Rennes vs Chelsea

Rennes vs Chelsea

24-11-2020 17:55
MatchDay 4

Player statistic

1st half
    22' Goal Callum Hudson-Odoi
(Assist: Mason Mount)
2nd half
Serhou Guirassy
(Assist: Benjamin Bourigeaud)
Goal 85'    
Clément Grenier Yellow card 87'    
Benjamin Bourigeaud Yellow card 90+3'    
    90+1' Goal Olivier Giroud

Match statistic

51
Possession
49
13
Total shots
9
5
Shots on target
5
3
Shots off target
3
5
Blocked shots
1
11
Corners
3
Offsides
2
13
Fouls
9
Rennes
Chelsea

Starting lineups

16
Goalkeeper
31
Defender
86'
3
Defender
4
Defender
27
Defender
14
Midfielder
10
Midfielder
78'
12
Midfielder
63'
25
Midfielder
18
Attacker
86'
18
Attacker
86'
16
Goalkeeper
21
Defender
28
15
Defender
6
Defender
5
Midfielder
19
Midfielder
68'
17
Midfielder
76'
20
75'
9
Attacker
68'
11
Attacker
90'

Substitutes

23
Midfielder
35
Attacker
20
Midfielder
1
Goalkeeper
34
Defender
32
Defender
38
Defender
22
63'
8
Midfielder
78'
19
Midfielder
86'
11
Attacker
86'
17
Midfielder
86'
13
Goalkeeper
3
Defender
4
2
Defender
1
Goalkeeper
33
Defender
29
Defender
7
Midfielder
68'
18
Attacker
68'
22
Attacker
75'
29
Midfielder
76'
24
Defender
90'

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