Rennes obtained again on monitor by coming from behind to beat Brest 2-1 in Ligue 1 on Saturday as they put together to go to Chelsea within the Champions League in midweek.
Defensive duo Damien Da Silva and Nayef Aguerd obtained the objectives for Rennes after Franck Honorat had given the guests the lead at Roazhon Park in a Brittany derby performed behind closed doorways after France returned to a full nationwide lockdown in an try to stem a surge in coronavirus instances.
The end result permits Julien Stephan’s workforce to maneuver stage on 18 factors with leaders and reigning champions Paris Saint-Germain, and likewise Lille, on the prime of the Ligue 1 desk.
Rennes are third on aim distinction having performed a recreation extra, with PSG in motion later Saturday at Nantes and Lille internet hosting Lyon on Sunday.
A 3rd-place end within the final, curtailed French season allowed Rennes to qualify for the Champions League for the primary time, however they’ve taken only one level from their first two group video games, a 1-1 draw at residence to Russians Krasnodar being adopted by a 1-0 loss away to Sevilla in midweek.
They face Chelsea in London on Wednesday, a recreation which might be missed by teenage French worldwide midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, who’s injured.
The 17-year-old was lacking towards Brest, who went in entrance 11 minutes into the second half as Honorat pounced to fireside residence after an error by Aguerd.
Nonetheless captain Da Silva headed in a Romain Del Castillo free-kick to revive parity within the 66th minute and his fellow centre-back Aguerd, the Moroccan worldwide, headed in at a nook 4 minutes later to finish the turnaround.