The Bretons, too fragile, bow and see the Monegasques come back by three lengths

Bruno Génésio’s players lost valuable points in the Champions League race on Friday.

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Rennes had not accustomed his supporters to such an appearance. In a clash for Europe on Friday 15 April at Roazhon Park, the Bretons looked amorphous and logically lost 3-2. Bruno Génésio and his players miss the opportunity to overtake Marseille before the Olympians face PSG on Sunday, but most importantly see their opponent falling back to just three points in the evening. A defeat they owe only to themselves.

However, the evening got off to an ideal start for Rennes with an early start from Flavien Tait (3rd). One of the few real chances for the Rennais, with the penalty at the very end of the game by Martin Terrier (90 + 3), so often offensively extravagant this season.

But the Rouge et Noir rearguard faltered defensively in this opening game of the 32nd matchday of Ligue 1. Birger Meling, beaten by Vanderson in the race, was unable to prevent the Monegasque equalizer from the Brazilian winger (12 ). It was then a delay between the two centre-backs that allowed Kevin Volland to serve Wissam Ben Yedder on a plateau (2-1, 56′) before Myron Boadu missed the break after a poor comeback from Warmed Omari (77′). ). . Too many errors to match this requirement level.

Rennes need to recover against Strasbourg on Wednesday, which could fall back to a point if they beat Troyes on Sunday. The Bretons must make their two days of rest more profitable than the Alsatians, but above all they must not repeat the same technical mistakes.

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