After the African stars found the net in the second half, because they also finished a clean sheet at home in Sunday’s game
Senegal forward Bamba Dien and his Moroccan opponent Amin Harriet hit the target after Marseille defeated Rennes 2-0 in a Ligue 1 match at the Orange Velodrome Stadium on Sunday.
Dean scored in the 48th minute, and Harriet played for Conrad de la Fuente in the 59th minute and scored the second goal in the 71st minute.
At the same time, Ivory Coast international Ismail Traore scored a goal for Angers in the 4-1 defeat of Nantes at the Raymond Copa Stadium.
The 35-year-old scored in the 10th minute after Nantes led 2-0 with Andre Girotto and Ludovic Blas’s third and sixth minutes. When Colo Muani hit the ball in the 23rd minute, he continued to score two goals away, and Blass scored twice in the 79th minute.
Angelo Fulgini and Thomas Mangani of Angers received yellow cards in the 24th and 4th minutes of stoppage time in the first half. Two Nantes players were also given yellow cards: Pedro Chirivela and Nigeria’s Moses Dadi-Ajara were given yellow cards in the 25th and second minutes of the first half, respectively.
Elsewhere, Tunisian Yoann Touzghar scored a goal for Troyes, who drew 1-1 with Montpellier in the league at the de l’Aube stadium.
With the assist of Issa Kabore of Burkina Faso, the Tunisian took the lead in the 37th minute until Teji Savanier equalized for Montpellier in the 87th minute.
Montpellier’s Matthews Tulle was shown a red card after receiving the second yellow card in the 79th minute, while Jordan Ferry and Savanier were only given yellow cards for away games.
Troyes’ Xavier Chavalerin, Tristan Dingome, Tanguy Banhie-Zoukrou and Gerson Rodrigues were given yellow cards.
In the end, Zimbabwe’s Marshall Munettisi was shown a yellow card in the 12th minute, and Lance then drew 0-0 with Lorient in Auguste-Draun.
Ivory Coast’s Stephanie Diarra was warned after playing for his Lorient teammate Thomas Moncondut in the 90th minute-in the same game-in the 70th minute.