PSG Ali suffers, Wembanyama hits … Sporting output of the weekend in Ile-de-France

As always, Le Parisien is back with all the results and highlights from sporting events in Ile-de-France every weekend. Overview.

PSG is painful against Chambéry

HANDBALL. We were not used to seeing them suffer so much. Against Chambéry, PSG players suffered the most this Sunday (19-17 at half-time) without making a difference in the last twelve minutes (36-32). The Parisians have struggled to stop Slovenian Sebastian Skube (7 goals), who approached as a medical joker two years ago when Nikola Karabatic (not on the scoresheet this weekend) suffered a knee injury at PSG. They relied on the efficiency of Luc Steins (5/6), Dainis Kristopans (7/7) and David Balaguer (6/7) to lead by five lengths (32-27, 52nd). The two teams will meet at the same venue in the French Cup on November 15.

On Friday, Ivry and Dunkirk offered doubt until the last second in a winless duel (30-30). In Nantes, Créteil pushed one of the other two co-leaders (with Paris and Montpellier) before dropping first (25-38). Pontault, the only professional team still undefeated in the Proliga, won the derby with Massy (9th) (34-25) and therefore kept their seat as leaders, while Tremblay (4th) won in Besançon (36-33) came

Victor Wembanyama and the Mets on another planet, first for Paris

BASKETBALL. No one can stop them. At the start of the 8th day, Dominator Limoges (78-69), Boulogne-Levallois Metropolitans continue with their 6th consecutive success. Not surprisingly, their 18-year-old star, Victor Vembanyama, soared with a personal-best 33 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocks. The future star of world basketball has once again impressed viewers across the Atlantic Ocean, his team is now watched by the NBA on its mobile app.

Boulogne-Levallois’ next meeting is scheduled for two weeks, and it will be a tempting derby against Nanterre, who suffered from the Portel law (77-66) on Friday.

For its part, Paris Basketball finally got its first success of the season at home after five defeats (4 at Halle Carpentier, 1 at Roland-Garros). Before this match, the red lantern knocked out (104-88) the Le Mans team, which has the opportunity to join Monaco if Will Weaver’s players are successful. But the Parisians rebelled and set a blistering pace to finish with over 100 points. Ismaël Kamagaté (13 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocks) and Jeremy Evans (14 points, 10 rebounds, 3 blocks) each had a double-double.

Stade Français disappointed, Racing 92 continues

RUGBY. It took a few minutes. Three, exactly, returned to their height at the very end of the match before seeing off Toulouse. The Stade Français players leave Haute-Garonne with a draw, it’s true, without key elements to protect the France squad that faces Australia this Saturday. It could have turned into a nightmare for Morgan Parra and his teammates had the game been interrupted by two supporters who were tied to the posts to protest the government, Arthur Retiere had not missed the conversion.

On the other hand, smile for Racing 92, who just won’t stop winning. Ciel et Blancs, who were very hard-working in the first round, won the 10th day of the Top 14 with an offensive bonus against Perpignan at the La Défense Arena (44-20). Thus, they achieved and can hope for a third consecutive victory in the league. settle more comfortably in the top 6.

Plessis-Robinson’s feat is nothing short of a miracle for Paris, the Stade Français girls

VOLLEYBALL. The step was too high. Facing top seed Chaumont, Paris maintained the illusion of an epic 3rd set before finally losing in four sets (21/25, 18/25, 29/27, 20/25). Dorian Rougeyron’s men are still bottom of the standings and it won’t be easy as they will challenge Tours in their next match… runners-up Chaumont.

At the end of this 7th day, Plessis-Robinson produced a great performance to hand Tourcoing their first loss of the season 3-1 (19-25, 25-20, 22-25, 25-27). Venue at the Roubaix Velodrome. Samuel Jeanlys was a perfect replacement for Antonin Rouzier, who has been out for a month (with a right hip injury). He was named MVP (26 points, 9-of-22 shooting, 1 ace, 3 blocks).

Among the girls, Stade Français Paris-St-Cloud claim their third success at Cannet in four games and are tied with Nantes and Beziers in the standings. On the other hand, it is still equally complicated for Levallois, who have zero points after the heavy defeat in Mulhouse.

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BASKETBALL. Betclic Elite (Day 8): BOULOGNE-LEVALLOIS – Limoges 78-69; Le Portel-NANTERRE 77-66; PARIS-Le Mans 104-88. National 1 (Day 9). Group A: RUEIL – Rennes 79-95. Pool B: CERGY-PONTOISE v Besançon 94-69.

HANDBALL. star league (Day 8): IVRY – Dunkirk 30-30; PSG – Chamber 36-32; Nantes – CRETEIL 38-25. Proleague (Day 8): Besançon – TREMBLAY 33-36; PONTAULT-COMBAULT – MASSY 34-25.

ICE HOCKEY. Magnus League (Day 15): Grenoble – CERGY-PONTOISE 5-1.

RUGBY. Top 14 (Day 10): Stade Toulouse – STADE FRANCAIS 16-16; RACING 92 – Perpignan 44-20. Pro D2 (Day 10): Montauban – MASSY 22-12. National (Day 9): Suresnes – Tarbes 30-25.

VOLLEYBALL. League A (Day 7): PARIS – Chaumont 1-3; Tourcoing – PLESSIS-ROBINSON 1-3. Women’s A League (Day 4): Mulhouse – LEVALLOIS 3-0; Le Cannet – STADE FRANCAIS PARIS SAINT-CLOUD 2-3.

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