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Coronavirus in Ille-Vilaine: The curfew implemented throughout the department from Friday midnight
Ille-et-Vilaine is one of the 54 departments concerned by the measure © DAMIEN MEYER / AFP Illustration of the center city of Rennes empty. EPIDEMIC - Ille-et-Vilaine is one of the 54 departments concerned by the measure The sentence has fallen. And it will have serious consequences for many actors. From midnight Friday, an curfew will be implemented in Rennes and throughout the department of Ille-et-Vilaine until 6 a.m.
Rennes 2-1 Brest Goals: Da Silva (66th) and Aguerd (70th) for the SRFC // Honorat (57th) for the SB29
From boredom to madness.
Under the blue sky and then at nightfall, Stade Rennes got their hands on the Breton derby, toppling Brest in a lively second period (2-1). The first act, however, leaves a taste of unfinished in a sad and unprecedented atmosphere at Roazhon Park, which saw the first closed door in its history in an official match. Back in 4-4-2, Stéphan's men dominate a timid SB29 and too low on the ground, but opportunities are rare (zero shots on target, at the break). The only alerts? A clever recovery in a touch of Terrier on the bar or an off target attempt by the former Lyonnais, much more influential on the Rennes game in this axial position, and another for Del Castillo. Nothing crazy, nothing spectacular. So you have to wait until after, to see the game come alive. If Brest was pushed around again at the start of the second period, Dall’Oglio's side pulled up their block a notch and presented a more interesting face.
Strasbourg and Reims revolt, Bordeaux and Metz ensure / Ligue 1 (J8)
Find all the results of this Sunday afternoon on behalf of the 8th day of Ligue 1. © Supplied by Football 365 Brest Strasbourg Prolific in goals, this 8th day of Ligue 1 has especially offered its share of surprises on the four corners of France. This Sunday was marked by the revolt of the clubs in the East, Reims and Strasbourg, which sank Montpellier and Brest.
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The sanction falls shortly before the hour mark for the SRFC: found on the right side, Faussurier adjusts a cross for Mounié. Who takes advantage of the apathetic Rennes defense to put a head on Honorat, whose firecracker closely deceives Gomis (0-1, 57th). Like a still too messy Doku, Rennes has its head in the handlebars. And therefore relies on set pieces, to return his Breton neighbor like a pancake in the space of four minutes. When the Rennes attackers decide to remain silent, the defenders take it upon themselves to adjust the sights. On a free kick kicked by Del Castillo, captain Da Silva placed his head at the far post to equalize (1-1, 66th). Before his hinge friend Aguerd imitates him, on a corner from Bourigeaud (2-1, 70th). A hard blow for Brest, who is not far from drowning in the face of the Rennes waves and relies on a huge Larsonneur to disgust Guirassy twice at the end of the match. One way of responding to his counterpart Gomis, author of a remarkable reflex stop preventing Le Douaron from equalizing. Third consecutive setback for a Brest stationary, while Rennes returned to success after five games without winning. What to ensure a place on the podium, before the trip to PSG next weekend.
But before that, Rennes has an appointment with Stamford Bridge this Wednesday.
Rennes (4-4-2): Gomis - Traoré, Da Silva, Aguerd, Dalbert - Doku, Nzonzi, Léa-Siliki, Del Castillo (Hunou, 67th) - Terrier (Grenier, 83rd), Guirassy. Coach: Julien Stéphan.
Brest (4-2-3-1): Larsonneur - Faussurier, Chardonnet, Duverne, Perraud - Belkebla, M'Bock - Cardona (Le Douaron, 75th), Faivre, Honorat (Charbonnier, 84th) - Mounié (Philippoteaux, 83rd) ). Coach: Olivier Dall'Oglio.
Losc: Galtier warns his players .
© Supplied by Sports.fr He is the ideal candidate, but he is under contract with Losc. Losc coach Christophe Galtier put pressure on his players before facing Brest on Sunday in Ligue 1. In Europa League Thursday, Lille signed one of its greatest successes in its history on the continental scene, by sweeping, in San Siro (3-0), the AC Milan of Zlatan Ibrahimovic yet undefeated since the start of the season.