Rennes rolls out Clermont, Monaco and Lille relaunch


First multiplex in the middle of the week within the framework of the 7th day of Ligue 1, with in particular the LOSC which received Reims. Lille tried to establish their domination from the first moments with an opportunity from Yilmaz, directly on Rajkovic (1st). Behind, the meeting seemed a little more balanced over the minutes but the Mastiffs wake up in the last quarter of an hour of the first period thanks to his Turkish striker, passer on goals from David’s header (1-0, 31st ) and André (2-0, 42nd). Despite the reduction in the penalty score from Flips (2-1, 74th) after a clear opportunity missed by Vanbergen, Jocelyn Gourvennec’s men recorded their second victory of the season (2-1).

Like Lille, Monaco hoped to revive this Wednesday, against ASSE. If Monaco had their foot on the ball in the first period, it was the Stéphanois who offered themselves the best opportunities with two posts from Krasso and Bouanga in a few seconds (12th). The Greens were eliminated in two passes before Volland eliminated Kolodziejczak and castigated Green at the near post. Behind, a hazardous exit from Green had earned him the red (32nd). But against all expectations, Bouanga equalized by crucifying Nübel du pointu (41st) validated with the VAR. Barely entered into play, Ben Yedder offers himself a penalty on the wrong foot (62nd) after a hand fault from Kolodziejczak. The French striker is illustrated a second time in the last minutes of regulation time (3-1, 86th).

Rennes for a walk, Montpellier surprised at home

The offensive festival of this early evening took place at Roazhon Park between Rennes and Clermont. Jonas Martin opens the scoring with a header on the center of Bourigeaud (1-0, 31st), before Terrier joins him in the scoresheet on a cross strike (2-0, 36th). It is in the second half that the Bretons will unfold: first with Sulemana, author of a double in fox surfaces (3-0, 55th; 4-0, 57th), then a goal of former Montpellier , with Martin’s cross for Laborde (5-0, 61st). Midfielder Flavien Tait closes the mark in the last 15 minutes (77th).

In a high intensity meeting, Montpellier received Bordeaux at La Mosson and took advantage of Adli’s wasted opportunity to open the scoring thanks to Germain at the far post (1-0, 11th). The Girondins replied twice, and always in the same place: the right skylight of Jonas Omlin, found by the superb strike of Hwang Ui-Jo at 25 meters, alone in the axis (1-1, 18th) and the equally nice volley from Jean Onana (1-2, 29th). Montpellier reacted quickly to the return of the locker room with a free kick from Savanier well taken up by Germain (2-2, 50th) for his third goal of the season, as much as with OM last season. Bordeaux relaxed, allowing Mollet to restore the advantage just before the last quarter of an hour (3-2, 72nd). But in a crazy scenario, Bordeaux equalized by Kalu in the 85th (3-3).

Finally, Nantes received Brest at la Beaujoire. Michel Der Zakarian’s men sank, suffocated by the Nantes domination. This was confirmed with the opportunism of Blas following the action of Simon to regain the ball from the inside of the foot (1-0, 27 ‘). When they returned from the locker room, the Nantes team played with Chirivella’s first goal in Ligue 1 on a wound just below the bar (2-0, 55th) and an unfortunate counter from Brassier on a cross level with Simon (3- 0, 58e). Brest reduced the mark from a corner thanks to Le Douaron (3-1, 64th).

The results of the 19 hour multiplex

  • Lille OSC 2-1 Stade de Reims: Jonathan David (31st), Benjamin André (43rd) for Lille; Flips (sp, 74th) for Reims
  • AS Monaco 3-1 AS Saint-Étienne: Kevin Volland (27th), Wissam Ben Yedder (62nd, 86th) for Monaco; Denis Bouanga (41st) for Saint-Étienne
  • Rennais Stadium 6-0 Clermont Foot 63: Jonas Martin (32nd), Martin Terrier (36th), Kamaldeen Sulemana (55th, 57th), Flavien Tait (77th)
  • Montpellier HSC 3-3 Girondins de Bordeaux: Valère Germain (11th, 50th), Florent Mollet (72nd) for Montpellier; Hwang Ui-Jo (18th), Jean Onana (29th), Samuel Kalu (85th) for Bordeaux
  • FC Nantes 3-1 Stade Brestois 29: Ludovic Blas (27th), Pedro Chirivella (50th), Brassier (csc, 58th) for Nantes, Jérémy Le Douaron (64th) for Brest
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