Auxerre, with Auxerre being relegated in a very painful way. because of the last minute They, originally in 16th place, lost to Lang at home 1-3, while Nantes (formerly in 17th place) were able to open the house to beat Angers 1-0, becoming Nantes who came to survive instead of that.

The top scorer position was a fun battle between Kylian Mbappe, PSG’s superstar striker and Alexandre Lacazette, Lyon’s veteran Olympic striker, who ended up being Mbappe (again) who enters the label number one, hitting 29 goals. This is the fifth time Mbappe has been Ligue 1’s top scorer following the 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons

Summary of Ligue 1 2022-23

– Champion: Paris Saint-Germain

– UEFA Champions League Quota: Paris Saint-Germain, Lens and Olympique Marseille

– UEFA Europa League Quota: Rennes, Toulouse* (French Cup winners)

– UEFA Europa Conference League Quota: Lille

Delegated: Angers, Ajaccio, Trois and Auxerre

Top 5 goal scoring stars

1. Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) 29 goals

2. Alexandre Lacazette (Olympic Lyon) 27 goals

3. Jonathan David (Lille) 24 goals

4. Folarin Balogun (Reims) 21 goals

= Luis Openda (Lens) 21 goals

Top 5 Helpers

1. Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain) 16 times

2. Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain) 11 times

= Jonathan Gloss (Olympic Marseille) 11 times

4. Remy Gabella (Lille) 10 times

5. Kaio Enrique (AS Monaco) 9 times

= Florian Sotoka (Lens) 9 times