Olympique Marseille 1-1 Rennes: Draw on Sunday

MARSEILLE. Rennes and Olympique Marseille draw 1-1. M. Guendouzi scored the first own goal (26') for Rennes. M. Guendouzi settled the score 1-1 (52').

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MARSEILLE. Rennes and Olympique Marseille draw 1-1. M. Guendouzi scored the first own goal (26′) for Rennes. M. Guendouzi settled the score 1-1 (52′). Olympique Marseille couldn’t win even though he was superior in terms of holding the ball possession (59%)

The match was played at the Stade Vélodrome stadium in Marseille on Sunday and it started at 3:00 pm local time. The referee was Benoît Bastien with the help of Hicham Zakrani and Aurélien Berthomieu. The 4th official was Abdelatif Kherradji. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant around 21.8 degrees Celsius or 71.2 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 44%.​

Match Statistics

Olympique Marseille was in firm control of the ball 59% while Rennes was struggling with a 41% ball possession.

Olympique Marseille was more aggressive with 67 dangerous attacks and 16 shots of which 5 were on target. However, this did not suffice for Olympique Marseille to win the match​.

Olympique Marseille shot 16 times, 5 on target, 11 off target. On the opposite side, Rennes shot 13 times, 6 on target, 7 off target.

Cards

Olympique Marseille received 3 yellow cards (N. Tavares, L. Balerdi and L. Suarez). On the opposite side, Rennes received 4 yellow cards (H. Traore, D. Doue, A. Gouiri and K. Sulemana).

After playing this encounter, Olympique Marseille will have 19 points like Paris Saint Germain and Lorient to stay in the 2nd place. On the other side, Rennes will have 11 points like Monaco to move up in the 9th place.

Match Events

  • 7'
    7'

    H. Traore

  • 20'
    20'

    D. Doue

  • 26'
    26'

    M. Guendouzi (OG)

  • 45'
    45'

    A. Gouiri

  • 52'
    52'

    M. Guendouzi

    J. Veretout

  • 61'
    61'

    L. Majer

    D. Doue

  • 61'
    61'

    K. Sulemana

    A. Gouiri

  • 62'
    62'

    N. Tavares

  • 68'
    68'

    K. Sulemana

  • 73'
    73'

    D. Payet

    M. Guendouzi

  • 73'
    73'

    C. Under

    A. Harit

  • 75'
    75'

    J. Doku

    B. Bourigeaud

  • 84'
    84'

    A. Kalimuendo

    M. Terrier

  • 84'
    84'

    P. Gueye

    J. Veretout

  • 84'
    84'

    L. Suarez

    A. Sanchez

  • 84'
    84'

    L. Assignon

    H. Traore

  • 85'
    85'

    L. Balerdi

  • 90'
    90'

    L. Suarez

Next match

In the upcoming Ligue 1 match, Olympique Marseille will play away with Angers SCO on the 30th of September with a 5-2 head to head record in favor of Olympique Marseille (7 draws).

Rennes will play away against Strasbourg on the 1st of October with a 8-4 head to head record in favor of Rennes (1 draw).

Olympique Marseille: Formation and Lineups

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

The manager Igor Tudor chose to play with the following team: Pau López (7.2), Chancel Mbemba (6.8), Leonardo Balerdi (7.6), Sead Kolašinac (6.4), Jonathan Clauss (6.8), Valentin Rongier (7.2), Jordan Veretout (6.8), Nuno Tavares (6.8), Mattéo Guendouzi (7.6), Amine Harit (7.0) and Alexis Sánchez (6.1).

Substitutes

Olympique Marseille made 4 changes: M. Guendouzi for D. Payet (73′), A. Harit for C. Under (73′), J. Veretout for P. Gueye (84′) and A. Sanchez for L. Suarez (84′).

Top player: Leonardo Balerdi

The player who no doubt impressed Olympique Marseille the most was Leonardo Balerdi.

His rating is (7.6) with 49 passes (83% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 7 duels out of 11.

Rennes: Formation and Lineups

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

On the opposite side, Bruno Génésio played with: Steve Mandanda (7.0), Hamari Traore (7.7), Joe Rodon (7.4), Arthur Theate (6.9), Adrien Truffert (7.0), Lesley Ugochukwu (6.9), Flavien Tait (6.9), Benjamin Bourigeaud (6.7), Désiré Doué (6.4), Martin Terrier (6.7) and Amine Gouiri (6.4).

Substitutes

Rennes made 5 changes: D. Doue for L. Majer (61′), A. Gouiri for K. Sulemana (61′), B. Bourigeaud for J. Doku (75′), M. Terrier for A. Kalimuendo (84′) and H. Traore for L. Assignon (84′).

Top player: Hamari Traore

Probably the most impressive player in Rennes was Hamari Traore.

His rating is (7.7) with 41 passes (82% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 10.

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