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Rennais Stadium. Rennes have an apathetic Paris with a great Mandanda – Stade Rennais

Even Kylian Mbappé, the eternal resource, could not get his team out of the mesh of Stade Rennais, logically winner of this match of the 28th day on goals from Karl Toko-Ekambi (45 ‘) and Arnaud Kalimuendo (48 ‘ ), trained at PSG. For Paris, the season seems to have ended in Munich ten days ago, where PSG measured the superiority of Bayern (1-0/2-0), in the knockout stages of the Champions League. After this new disappointment, PSG may have to think about rebuilding their team around Kylian Mbappé, captain in the absence of Marquinhos. But as in Munich, “Kyky” remained powerless. Steve Mandanda won their only duel (40’). The Rennes goalkeeper also released the best shot in Paris, signed – once is not custom – Marco Verratti (84 ‘).

President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi and his football adviser Luis Campos, who appeared in dismay after the second goal, have work to do.

The Parisian leaders can meditate on the example of Arnaud Kalimuendo, still a former member of the house, scorer against his colors. They let him leave this summer for Rennes, after having loaned him a season to Lens, and preferred to bet 35 million euros on Hugo Ekitike, author once again of a disappointing entry.

Kalimuendo, the blow of the ex

Admittedly, for this match Galtier had to field an experimental defense. Deprived by injury of four centrals, Marquinhos, Sergio Ramos, Nordi Mukiele and of course Presnel Kimpembe, the coach persevered in his three-way hinge with a kid in his position and two old veterans displaced. The Parisian rearguard split on a fine opening from Benjamin Bourigeaud, where Karl Toko Ekambi escaped Bernat and Danilo to beat Gianluigi Donnarumma with a cross shot just before the break.

And from the resumption Kalimuendo made the blow of the ex.

With this prestigious success, Rennes moved up to fifth place ahead of Lille, four points behind Monaco. After taking only one point in its last two matches, Bruno Genesio’s team has relaunched itself well in the race for Europe.

Rennes is definitely successful against PSG: it is the fourth victory of the Reds and Blacks in the last seven clashes in L1 against the capital club.

Apart from a little the case of Messi, the supporters however did not let go of the team during the 90 minutes, apart from a short strike of five minutes at the start of the second period, to remind us that without them there is no ‘atmosphere.

Even at the final whistle, after a short bronca, the Auteuil stand timidly applauded its players, as if resigned to this mediocrity…


Referee: M.Delajod.

GOALS. Toko Ekambi (45′), Kalimuendo (48′).

Warnings. Paris: Zaire-Emery (80′); Rennes: Wooh (52′)

PARIS : Donnarumma – Pembele (Zaire-Emery, 46′), Bitshiabu, Bernat (Sanches, 56′), Danilo, Mendes – Verratti, Fabian Ruiz (Ekitike, 56′), Vitinha, Messi – Mbappé (cap.). Trainer: C. Galtier.

RENNAIS STADIUM : Mandanda – Spence (Traore, 78′), Wooh, Omari, Theate, Truffert (Meling, 5′), Bourigeaud (cap.) – Ugochukwu (Santamaria, 78′), Doué (Gouiri, 71′) – Kalimuendo (Salah, 79′), Toko Ekambi. Trainer: B. Genesio.

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