Nice beat Stade Rennes in the match played this Saturday at Le Grand Stade, for date 34 of the France – Ligue 1 2022-23 tournament. The goals of the match for the locals were scored by Gaëtan Laborde (4′ 2T) and Terem Moffi (26′ 2T). While the visitor’s goal was scored by Benjamin Bourigeaud (32′ 2T).
Gaëtan Laborde made the stadium vibrate with his definition, in minute 4 of the second stage. After receiving an assist from Badredine Bouanani, the forward placed it to the left post and below. Impossible for the goalkeeper!
Terem Moffi was the figure of the match. The Nice striker scored 1 goal and finished off the opposite goal 3 times.
Gaëtan Laborde was also important. The Nice forward scored 1 goal and finished off the opposite goal on 2 occasions.
The match stood out for its intensity and the fouls committed during the match. There was only one card, in the 54th minute of the second half Hamari Traoré received a yellow card.
Nice’s technical director, Didier Digard, proposed a 4-3-3 strategy with Kasper Schmeichel in goal; Jordan Lotomba, Jean-Clair Todibo, Dante Bonfim and Melvin Bard on the defensive line; Aaron Ramsey, Hicham Boudaoui and Khéphren Thuram-Ulien in the middle; and Badredine Bouanani, Terem Moffi and Gaëtan Laborde in attack.
For their part, those led by Bruno Génésio stopped with a 4-3-3 scheme with Steve Mandanda under the three sticks; Hamari Traoré, Warmed Omari, Arthur Theate and Jeanuel Belocian in defense; Benjamin Bourigeaud, Lesley Ugochukwu and Lovro Majer in midfield; and Jeremy Doku, Arnaud Kalimuendo and Amine Gouiri up front.
The judge selected for the match at Le Grand Stade was Willy Delajod.
Nice will receive RC Strasbourg on the next day. Likewise, Stade Rennes will play at home against Troyes.
After the match, the local team is left with 51 points and in eighth place in the standings. While the visit has 56 units and ranks sixth in the tournament.
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