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OL sneak past Rennes on Terrier's late heroics

Published on 29 March 2019 at 8:09 PM
Stade Rennais FC - OL : l'OL lance son sprint final par une victoire au finish (0-1)
The second-half sub scored in the 86th minute to give Lyon a 1-0 win Friday night at Roazhon Park.


13’. Fekir's free kick is deflected off the post by Koubek.
20’. Ndombele shoots just wide from the edge of the box.
23’. Memphis set up nicely in front of goal, only to send his attempt off-target.
24’. Fekir's trickling effort beats the keeper but goes just wide.
51’. Marcelo's header is cleared in front of the goal line by Gélin.
55’. Sarr comes close with a half-volley that hits the side netting.
64’. Aouar curls one just wide as he tried to catch Koubek off guard.
68’. Ndombele has room inside the box, but shoots right at the keeper.
86’. Terrier tucks it past Koubek after a nice service from Dubois. 0-1.


Back from the last international break of the season, OL made the most of their visit to Roazhon Park Friday night with a 1-0 win over Rennes thanks to second half substitute Martin Terrier's 86th minute goal. Three massive points that put Les Gones within one of second-place Lille, who visit Nantes on Sunday. Playing with a 4-4-2 diamond formation, Lyon had chances galore in the first half but failed to put any of them away. The best of the bunch was a Nabil Fekir free kick (13') deflected off the post.




The second half saw a much more dangerous Rennes side, despite the visitors threatening to take the lead with Marcelo's header (51') that was cleared by Gélin in front of the goal line. Anthony Lopes was much more active as well in OL's goal, but managed to fend off Sarr and his fellow attackers. A scoreless draw was looking more and more likely until four minutes from time. With fellow sub Bertrand Traoré starting the play, Terrier tucked it past Koubek (86', 0-1) after a nice service from Leo Dubois. Three points... no better way to kick off the final stretch of the season.




Bruno Genesio became the the fifth most capped coach in OL history Friday night. The Lyon boss coached his 175th match in all competitions against Rennes, putting him just ahead of the Oscar Heisserer - precisely the first head coach in club history. 



Roazhon Park, Rennes.

L1 (Match Day 30): Stade Rennais FC – OL 0-1 (0-0)

Referee: Antony Gautier.

Goal: Terrier (86') for OL.

Bookings: Hunou (45+1') and Zeffane (82') for SRFC. Marcelo (78'), Aouar (83') and Ndombele (90+3') for OL.

Stade Rennais FC: Kubek – Zeffane, Nyamsi, Mexer, S. Doumbia – I. Sarr, B. André (cap.), Hunou, Léa-Siliki (Gélin, 35') – M. Niang (Del Castillo, 77'), Ben Arfa. Coach: Julien Stéphan.

OL: Lopes – Dubois, Marcelo, Denayer, Rafael – Tousart  Ndombele, Aouar – Fekir (cap.) – Dembélé (Terrier, 74'), Memphis (Traoré, 84'). Coach: Bruno Genesio.





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