December 5, 2021

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  1. 41′ – Yellow 2 – Tigi Savagnier
  2. 28′ – Goal – Louvreau Mager (2-0)
  3. 8′ – Goal – Martin Terrier (1-0)
  4. 6′ – Yellow – Florent Mullet
  5. 4′ – Yellow – Tigi Savagnier
  1. 90 + 2′ – Follow Martin Terrier by Jeremy Duques
  2. 90 + 1′ – Verve. Jonas Martin by Leslie Ogochukwu
  3. 89′ – Verve. Bab Joris Shutter Sasha Delay
  4. 89′ – Continued Mihajlo Ristic by Matthew Thuler
  5. 88′ – Follow Adrien Troffert by Berger Melling
  6. 86′ – Jill – Flavian Tait
  7. 83′ – Verve. Donkey Traore Lorenz Assignon
  8. 83′ – Lovro Mager continued to Serho Guerassi
  9. 73′ – Verve. Maxim Steve Babe Nicholas Koza

Jeremy Duques is a footballer again. The Red Devil was out of play for a while due to an injury, but tonight he’s back on the field. In Stade Rennes’ 2-0 win over Montpellier, Doukou entered in the 92nd minute.

Jeremy Duco has already had a lot of injury concerns this season. At the end of August, the 19-year-old winger injured his thigh and in mid-October also suffered a knee injury. Today, these fears are a thing of the past.

There was not yet a primary place for Dooku against Montpellier. From the bench he saw how Martin Terrier was already hitting the net in the eighth minute. After about 20 minutes, Lovreux Mager secured the victory for Rennes. To make matters worse for Montpellier, he faced Tigi Savagnier with his second yellow card before the break.

At the 92nd minute, it was time for Doku at Roazhon Park. Our compatriot was allowed to replace the top scorer Martin Terrier. After 3 minutes the match ended.

With the win, Rin moved up to the handsome second place in the standings. It is 12 points less than leaders Paris Saint-Germain.

  1. The second half, the 95th minute, the game is over
  2. Serho Gerassi (Rennes Stadium) can position with his right foot, but his shot is blocked. Second half, 94th minute.
  3. Mateus Thuler (Montpellier) blows the whistle by the referee. He went away in Serho Guerassi (Stade Rennes). Second half, 92nd minute.
  4. The second half, the 92nd minute. Substitution in Stade Rennes, Jeremy Duques inside, and Martin Terrier out.
  5. The second half, the 91st minute. Substitution in Rennes, Leslie Ogochukwu inside, Jonas Martin exit
  6. Florent Mollet (Montpellier) hits the goal with his right foot, but his shot goes too far. Second half, 90th minute.
  7. Martin Terrier (Stade Rennes) blows the whistle by the referee. He went away in Junior Sambia (Montpellier). Second half, 89th minute.
  8. The second half, the 89th minute. Substitution in Montpellier, Sacha Delay inside, Joris Schuttard outside.
  9. Second half, 89th minute. Substitution in Montpellier, Matthews Thuler inside, Mihajlo Ristic outside
  10. The second half, the 88th minute. Substitution in Rennes, Berger Melling, Adrian Troffert.
  11. Bad luck for Stade Rennes, because Gaëtan Laborde’s shot hit the post. Second half, 87th minute.
  12. Yellow card to Flavian Tait from Rennes during the second half, 86th minute
  13. Montpellier gets a free kick. Flavian Tait (Stade Rennes) defeated Stevie Mavididi. Second half, 86th minute.
  14. The second half, the 83rd minute. Substitution at Stade Rennes, Lorenz Assignon inside, Hamari Traore outside.
  15. The second half, the 83rd minute. Substitution at Rennes, Serho Guerassi inside, Lovro Mager outside
  16. Flavian Tait (Stade Rennes) can pass with his right foot, but his shot is blocked. Second half, 82nd minute.
  17. Raising the assistant referee’s flag: Beni Makwana (Montpellier) was offside. Second half, 78th minute.
  18. Hamra Traore (Stade Rennes) blows the whistle by the referee. He went away in Beni Makouana (Montpellier). Second half, 78th minute.
  19. Gaëtan Laborde (Stade Rennes) can position with his left foot, but his shot is blocked. Second half, 77th minute.
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