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‘I didn’t think PSG goal would bring so much coverage’ – Nimes star Bobichon – football news

Antonin Bobichon has enjoyed a remarkable start to the season with newly-promoted Ligue 1 side Nimes.

A reserve for much of their successful promotion campaign, the midfielder has earned greater game time – and greater exposure – already this time around.

Much of that owes to his fantastic contribution in a 4-2 defeat against Paris Saint-Germain, in which his spectacular strike sparked a comeback that could have ended in an unlikely victory for Bernard Blaquart’s men.

Nimes trailed 2-0 when he took aim from the edge of the box and sent a perfect shot into the top corner of the net. Buoyed by that effort, the home side rallied, drew level and even hit the bar as the champions rocked. 

Les Crocos were caught out twice on the break in the dying stages and left empty handed, yet Bobichon had discovered a new spotlight.

“We lost 4-2 and yet my goal had a lot of resonance,” he told GBP Sports . “I didn’t think it would bring me so much coverage. 

“The pressure it has brought is not crazy either, I’m not someone who lets everything go to my head. I’ve responded to the requests from the media as they have come.”

Bobichon is delighted to have had the opportunity to feature more regularly this time around, with the 23-year-old having played only 205 minutes last season in the second flight.

“I only played two games as a starter, so the way I’ve started this season must have surprised a lot of people I think,” he said. “Personally, I didn’t expect it. 

“The absence of others has allowed to me to take my chance. I managed to be decisive and I’m enjoying it.” 

Bobichon’s speciality has proven to be set-pieces.

“I had a coach, Yannick Dumas, who loved this part of the game,” he explained. “We worked together, even if we didn’t have great facilities when I was younger. Now, we work one or two times a week with [club-mate] Teji Savanier on direct free kicks.”

A fortnight after scoring against PSG, those efforts paid off as he struck in a 3-3 draw against Bordeaux. And it is unlikely to be his last. 

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Valiant Bobichon gives Neymar’s PSG a scare – The Ligue 1 Performance Index – football news

Four weeks into the Ligue 1 season, and there is a familiar face at the top of the table. Paris Saint-Germain are leading the way with a perfect 12 points, with a thrilling 4-2 win over Nimes on Saturday maintaining Thomas Tuchel’s 100 per cent record in charge of the capital side.

But in that spectacular match, it was a Nimes player who came out, not only on top of the Opta ranking for that encounter, but for Ligue 1 as a whole. 

Antonin Bobichon was introduced at half-time with his side trailing 2-0 and inspired a thrilling comeback thanks to a superb goal. On the edge of the box, he planted a shot into the top corner of Alphonse Areola’s net; it was a goal from nowhere.

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This was the catalyst to Nimes rallying to 2-2 – and with a little more luck they might even have taken the lead as Sofiane Alakouch hit the bar.

At the other end of the park, though, PSG’s attacking players hit the headlines, with three of them pushing into the top 10 of this week’s ranking.

Neymar got the opening goal with a sliding finish and was ranked 10th this week with a score of 86.8, while Angel Di Maria was once again in slick form, scoring direct from a corner to help him to a rating of 87.6.

Mbappe was the star of the show for the capital side once again, however. He might have been sent off in the closing stages of the match, but his overall display was eye-catching as he grabbed what proved to be the winning goal in what was another impressive show of strength by the teenager. The strike – his fourth of the season – saw him show feathery control but a fierce finish.

His score of 90.8 was not enough to break into the top three, however. 

Remarkably, there were two players tied for second this week, with Guingamp’s Nicolas Benezet marginally edging out Nantes midfielder Lucas Evangelista, whose fizzing strike at the weekend helped his side to a 3-2 victory over Strasbourg.

Benezet did not have such luck. He might have set up a goal for Marcus Thuram, who finished sixth on our list, but his side remain pointless after a month of play – and that despite playing opponents who played an hour with 10 men. 

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Also breaking the top 10 this week was Rennes midfielder Clement Grenier, who delivered an assist in the early stage of his side’s win over Bordeaux. His delivery from a corner was brilliantly attacked by Benjamin Andre to open the scoring, and thereafter he set the tone of the 2-0 victory. 

Two other goalscoring substitutes also make an appearance. Claudio Beauvue is back in Ligue 1 with Caen, and he marked his return with a cool late finish to help the Normandy side to a 2-0 win over previously perfect Dijon. 

