Rennes won easily and knocked the Marseillais out of second place

It’s over! Rennes wins and knocks OM out of second place

OM are no longer second at the end of this 37th day of Ligue 1. The Marseillais were completely powerless against very enterprising Rennes who are regaining hope in the race for the Champions League before the last day of the Championship. next week.

Kind of Martin Terrier

The man of this Rennes-OM Martin Terrier gives way to Lesley Ugochukwu.

five more minutes

Five minutes of additional time will be played in this meeting between Rennes and OM.

Breakage on the Rennes side

Three Rennes players are down. Himari Traoré gets up, Martin Terrier seems to be suffering just like Lovro Majer. For the moment, the three players remain on the lawn.

OM finally dangerous

After a good overflow on the right side, Boubacar Kamara takes his chance outside the penalty area but his shot is deflected by Santamaria and goes for a corner.

Let’s assign not far from being able to score

On an overflow full of envy from Traoré, the Rennes captain crosses towards Assignon who narrowly misses the ball when he was alone a few meters from Mandanda.

New changes for Rennes

Bruno Genesio makes three changes. Laborde is replaced by Guirassy, ​​Jonas Martin replaces Flavien Tait and Meling comes into play in place of Truffert.

Benjamin Bourigeaud leaves

Rennes’ first striker Benjamin Bourigeaud gave way to a huge ovation from Roazhon Park. Lorenz Assignon replaces him.

Second change for OM

Pape Gueye gives up his place just after receiving a yellow card. It is the Spanish side Pol Lirola who replaces him.

Phenomenal save from Mandanda

What an exceptional save from Mandanda who made a sublime headline on an attempt at close range by Lovro Majer who already saw himself scoring a double.

Pape Gueye is warned

Benoit Bastien is forced to crack down on Pape Gueye who makes a more than limited intervention on Bourigeaud.

Bamba Dieng misses his face to face

It was undoubtedly the biggest opportunity for Marseille in this match. Bamba Dieng is launched in depth and tries to eliminate Gomis but the Rennes goalkeeper intervenes without fail in the feet of the Senegalese.

OM still haven’t scored

It’s rare enough to be stressed. OM still haven’t had a shot on target in this match after almost 70 minutes of play.

Laborde close to scoring an exceptional goal

Martin Terrier crosses towards Gaëtan Laborde who tries an acrobatic return. The former Montpellier striker just misses the ball.

Caleta-Car takes a yellow

The Croatian defender from Marseille comes out angry and kicks the corner post from the Marseille half of the field. Benoit Bastien gives him a yellow card for this gesture.

Bamba Dieng returns

First change for Jorge Sampaoli and OM. Senegalese striker Bamba Dieng replaces Duje Caleta-Car for a resolutely attacking replacement.

OM moved up to third

With this setback, OM fell to third position in favor of Monaco who were leading against Brest at the same time. The Marseillais only have 30 minutes left to be masters of their destiny on the last day.

Game time is approaching

As the hour of play approaches in this meeting, the Rennais are still leading in the score and are not worried by the Marseillais who are too timid in their attacks.

Martin Terrier makes a big game

Since the beginning of the meeting, Martin Terrier is undoubtedly the best player of the match. Beyond his two assists, the former Strasbourg player is omnipresent and is very fair in his choices.

The center of Ünder is missed

Cengiz Ünder tries to find Gerson at the far post but the Turkish cross is too far and goes out of goal.

OM is a little better

Since returning from the locker room, OM seem better than during the first period. The Olympians no longer have the ball but the Rennais also let their opponents come.

Here we go again!

The 22 actors returned to the lawn of Roazhon Park. The Marseillais, led, must come back to the score in a complicated match for them.

End of the first period!

Benoit Bastien puts an end to this first act of this Rennes-OM. The Bretons give, for the moment, a football lesson to the Marseillais and lead 2-0.

Bamba Dieng left for the warm-up

Jorge Sampaoli could make changes very quickly in this encounter. The Senegalese striker, Bamba Dieng, has already left for the warm-up.

Bourigeaud misses the double

This action was strangely similar to the one that led to Rennes’ first goal, but this time Bourigeaud lacked accuracy in the last gesture. An offside position was then signaled.

Big atmosphere at Roazhon Park

Inevitably this second goal made the crowds even more excited at Roazhon Park. The atmosphere is grandiose in Brittany.

