Impassable. Against his training club, Mory Diaw was incredible. The Clermont goalkeeper was the author of several decisive saves, disgusting the opposing attackers. We can notably cite his reflex save, while being on the ground, against Gonçalo Ramos’ little dive at point blank range, in the last minutes of regulation time (81st)… or the one on Danilo Pereira’s head in added time (90th 1). Outstanding! If Clermont Foot 63 snatched the point in the draw against the Rouge et Bleu (0-0), it is (largely) thanks to him!

Regularly criticized for his performances, and in particular his kicking game, Gianluigi Donnarumma was imperial this Saturday against Clermont Foot 63. The Italian goalkeeper saved his team on several occasions with high-class saves, such as his double save on Shamar Nicholson and Yohann Magnin just after returning from the break (46th). The Red and Blue can thank him!

Clermont-Paris SG: the film of the meeting


Uncertain following his ankle injury during the Classic (4-0), last Sunday, Kylian Mbappé was indeed started this Saturday afternoon against Clermont Foot 63. The French international was lined up in support – left side – from Randal Kolo Muani, preferred up front to Gonçalo Ramos. But the “crack of Bondy” did not have his usual performance, making (often) the wrong choices and losing a lot of balls. The 2018 World Champion was also imprecise in the finish, as evidenced by his shot which hit the outside post of Mory Diaw on a counter-attack led by Ousmane Dembélé (54th). A match to forget for KM7!

Aligned at the forefront this Saturday, Randal Kolo Muani did not live up to expectations. Stuck in the middle of the three Clermont central defenders, the French international did not touch many balls. And when he got the leather between his feet…he had a hard time showing up. Shifted to the left side after the exit of Bradley Barcola, he had no further impact on the course of the match. In his “duel” with Gonçalo Ramos, he did not score any points. But neither did the Portuguese, who missed a point-blank opportunity.