Rennes pig d'entre ! - Dbrief et NOTES des joueurs (SRFC 0-1 Lorient) - Football

Rennes pig d’entre ! – Dbrief et NOTES des joueurs (SRFC 0-1 Lorient) – Football


Dominating but disappointing, Rennes fell from a height by losing at home against Lorient (0-1) this Sunday during the first day of Ligue 1.

Rodon and Rennes got off to a bad start to the season.

Punished for their sterile domination, Stade Rennais missed their comeback by being surprised by Lorient (0-1) this Sunday at Roazhon Park on the occasion of the 1st day of Ligue 1.

Unsurprisingly, Bruno Genesio’s men quickly got into action against the strongly defensive Merlus after their 5-0 defeat at the same place last April.

The Rennais break their teeth

The Rouge et Noir camped in the opposing half but their movements lacked spontaneity and accuracy in the last pass to overcome the opposing block. When Terrier managed to launch Laborde, Mvogo was on parade and won his duel. While Mandanda, little asked, indulged in the luxury of dribbling Ouattara in his area, the Rennais found themselves systematically checked by a foot or a header from Lorient at the other end of the field.

Lorient resists

Rgis Le Bris’ men suffered but held on against a much less attractive SRFC than last season. Upon returning from the locker room, Terrier and Majer tried long shots to break through the opposing wall. Without success, and the former Lyonnais was then defeated by a tap from Mvogo. Like this threatening coiled strike from Ouattara, the Lorient residents began to wake up while the locals began to lose their nerves, like this ugly sole from Truffert.

Theater and Rennes become disillusioned

As often in such cases, Rennes were punished when Theate scored against his side, against the run of play, on an innocuous cross from Kalulu (0-1, 65th)! In the crowd, Le Fe on a lob and especially Laurient, checked by the post, were close to killing the game. With their entrants Doku, Sulemana, Dou and Guirassy, ​​Rennes pushed, but Mvogo defeated Guirassy and then especially Doku after additional time to allow the Hakes to achieve the perfect shot.

Match score: 5/10

For nearly an hour, we witnessed a very disappointing match, with Rennais dominating in a sterile way by multiplying side passes against an opponent well in place. On the other hand, the awakening in Lorient and Rennes’ attempts to equalize led to a pleasant and breathtaking last half hour in a good atmosphere for this derby.

The goal :

– On an innocuous cross from Kalulu on the right, Theate misses his clearance with the left and lobes Mandanda (0-1, 65).

Players’ NOTES

Maxifoot has assigned a note (out of 10) comments on each player.

Man of the match: Yvon Mvogo (7/10)

Author of 6 saves, the Swiss goalkeeper succeeded in his debut with Lorient! The rookie won a decisive duel against Laborde and Guirassy in each period. The last bulwark also made two important tap dances against Terrier during the hour of play and especially against Doku during additional time. Enough to forget his missed outings on a corner at the start of the game.


Steve Mandanda (5): not asked for more than 30 minutes, the goalkeeper recruited OM amused the gallery by dribbling Ouattara in his area, before remaining vigilant on a soft strike from Laurent. The Habs then push back Ouattara’s free kick, but can do nothing on the opposing goal, betrayed by Theate. Frustrating.

Hamari Traor (5): defensively, the Rennes captain was generally serious in his right lane. Less in sight offensively than usual, the Malian still woke up in the second period, but he confused speed and haste, before finally letting himself be won over by nervousness.

Joe Rodon (5): less present in the duels than Theate, the central defender generally had a quiet game, and displayed rather encouraging ball exit qualities.

Arthur Theate (3): for his first official match with Rennes, the central defender recruited 22 million euros Bologna lived a nightmare with this largely avoidable goal against his camp which weighs on his team. Too bad because the Belgian had until then made a rather interesting copy with a good presence in the duels and well muzzled Moffi.

Adrien Truffert (5.5): as often very active, the left-back offered a lot of solutions and tried to combine but he had trouble punching through the opposing wall. More nervous afterwards and warned for a big sole on Le Fe.

Lovro Majer (4): a forgotten part for the Croatian, who has multiplied the bad choices and lost too many balloons. The midfielder did not find the frame on his attempt after returning from the locker room. Replace the 68th minute with Serhou Guirassy (no)defeated by Mvogo on his biggest chance.

Baptiste Santamaria (6): in the envy, the midfielder showed the example and he fought to recover each ball lost by him or his teammates. Author of a decisive 0-1 save at the end.

