Lille 1-1 Rennes: Draw on Sunday

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VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ. Lille and Rennes draw 1-1. J. Fonte scored the first goal (16') for Lille. B. Bourigeaud settled the score 1-1 (58') with a penalty kick.

VILLENEUVE D’ASCQ. Lille and Rennes draw 1-1. J. Fonte scored the first goal (16′) for Lille. B. Bourigeaud settled the score 1-1 (58′) with a penalty. Lille was far superior when it came to possession ball (62%)​

The match was played at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy stadium in Villeneuve d’Ascq on Sunday and it started at 5:05 pm local time. The referee was Johan Hamel who was helped by Mathieu Grosbost and Cyril Gringore. The 4th official was Pierre Legat.

Match Statistics

Lille was in firm control of the ball 62% while Rennes was struggling with a 38% ball possession.

Lille was more aggressive with 64 dangerous attacks and 19 shots of which 7 were on target. However, this did not suffice for Lille to win the match​.

Lille shot 19 times, 7 on target, 12 off target. On the opposite side, Rennes shot 3 times, 2 on target, 1 off target.


Lille received 4 yellow cards (T. Djalo, J. Bamba, B. Diakite and C. Noom Quomah Baleba). On the opposite side, Rennes received 1 yellow card (C. Wooh).

Also, Rennes didn’t manage to end the match with 11 players after B. Meling (Rennes) was sent out after receiving a straight red card in the (90′).

After this contest, Lille will have 22 points to stay in the 7th place. On the opposite side, Rennes will have 27 points like Lorient to stay in the 3rd place.

Match Events

  • 16'

    J. Fonte

  • 37'

    C. Wooh

  • 43'

    A. Ounas

    A. Gomes

  • 55'

    T. Djalo

  • 57'

    J. Bamba

  • 58'

    B. Bourigeaud (Penalty)

  • 61'

    L. Majer

    F. Tait

  • 74'

    B. Diakite

  • 82'

    B. Meling

    A. Kalimuendo

  • 84'

    A. Virginius

    J. Bamba

  • 84'

    C. Noom Quomah Baleba

    A. Gomes

  • 90'

    B. Meling

  • 90'

    C. Noom Quomah Baleba

Next match

In the next match in the Rennes will host Toulouse on the 12th of November with a 15-8 head to head record in favor of Rennes (7 draws).

Lille: Formation and Lineups

Lille started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

The manager Paulo Alexandre Rodrigues Fonseca chose to play with the following team: Lucas Chevalier (6.4), Timothy Weah (7.1), José Fonte (7.5), Tiago Djaló (6.8), Bafodé Diakité (6.2), Benjamin André (6.5), André Gomes (7.0), Angel Gomes (6.6), Rémy Cabella (7.4), Jonathan Bamba (6.2) and Jonathan David (7.1).


Lille made 3 changes: A. Gomes for A. Ounas (43′), J. Bamba for A. Virginius (84′) and A. Gomes for C. Noom Quomah Baleba (84′).

Top player: Adam Ounas

The player who no doubt impressed Lille the most was Adam Ounas.

His rating is (7.9) with 16 passes (81% accurate) and 4 key passes. He was won 8 duels out of 11. He performed 5 crosses. He hit the woodwork once times.

His performance was notable also because he began the game from the bench before entering the field in the 43′.

Rennes: Formation and Lineups

Rennes started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

On the opposite side, Bruno Génésio played with: Steve Mandanda (6.8), Hamari Traore (6.6), Christopher Wooh (7.3), Arthur Theate (7.0), Adrien Truffert (6.3), Xeka (7.1), Lesley Ugochukwu (6.5), Amine Gouiri (6.4), Benjamin Bourigeaud (7.1), Arnaud Kalimuendo (6.4) and Flavien Tait (6.2).


Rennes made 2 changes: F. Tait for L. Majer (61′) and A. Kalimuendo for B. Meling (82′).

Top player: Christopher Wooh

The player who no doubt impressed Rennes the most was Christopher Wooh.

His rating is (7.3) with 41 passes (80% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 8.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Ligue 1



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