Stade Rennais corrects Auxerre and continues its recovery

Stade Rennais continues its recovery. Despite a still sluggish start to the season, Genesio’s men did the hardest part against AJ Auxerre this Sunday. After his victory in Larnaka in C3, the Bretons composed with a Gouiri-Terrier attack as well as Bourigeaud and Sulemana on the wings. For AJA, Niang celebrated his first tenure with the promoted. But the game quickly turned in favor of Rennes, with a good recovery from Sulemana, who could finish strong for the first opportunity of the match (1-0, 3rd).

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But after a fanfare start and the injury of Santamaria (11th), the Bretons purred and rubbed themselves several times in front of Costil, like Terrier (25th), giving AJA the opportunity to regain hope . After a half-volley from Niang close to hitting the target (37′), Touré narrowly missed surprising Mandanda from a distance, always vigilant (48′). But despite this low time, the Auxerrois showed too much weakness in front of goal to worry the locals.

Amine Gouiri released

And finally, after a recovery error from Coeff, Gouiri was able to recover on the right, before landing in the area and scoring from the right, in the opposite side netting (2-0, 60th). A sigh of relief for the public at Roazhon Park, who had been waiting for the goal of the break for long minutes. A few moments later, Gouiri, still him, could accelerate on the right wing and send a cross to the far post, converted by Terrier (3-0, 68th).

In control at the end of the game, Rennes even added a fourth goal at the end of the game after a placement error from the promoted. On a long raise from Mandanda, Tait could erase Costil and definitively seal the victory (4-0, 80th). Before the young Rennais Abline is added to the list of scorers (5-0, 84th). While waiting to receive Fenerbahçe in the Europa League, the SRFC secures and returns to two points behind OL, who travel to Monaco this evening (8:45 p.m.). Before Lorient, Auxerre sank and chained a third defeat in a row.

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