PSG and Monaco were rampant in a weekend where Nice failed to register a victory over little ol' Caen. However, some superior forces were plying their trade for the Parisiens in their latest victory.
Nice are moving onwards and forwards in Ligue 1, as the stretch of their fine form shows no sign of ending as of yet. Of course, Mario Balotelli is on fire. But, there's so much more to it than just that.
Toulouse grabs all the headlines this week after coming from behind to beat powerhouse AS Monaco.
This weekend is arguably the best we've had so far this season in terms of the fixtures that it entails. Nobody is probably going to watch only one game. But, if we had to, which would you pick?
Ligue 1 produced some fantastic football in week 8; so much so that it became increasingly more of a Sisyphean task to pick out the best game. Fear not, though, eventually we found a winner, and turns out it's the same one that was featured in our last column. All hail AS Monaco!
A list compiling the best of the bunch. The best of the best young players under the age of 23, from every corner of the world.
Mario Balotelli is the most gifted footballer in the 21st century to not fulfill his potential. But, with the bright start he's made at Nice, is that set to change?
Ligue 1 has started to offer bright spots for those who regress in its lack of competitiveness. This has the potential to continue further, but luck has a big part to play in that regard.
Week 4's GOTW features AS Monaco, and their surprisingly phenomenal start to the campaign, which continued with a 4-1 triumph over rivals Lille.
This weekend produced some of the most spectacular displays of football we've seen this year. Topped, of course, by City's win over United, and Barca's stunning loss to Alaves.