Flavien Tait (5): very present in the construction, the midfielder made a correct copy and initiated some beautiful movements. The Rennais will have lacked inspiration in the last 30 meters, like his team. Replace 73rd minute with Desire Dou (no)stirring for his first in L1.

Benjamin Bourigeaud (4.5): a rather disappointing game for the playmaker of the SRFC. Despite some good balls slipped by his attackers, the Rennais did not exercise his usual control over the game, due to a lack of precision, and he gave in to annoyance several times. Replace 73rd minute with Kamaldeen Sulemana (no).

Gatan Laborde (4): we knew the attacker more present in the offensive movements of his team. The former Bordelais struggled to get rid of the opposing marking and he collided with Mvogo on his biggest chance at the start of the game. Replace 73rd minute with Jrmy Doku (no)deprived of the equalizer by Mvogo in the final moments.

Martin Terrier (5): the former Lyonnais will perhaps have a little less to do than his attacking comprehensions and he fought to combine, the image of this scraped ball which offers a big opportunity Laborde. Less successful in front of goal.


Yvon Mvogo (7): read the comment above.

G. Kalulu (7): for his first in Ligue 1, the right side made a strong impression. Impeccable in his corridor and very needy, the defector from Ajaccio perfectly closed the door to Truffert and Terrier, who were never able to overtake him. Percussive on his mounts, the Congolese international then has the luxury of provoking the goal against his camp of Theate.

Julien Laporte (6.5): a strong match for the central defender, who gave a lot of himself to close the door, like this shot from Terrier deflected for a corner. Some dangerous bullet losses.

Montassar Talbi (6): recruited this summer, the Tunisian international convinced for his debut and formed a solid hinge with Laporte. The central defender showed a lot of confidence in the duels. He still has to erase his bullet losses, like the one that resulted in Laborde’s action.

Vincent Le Goff (5): a diligent match for the left side, who fought well to prevent Traor and Bourigeaud from sneaking behind his back.

Dango Ouattara (5.5): very prominent at the end of last season, the winger continued in the same way. Rather hard-hitting on the counter, the Burkinab gets two of his team’s biggest chances.

Laurent Abergel (6): eye-catching, the captain from Lorient set an example and tried to slow down Rennes in each duel with valuable defensive comebacks.

Bonke Innocent (4): the midfielder did not weigh heavily on recovery and he struggled to get out of the opposing pressure. One of the few Hakes inconspicuous. Replace the 66th minute with Tho Le Bris (not not)nephew of the new coach and author of a nice pass on the post of Laurient.

Armand Laurient (6): despite his initial desires, the Lorient winger was aligned and he largely did the job by posting a big chest on the left side. He hurt on the counter and finds the post at the end of the game. Replace the 90th+1 minute with Stéphane Diarra (no no).

Enzo Le Fe (5): lined up as a second striker, the Lorientais offered an interesting presence and played the shots hard against. Victim of a bad sole from Truffert, he gritted his teeth and then tried a daring lob, without framing it.

Teremas Moffi (4): well taken by Theate, the Nigerian striker had a difficult match and he barely existed in the opposing area. Replace the 84th minute with Ibrahima Kon (no).

+ Find the results and the classification of Ligue 1 on Maxifoot

And for you, who were the best and worst players of the game? Comment in the “comments” box below!

RENNES 0-1 LORIENT (mid-time: 0-0) – FRANCE – Ligue 1 / 1st day
Stadium: Roazhon Park, Rennes – Referee: Bastien Dechepy, France

But : – A. Théate (65th, csc) for LORIENT
Warnings : A. Truffert (62nd), A. Theate (87th), H. Traor (87th)for RENNES – V. Le Goff (75th)for LORIEN

REINDEER : S. Mandanda – J.Rodon, A. Theate – H.Traor, A. Truffert – L. Majer (S. Guirassy, ​​​​68th), B. Santamara, F. Tait (K. Sulemana, 73rd) – B. Bourigeaud (D. Dou, 73rd), G. Laborde (J. Doku, 73rd), Mr. Terrier

LORIEN : Y.Mvogo – J.Laporte, Mr. Talbi – G. Kalulu, V. Le Goff – D. Faissal Ouattara, L. Abergel, B. Innocent (T. Le Bris, 67th) – E. And Fe, T. Moffi (I. Kon, 84th), A. Laurent (S. Diarra, 90th)

Nice atmosphere in the stands for this derby.


The joy of Lorient on the CSC of Theate (0-1, 65th).

Lorient goalkeeper Yvon Mvogo made a successful debut in L1.

The restless entry of Dou will not have been enough for Rennes.

Hamari Traor and Rennes powerless…

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