Nantes condemns the song on Sala by Nice supporters
At the end of the evening, FC Nantes issued a press release to regret and condemn the song about the death of Emiliano Sala, sung by some Nice supporters during the Nice ASSE. The Nantes Club also thanks the OGCN and Christophe Galtier for their support.
The press release from Nantes:
“FC Nantes is shocked by the songs of some Nice supporters.
FC Nantes was horrified to discover the tenor of the songs of some OGC Nice supporters and can only strongly condemn such actions, which humiliate the memory of Emiliano Sala.
At the same time, FC Nantes would like to thank OGC Nice and its coach Christophe Galtier for their support and their strong condemnation of such statements.
FC Nantes as a whole supports Emiliano’s family and loved ones.
Kombouaré’s anger after the Nice supporters’ song about Sala’s death
After Nantes’ success against Rennes (2-1), Antoine Kombouaré expressed his disgust after some Nice supporters chanted about Emiliano Sala’s death: “Human bullshit knows no bounds, I’m outraged. I don’t know what to say because I would risk becoming very violent. These guys don’t give a damn about a stadium. We would have that as fans (in Nantes), they should be banned. These are people who should no longer have their place in a stadium. It’s embarrassing. Our Emiliano is gone. I feel sorry for Emiliano’s family. I knew the fans can be violent sometimes, they can be idiots, but these are really assholes. There are no words to describe the bullshit of these people. “
With David Phelippeau in Nantes
This is the end of this meeting!
Nantes beat Rennes (2-1), in a late match of day 36 of Ligue 1, thanks to goals from Kalifa Coulibaly (45′) and Nicolas Pallois (71′) on one side against a performance by Flavien Tait (32′). .) further the other. Nantes is ninth while Rennes is fifth but their Champions League spirit is almost gone for good.
Nantes fights back
The defenders of Nantes are challenged until the end!
Another knowledgeable player
It’s Tait who is cautioned after a foul on Corchia.
The Rennais meet a Nantes defense that resists!
In the penalty area, Tel hits from the right, but his ball flies over it!
New yellow card out
Blas receives a warning after a foul on Doku.
Blas addresses the crowd
In the euphoria of their Coupe de France title, Nantes is on the verge of bringing down Rennes.
Two final changes in Rennes
Bourigeaud and Martin are replaced by Tel and Ugochukwu. Coco replaced Coulibaly in Nantes.
Rennes could lose big
A loss and Rennes could see their chances of seeing next year’s Champions League almost completely wiped out!
Terrier hits the ball from the right but Lafont catches the ball.
Triple change also in Rennes
Truffert, Majer and Laborde are replaced by Meling, Guirassy and Doku.
Rennes tries to react
Tait hits with his right foot from a distance, but Pallois counters. On the surface, Martin insists, but he’s also countered.
Nantes takes advantage!!!!
From this corner, served by Blas at the far post, Pallois volleys the ball from the left and scores! What sense!
We demand a hand in the box
Served after a touch, Moutoussamy swings in from the left in the box but Bourigeaud counters him. We claim a hand but Nantes recovers a corner.
Triple substitution in Nantes
Geubbels, Bukari, and Cyprien are replaced by Merlin, Appiah, and Kolo Muani.
First yellow card
It’s Cyprien who is cautioned after a foul on Tait.
We go beat by beat
In the penalty area, Bourigeaud hits from the right, but Fabio counters. Blas tries his luck from afar from the left, but it doesn’t go on goal.
Laborde is forgotten!
After that corner kick from left to right, Laborde at the far post takes the ball with the sole of his right foot, but his ball goes wide!
This ball has been touched
It’s a corner for Rennes that Castelletto conceded on that ball from Tait.
If the score stays there…
…then Rennes would climb to fourth place in the table.
Bukari gets a magnifying glass
After this corner, Bukari uses his chance from the right from a distance, but his ball flies away!
Nantes gets a corner
With every climb, Nantes puts its opponent under pressure. Corner received from Geubbels.
Tait is in top form!
