OM: Mandanda impuissant…

OM: Mandanda impuissant…

Olympique de Marseille lost 2-0 against Rennes on Saturday in the match of the 37th day of Ligue 1. Here is the note and the appreciation of Steve Mandanda, holder during this match of the 37th day…

Olympique de Marseille should not lose in Rennes, so as not to see Monaco go ahead of them. Obviously, who says important match, even decisive, says defeat for the men of Sampaoli. Unable to set the pace in the first half, without a real striker, yet another surprising choice from the Argentinian coach, the Marseillais were simply not able to compete against a very good Breton team, ambitious in the game, to the height of the Roazhon Park audience. The 1,300 Olympian supporters present to encourage OM suffered from this collective rout, a game that fell in the first period. Thanks to the achievements of Bourigeaud (12th), and Majer (35th), the players of Genesio return to the locker room with a comfortable lead. In the second half, Olympique de Marseille was neither more dangerous nor more enterprising, the only opportunity being that of Dieng, who only entered in the 65th minute in place of Caleta-Car. With this defeat, OM are 3rd in Ligue 1, and will have to hope for a misstep from Monaco against Lens, and at the same time win against Strasbourg at the Stade Vélodrome. Given the form of the Alsatians, and the shameful performance of the Olympians at home this season, the task looks more than difficult…

Established for this end of the season, Steve Mandanda was decisive on a stoppage but he also suffered the match like his partners…

To read: OM: Guendouzi’s optimism…

Steve Mandanda’s rating: 5/10

His appreciation FCM

Helpless Mandanda…
Preferred to Pau Lopez, for his experience according to Sampaoli, the goalkeeper could not save his people in a start to the match that OM totally missed. He does not see Bourigeaud’s strike and does not plunge him on the first, he is completely left to himself following Terrier’s perfect cross on the second. Mandanda could have maintained hope on a decisive save against Majer 20 minutes from the end of the match, but his teammates failed to revolt. He tried to extend to circumvent the Rennes pressing, without much success.

Media Notes

The Team 6/10 Powerless on the two Rennes goals from Bourigeaud and Majer, where he was abandoned by his defenders, he was invaluable in his reading of the game, coming out of his area several times to cut off fiery opposing actions. A superb parade where he quickly goes to the ground on a strike from Majer (72nd) to avoid sinking.
Maxifoot 5/10 Established for the fifth time in the last six games, the goalkeeper failed to save his team in Brittany. Beaten by the cross shot from Bourigeaud (12th) then caught on the wrong foot on Majer’s shot (35th), he could not do much on the two goals conceded. In the second half, he made a big save on Majer’s shot (72nd), but that wasn’t enough for OM.
FootMercato 4.5/10

The Marseille goalkeeper has often shouted at his partners and we understand that. During the whole first period, he saw waves of red and black coming at him. On the goals of Bourigeaud and Majer, he can do almost nothing even if he could have come out better on the second goal. But his stratospheric stop in front of Majer allowed his team not to sink (70th) and he often read the game of Rennes well.

90mins 4/10

On the first goal, Steve Mandanda can do nothing. He is shot in a beautiful way by Benjamin Bourigeaud. On the second, the French international is far too passive. The center came from afar and he decided not to go out. Bad information gathering. In second, we retained his beautiful save against Majer after the 70th minute. Without consequences on the match but of course on the goalaverage of his team.

#Mandanda #impuissant

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