His introduction might have been dramatic, but not as much so as that of Valere Germain, whose late near-post header helped Marseille to a 3-2 win over Monaco. He was only on the field a matter of seconds before getting what proved to be the decisive goal against his former team. 

Ligue 1, therefore, goes into its first international break with no shortage of drama already. Below PSG, there has been tremendous unpredictability, and already a sense that anything could unfold over these next nine months.

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Mbappe is going to see many reds this season if he continues like that – Savanier – football news

Paris Saint-Germain prodigy Kylian Mbappe is destined to see “many” red cards this season, according to Nimes midfielder Teji Savanier.

The pair clashed in stoppage time of Saturday’s Ligue 1 meeting at Stade des Costieres, with both men dismissed in the closing moments of PSG’s 4-2 success.

Mbappe has refused to be repentant regarding the incident, which came about after he was tackled hard by the home player. 

“The same foul when there was an intention to play the ball, that’s no problem, but he didn’t have that and we all so it,” the teenager said. “It’s an action that doesn’t have a place on the field.”

Savanier, however, has taken a differing viewpoint.

“For me, it wasn’t malicious, that’s just his perception,” he said. “I’m going to look at the images and the League will look at them too. They’ll see that I wasn’t trying to injure him or break his leg. It’s my knee that hit his foot.

“I didn’t see it coming. I was surprised when he reacted like that.”

Mbappe said that he would happily react in the same way again, prompting an interested reaction from his adversary.

“Ah really? If he continues like this, he’s going to see a lot of red cards this season,” Savanier said, admitting that he felt the striker was tetchy throughout. 

“When he was booked in the first half, it’s because he spoke back to the referee. I’ve never seen him speak to the referee like he did when I’ve watched him on TV. I think he’s going to regret it.

“It’s something I regret because I’m going to be suspended for the next few games.”

Mbappe will definitely miss PSG’s home fixture against Saint-Etienne on September 14, while Ligue 1’s Disciplinary Commission will meet to decide if his dismissal merits an additional ban.

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‘I would do it again’ – no regrets for Mbappe after red card – football news

Kylian Mbappe admitted he needs to control his temper but has no regrets over the push on Teji Savanier that earned him a red card in Paris Saint-Germain’s 4-2 win over Nimes.

The 19-year-old scored PSG’s third goal to put them back in front after a dramatic fightback brought Nimes level from being 2-0 down, but he was dismissed in the dying seconds for his reaction to a rash challenge by Savanier, who was also sent off.

The France forward indicated that the physical treatment he received from Nimes’ defenders was typical of the way teams in Ligue 1 handle him but apologised to supporters for picking up a suspension. 

“It’s just an accumulation of things. It’s football,” Mbappe told reporters.

“You have to learn when playing in this kind of club to let it go because it’s like that everytime so if I get upset every weekend, I’m going to take several reds so we have to be above it.

“No, I do not regret it. And if it was again, so I will do it again.

“And I will apologise to supporters and everyone but I cannot tolerate these kinds of gestures.”

Mbappe was booked in the first half for dissent after he kicked the ball away at a Nimes free-kick and then aimed words at referee Jerome Brisard.

Neymar spoke to Mbappe shortly afterwards, appearing to calm the teenager after an opening period in which he was subjected to numerous heavy challenges.

Mbappe hit out at the tackle from Savanier that provoked him in the 94th minute, saying: “Where we play the ball, there are no problems, but here there is no intention to play the ball.

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“But well, it doesn’t matter, I will go to the commission and I will go to defend myself.

“I think it has no place on a field of football but it does not matter, the referee has made a choice and, as I said, we must rise above it.

“Paris Saint-Germain is above that, we are above that.”

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PSG star Neymar gifts young fan his shirt in heartwarming moment – football news

PSG star Neymar made a young supporter’s day after scoring in a 4-2 win over Nimes. 

The Brazilian opened the scoring 36 minutes in with Angel Di Maria, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani all finding the net to help the French champions run away with the victory. 

Following the match Neymar made a fan’s dreams come true when the youngster hopped the signage boards and slipped past security to greet the Brazilian. 

The 26-year-old immediately picked the young boy up and carried him down the sideline a bit before setting him down. 

But with the child crying after getting a hug from his hero, Neymar decided to make the moment even more special by handing him his match-worn shirt. 

Saturday’s win kept up Neymar and PSG’s perfect start to the new season under manager Thomas Tuchel. 

The club return to action next Saturday with a clash against Saint-Etienne, but they will be without Mbappe, who was sent off late on in the win over Nimes. 

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