Stade Rennes wins in Reims and temporarily settles in second place

Rennais Jonas Martin, Benjamin Bourigeaud and Hamari Traoré (left to right) during the 31st day of Ligue 1, at the Auguste-Delaune stadium in Reims, April 9, 2022.

Rennes nearly tripped over their pet peeve, Stade de Reims, which they hadn’t beaten since 2016. However, on Saturday 9 April, the Rennais chained a seventh encounter without defeat in the competition thanks to their 3-2 victory at the Stadion Auguste-Delaune, on behalf of the 31and day of Ligue 1. The Bretons have thus become the new provisional dolphins of PSG, pending the result of Marseille (3and) against Montpellier on Sunday.

However, they were far from their usual standard on the Reims grass pitch and showed great excitement at the start of the match, but especially in the final 15 minutes, against an enterprising Stade de Reims. They were at the mercy of the equalizer until the last minutes when they were leading 3-0. Maxime Busi first narrowed the gap with a header (3-1, 60and), who tricks Rennes’ goalkeeper, Dogan Alemdar, into a mouse hole. Then Jens-Lys Cadjus converted a penalty (3-2, 81and), just three minutes after his teammate Moussa Doumbia (78and

“What’s unfortunate is this end of the game, I have the impression that we set ourselves on fire.”regretted the Breton midfielder Jonas Martin on Prime VideoI don’t know if we’re slacking, but we gave them little things to make them come back and we were warm. †

18ᵉ goal in Ligue 1 for Martin Terrier

Fortunately for them, Bruno Génésio’s players had largely cried before and after the break. The second best passer in Ligue 1 (11 assists), Benjamin Bourigeaud became a goalscorer twice to tip the game when his team hadn’t shown much before. He first opened the score with a header on a cross by Gaëtan Laborde (1-0, 40and) before doubling the lead with a shot in the area, changed direction by Reims defender Wout Faes (2-0, 43and

Returning from the locker room, Martin Terrier had tripled the bet for Stade Rennes with a curling shot from the right foot (3-0.58and† He became co-top goalscorer in Ligue 1 equaling Monegasque Wissam Ben Yedder (18 goals).

“The most important thing was to win. We managed to keep this score. It is very important for the future”, Jonas Martin rejoiced after the meeting. It is also proof of a team moving forward, as it just took four points in difficulty, in Nice (1-1) and then in Reims.

Marseille will have to react tomorrow, against Montpellier, to regain second place in the standings.

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