AND FOUR FOR LENS! (4-2)
Sotoca lets Lens take a break this time! What a gem for the Sang et Or striker who finds the net with a masterful recovery from the outside of the foot! What a conclusion!
GOAL CANCELED! (3-2)
We’ll stay 3-2 at Lens! In the Breton mess, a Lensois player intervened and prevented the Merlus goalkeeper from correctly reading the trajectory of the ball. Offside and goal disallowed!
LENS TAKES THE BREAK! (4-2)
Entering the game before the end of the first period, Openda comes to score Lensois’ fourth goal! The Belgian takes advantage of a big mess in the Hake’s defense to give his team some air!
After another forceful match, Payet gives way to Under. Rongier is also replaced by Veretout.
Two crossbars in quick succession! After seeing his shot hit the crossbar, Muhammed Cham sees his teammate Rashani try her luck at first, and see him, see the crossbar move away from danger! This is completely crazy! Still 1-0!
LENS TAKES THE LEAD! (3-2)
This match is crazy! So the Hake had returned to the level of the locals, Abdul Samed puts the Sang et O back in front of the scoreboard!
BREST GOAL! (1-1)
Honorat rings the alarm clock and tricks Mandanda twice! Incredible equalizing goal against the course of the game (1-1)
GOAL FOR OM! (1-0)
Opening of the deserved marker after an excellent first half! Payet places the ball on Gueye’s head, allowing his people to take the lead! 1-0!
RENNES SEIZES THE ADVANTAGE! (1-0)
It is logical ! Dominant from the start of the match, the Rennais saw their effort rewarded and took advantage of the passivity in the Brest area to score from a corner!
Balerdi comes into play
Hit in the knee, Gigot gave way to Balerdi in the first minutes of this second half.
Awesome Moffi! In great form at the start of the season, the Merlus striker perfectly deflects Enzo Le Fée’s corner and allows his team to level! 2-2! What a comeback!
Flat calm in Rennes
Very calm start to the second half in Rennes. Génésio’s soldiers returned with less intention than in the first act.
Here we go again on all lawns!
With the exception of Said’s sotie in the first category on the Lens side, we keep the same actors in all three gardens after the dressing room!
Half time at the Velodrome!
Thirteen clean sheets, 70% possession… These statistics are enough to say that the Olympians are completely lacking in lucidity in this first act! Still 0-0 against Clermont.
It’s the break in Lens (2-1)
Lens dominated Les Merlus by head and shoulders but completely revived the game by conceding Moffi’s fourth goal of the season. Everything remains to be done for Lorient.
Part time in Rennes! (0-0)
At the moment, Brest is calm after the heavy defeat against Montpellier last weekend (7-0) and stands up to the dominant Rennes. 0-0 at halftime.
HAKE GOAL! (2-1)
It’s core reduction! Moffi perfectly deflects a low cross from Ouattara and restarts this part. This is the third goal of his season!
Lorient tries to react
Nice collective move from the Hakes who struggle to be dangerous in this part. This foul by Poreba offers them an interesting free kick. However, the center of Enzo Le Fée finds no one.
Nine shots to zero, almost 70% possession… The Olympic athletes lack realism at the beginning of the game! Still 0-0.
LENS TAKES THE BREAK! (2-0)
This is the second goal in four minutes! The Blood and Gold are breaking and how! Wesley Said plays through Hake’s entire defense before scoring his second goal in the season opener.
RENNES VERY CLOSE TO THE SCORE!
It’s the first big chance of this match and it’s for the locals! At the end of a great collective movement, Kamaldeen Sulemana sends a good pass into the penalty area for Meling who sees the Clermont goalkeeper make an XXL parade!
LENS GOAL! (1-0)
Sotoca gives Lens the advantage against Lorient. This is his fourth achievement of the season!
The Lensois striker takes advantage of the great passivity in the Hake defense to convert a super cross from one of his teammates!
Valentin Rongier sees his shot hit the crossbar of the Clermont cages! Here it is, the first big break for Olympians!
101 passes for the Marseilles, against 39 for Clermont. OM have completely deprived the visitors of the ball since the start of the match.
First blow for Rennes!
It was enough to say it for the opposite to happen. The ball at his feet as he entered the surface, Bourigeaud tried his luck but couldn’t find the goal. Finally a first opportunity in this 100% Breton meeting.
Barren domain for Rennes
75% possession of Génésio’s men but still without the slightest chance after a quarter of an hour of play.
Mbemba try your luck!
The former FC Porto defender attempts a tricky move from the right side of the penalty area. The outside of his foot misses the mark.
Concern for Nuno Taveres!
Nuno Tavares remains on the ground after receiving a nice sole. The medical team came to treat him.
Opportunity for OM!
And it comes from a set piece play and a super foul by Dimitri Payet. Unfortunately for the Olympian captain, his shot lacks force. Still 0-0.
First fuse lit by the Stade Rennais!
Very intense start to the match and Rennes is the first to be dangerous! Bourigeaud tries to find Terrier in the box but Brest’s defense removes the danger in extremis.
Observation phase between OM and Clermont
Quiet start to the match. The two teams observe each other and take the time to build their actions.
Goal disallowed for Lorient!
Moffi thought he had given the Hakes the advantage but was ultimately quickly flagged for offside!
Kick off !
Let’s go to the Orange Vélodrome and to all the lawns!
Magnificent atmosphere everywhere with a little crush on this sublime Vélodrome stadium that is sold out!
First for Bailly!
Presentation and first term of Bailly in the Marseillaise robe!
Kick-off is imminent!
The players enter little by little on the lawns of the different parts! The head-to-head between OM and Clermont will obviously be the highlight of this Multiplex.
Brest-Rennes: Slimani’s first mandate, Mandanda back in Rennes goals!
Reindeer: Mandanda – Assignon, Rodon, Theate, Meling – Majer, Santamaria, Tait – Sulemana, Terrier, Bourigeaud.
chest: Bizot – Duverne, Chardonnet, Dari, Brassier – Magnetti, Belkebla, Honorat – Pereira Lage, Slimani, Belaili.
Lens-Lorient: Openda starts on the bench, Fofana absent from the minutes in Lens
Lens: Samba – Gradit, Danso, Medina – Said, Abdul Samed, Poreba, Machado – Cabot, Sotoca, Costa.
Lorient: Mvogo – Kalulu, Laporte, Talbi, Le Goff – Abergel, Le Fée – Ouattara, Diarra, Le Bris – Moffi.
OM-Clermont: the compositions revealed, Payet is still a starter
OM: López – Mbemba, Gigot, Bailly – Clauss, Rongier, Gueye, Tavares – Guendouzi, Payet – Sánchez.
Clermont: Diaw – Seidu, Wieteska, Ogier, Mendy – Magnin, Gastien – Bela, Saracevic, Rashani – Andric.
In its columns of the day, the newspaper L’Équipe announces that Igor Tudor has decided to line up the Olympic captain from the start. Down since the start of the season, Payet had made an almost perfect copy in the victory against Nice (3-0) last weekend.
Before the game’
Good morning to all !
And welcome to our site to follow live the 9:00 p.m. multiplex of Ligue 1 on this 5th day of the championship. Three meetings on the program: Marseille Olympics (2nd, 10 points) receives Clermont (9th, 6 points), the Brest Stadium (14th, 4 points) moves to reindeer (13th, 4 points), and finally lens (3rd, 10 points) will try to take advantage of his good form against Lorient (5th, 7 points) for the last meeting of this Multiplex. It starts at 21:00!
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