Majer doubles the lead for Rennes

Rennes takes the break! Martin Terrier is still in charge and offers a goal to Lovro Majer. OM is overwhelmed!

What an opportunity for Rennes

After an error by Luan Peres in the Marseille area, Benjamin Bourigeaud took his chance but his shot flirted with Mandanda’s post after being deflected by Caleta-Car.

The smoke bombs are out

The smoke gradually takes place in the stadium following the lighting of several smoke bombs in the stands of Roazhon Park.

Tait is warned

This time, Flavien Tait will not escape it. The Rennes midfielder tackles Pape Gueye and Benoit Bastien gives him a yellow card. Jorge Sampaoli also receives it for too many repeated challenges.

Gerson too short

Big chance for OM and Gerson. Mattéo Guendouzi crosses at the far post towards the Brazilian. The latter throws himself and tries to regain the ball but he misses a few centimeters to score.

Final warning for Tait

After a gross foul by Flavien Tait on Kamara, Benoit Bastien told the Rennes midfielder that he would crack down on the next foul.

Gerson’s head misses

The Brazilian midfielder projects into the Rennes area and receives a cross from Under. But Gerson’s head misses Alfred Gomis’ goal.

Rennes are playing very well

The Rennais manage to play a more than pleasant game and dominate, for the moment, this meeting even after the advantage they took less than ten minutes ago.

Ronnier fails to recover well

Great opportunity for Valentin Rongier who finds himself alone in the Rennes penalty area but lacks accuracy to recover the ball well given in depth by Harit.

Terrier strike ends up in Mandanda’s gloves

The opener has not yet fully awakened the Olympians who suffer, in the wake of the goal, a strike from Martin Terrier. Steve Mandanda is vigilant and lays down on the ball.

Benjamin Bourigeaud capsizes Roazhon Park

Rennes opened the scoring on a perfectly executed fast action from Martin Terrier launched in depth. The former Lyonnais then finds Bourigeaud at the far post who deceives Mandanda with a flat foot.

Rennes do not make good use of a counterattack

The Rennais could have been dangerous for the first time in this match but Flavien Tait did not manage to improve the recovery of Martin Terrier.

Sampaoli is very nervous

On the edge of the field, Jorge Sampaoli is already very tense and regularly attacks the fourth referee who asks him to calm down.

Omari gets up

Warmed Omari gets up after a good minute on the ground and seems to complain about the shoulder.

Omari remains on the ground

After a tough duel with Amine Harit, the young Rennes defender Omari remains on the ground and asks for the intervention of the caregivers.

Already a big laundry in Rennes

First minute and first lesson with the big pressing Rennes. The Bretons play high and put a lot of pressure on the Marseillais.

Let’s go to Roazhon Park

The kick-off of this shock of the 37th day of Ligue 1 is given! OM are heading to Rennes for a match with European flavours. The Olympians can qualify for the next Champions League this Saturday evening.

Beginning of hostilities in fifteen minutes

The tension and the atmosphere are rising at Roazhon Park. The kick-off of this eminently important match of the 37th day of Ligue 1 will be given in fifteen minutes now.

Marseille can equal a 2009 record

If OM win in Brittany this Saturday evening, the Olympians will equal a record for points obtained away from home in a season dating back to the 2008/2009 financial year.

Rennes to continue its momentum?

Bruno Genesio’s players have been formidable in efficiency for several home matches and have scored at least two in each of their last eight receptions.

The point in the standings

Before this huge shock, a quick look at the standings is necessary to fully understand the stakes of this meeting. OM, 2nd, are three points ahead of 3rd, Monaco and six points ahead of Rennes, 5th. The Olympians could therefore officially qualify for the next Champions League tonight.

The Rennes composite

Gomis – Traoré, Omari, Aguerd, Truffert – Santamaria, Tait, Majer – Bourigeaud, Laborde, Terrier

The composition of OM without Milik and Dieng

Mandanda (cap) – Rongier, Saliba, Caleta-Car, Luan Peres – Kamara, Guendouzi, Gueye – Ünder, Harit, Gerson.

Goodnight all

Good evening everyone and welcome to the RMC Sport website to follow this clash of the 37th day of Ligue 1 between Rennes and OM live. This poster counts a lot for qualification for the next group stage of the Champions League.

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