SB29-SDR (1-1): the Rémois share the points

While they opened the scoring in the first period, our Rémois gave in to the Bretons just before the break and share the points this evening with Stade Brestois 29 for their last away match of the season:

The Brestois quickly impose their rhythm and appear dangerous from the first minutes of play with this shot from Camara repelled by Yehvann Diouf (1st). The first thrill on the Reims side comes from this cross from Keito Nakamura, diverted by Martin who does not go far from a CSC, but Bizot intervenes (11th). While the two teams measure each other on the field, it is indeed the Red and White who open the scoring: Junya Ito crosses for Marshall Munetsi who, full axis, throws himself to push the header into the back of the net ( 0-1, 25th). With confidence, the Rémois now put their foot on the ball, like this attempt by Keito Nakamura deflected for a corner for the Breton goalkeeper (36th). As half-time approaches, the locals come back to match Brassier’s header which hits the mark (1-1, 45+3rd). Brestois and Rémois return to the locker room back-to-back.

Returning from the break, the two teams united and the opportunities became rarer. Fear on the Reims side on this attempt by Mounier who crosses his shot too far and brushes against the Champagne post (63rd)! The Reims coach then made three simultaneous changes and the Rouge et Blanc moved forward to try to regain the advantage. The end of the match gets lively, Benjamin Stambouli attempts a half-volley but it is blocked by the opposing defense (83rd). It is then Lebeau’s turn to create danger on this cross for Amavi whose header is captured by Yehvann Diouf who folds (90+3rd). The referee blows the final whistle and the Rouge et Blanc share the points this evening after giving everything against a strong Brest team.

SB29-SDRStade Brestois 29 – Stade de Reims (1-1)
Half time: 1-1.
Goals: SB29: Brassier (45+3rd) / SDR: Munetsi (25th).
Boxes: CF63: Brassier (73rd), Magnetti (95th) / SDR: Kone (9th), Abdoul Kone (47th), Stambouli (61st)
The Brest starting 11: Bizot – Lala, Chardonnet, Brassier, Locko (Amavi, 92nd) – Camara (Lebeau, 78th), Martin (Brahimi, 92nd), Magnetti – Le Douaron (Pereira, 73rd) Mounie, Satriano.
The Reims starting 11: Diouf – Abdoul Kone (Foket, 68th), Agbadou, Abdelhamid, Akieme – Munetsi (Richardson, 68th), Teuma, Kone (Stambouli, 46th) – Ito, Diakité (Bojang, 97th), Nakamura, ( Khadra, 67th).



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