At the opening of the 4th day of Ligue 1 Friday, Lyon beat Nantes. On Saturday, Nice and Marseille found their way back to competition after the incidents that occurred last weekend when they met. This Sunday evening, Lionel Messi made his debut with PSG against Reims.

At the start of the fourth day of Ligue 1, Lyon signed their first victory of the season on Friday, with their new coach Peter Bosz. 1-0 success in Nantes thanks to Moussa Dembélé, for whom it is the third goal of the season. But victory in pain with the expulsion of Lyon defender Damien Da Silva at the end of the match for a second yellow card. OL are temporarily back to 6th place. With this 2nd defeat in a row, Nantes is 10th in the standings.

Return to calm and competition in Nice and Marseille after the violence which caused the end of their meeting last Sunday. The Niçois faced Bordeaux this Saturday and largely won 4 goals to 0. The Marseillais welcomed them Saint-Etienne, whose supporters were banned from traveling, and won 3-1. OM won their first home victory before heading to Monaco next week. The Stéphanois are still looking for the path to victory after four days.

This Sunday, Monaco won their match against Troyes, 2-1. Angers beat Rennes 2-0, Strasbourg won against Rennes 3-1, Lens and Lorient parted in a 2-2 draw, as did Clermont and Metz. Defending champion Lille won their first match, beating Montpellier 2-1.

All eyes are on the Auguste-Delaune stadium in Reims to see star Lionel Messi making his debut with PSG. The Argentinian is definitely part of the group. After 21 years at Barça, the six-time winner of the Ballon d’Or will open a new chapter in his career with Paris. With him, the French championship is preparing to enter a new media era.

Paris, the only team to have won its first three games, wants to continue the cardboard box before the international break and the end of the transfer window (August 31) and the end of the panting series concerning the hypothetical departure of Kylian Mbappé from Real Madrid.

Rave party: 150 revelers still gathered this Sunday evening at the Col du Clergeon in Ruffieux

Nearly 20,000 people for the 25th anniversary of La forêt des livres, which became Writers at Gonzague Saint-Bris