Tait shoots from the left in the penalty area, but his ball just misses!
Not much happens…
Rennes spins the ball and Nantes defends.
Bourigeaud takes his chance
Bourigeaud makes a save from a long-range attempt from the right, but Lafont grabs the ball. Opposite Coulibaly is then reported offside.
We will warm up in Rennes
Guirassy and Doku went to warm up.
We went with the same
There is no change to report on either side at the break.
At the entrance to the surface, Tait takes his chance from the left, but Lafont deflects the ball with the end of his gloves for a corner!
Coulibaly already in action
From a distance, Coulibaly turns and strikes from the right, but Gomis intervenes!
It’s time for the second period!
The impetus was given and Nantes engaged.
It’s half time!
At the end of the first 45 minutes, Nantes and Rennes were tied (1-1), with a goal by Kalifa Coulibaly (45′) on one side and a goal by Flavien Tait (32′) on the other.
Compensation from Nantes!!!!
Right side, in the penalty area, Bukari center strong in front of goal. Coulibaly, up close, closes with a right foot!
Served in the penalty area, Coulibaly bets with his head, but his ball flies over it.
The firm hand of Lafont!
From afar, Terrier slams his right foot low to the ground, but Lafont quickly falls to the ground to fend off the threat with a firm hand!
Rennes’ game tends to the right
Majer and Bourigeaud are prominent in this first period.
Bourigeaud delivers an eccentric free-kick down the left. He chooses the direct hit from the right, but his ball hits the post!
The Rennais will try to threaten a corner scored by Santamaria.
Coulibaly finally gets his own corner.
Tait scored his fifth goal of the season in Ligue 1.
Opening of the score for Rennes!!!
In the penalty area, Truffert hits from the right, but Castelletto blocks. On the right, in the penalty area, Bourigeaud crosses back to Tait, who finishes with a shot from the right!
Burrow, him again
In the penalty area, Terrier wants to take the ball with his right foot, but does not pose any danger.
Genesio is still not happy
The Rennes coach isn’t happy with his players’ start to the game.
Rennes has the ball
Possession is in favor of Rennes (59% vs. 41% for Monaco).
Terrier shows up
In this new corner, Terrier, present in the penalty area, places his head but his ball escapes the frame.
Rennes is dangerous!
Laborde heads in from this corner in the penalty area, but Castelletto counters. New corner for Rennes.
Finally a strike for Rennes
In the penalty area, Tait hits a right foot but Castelletto blocks and concedes the corner.
Genesio is angry
The Rennes manager isn’t happy with his men early in the game.
First strike of the game
Bukari hits the ball with his right foot from a distance, but his ball goes wide.
The residents of Nantes react
Nantes is beginning to put its stamp on this derby. Thanks to Bukari, the Canary Islands are trying to cause danger from a corner.
Fans make noise
Nantes just won the Coupe de France. They are supported by an audience that has responded.
Nantes shows itself
The Nantesers pushed the Rennais towards their goal and tried to find a gap in the opposing block.
Rennes keeps the pace
The Rennais take their time and build their game, especially in the middle.
Rennes takes matters into his own hands
At the beginning of the game, Rennes already put his foot on the ball.
Let’s go to the first period!
The impetus was given and Rennes engaged.
The composition of Rennes
A. Gomis – H. Traoré (c), Omari, Santamaria, Truffert – Bourigeaud, J. Martin, Majer, Tait – Terrier, Laborde.
Substitute: Alemdar (g), Assignon, Belocian, Meling, Ugochukwu, Diouf, Guirassy, Tel, Doku.
The composition of Nantes
Lafont (c) – Corchia, Castelletto, Pallois, Fabio – Bukari, Moutoussamy, Cyprien – Geubbels, Blas, Coulibaly.
Substitute: Petric (l), Appiah, Pereira de Sa, Merlin, Coco, Augustin, Kolo Muani, Simon.
Antony Gautier on the whistle
The game at the Beaujoire Stadium in Nantes was refereed by Antony Gautier.
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