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Jeremy Duques and Kamal El Din Suleimana, two little bikes still sneaking inside

In Roazone Park.

He had a fire in his legs. Stade Rennes winger Jeremy Duques, already winning in Brest on Sunday, seemed to be moved by internal force on Thursday as the French side’s first game in the new Europa League conference kicked off. The Belgian winger tried a lot of boiling, using his back muscles that defenders are already worried about. Cute but often messy. On the other side of the field, Ghanaian Kamaluddin Soleimana was running a more accurate avoiding record, undermining Rosenborg’s back guard: a small or large bridge, an overrun on the corner line and a counter-flash.

Despite their fiery legs, the two wings failed to be decisive. Carrying brilliant Benjamin Beuregood, a crucial double pass of headers by Nayef Aguered and Serho Guerassi, Rennes fulfilled their mission by beating Rosenborg (2-0) marking the first jump from this new trophy. From Europe. During all this aerial exercise, Rin used his wings extensively. But he will have to adjust the flight plan. As Thursday night, in the face of a humble Norwegian team that is often bypassed, Rennes’s two wings did not score and did not make a pass. Aside from a tense cross from Solmana fired by Hansen, the two men didn’t frame. “I can tell you that when you are on the side and you have opponents like them, you often look at the clock,” Bruno Genesio groaned at the end of the meeting.

The coach seems to appreciate the 4-3-3 system where the two wings act as free electrons. “Even if there is a waste, it is always interesting to create. I really liked Jeremy (Doku’s) match. He tried a lot, he gave himself to quit too,” their coach said. He was recruited for €25 million last summer, and the Belgian gave € Well with Belgium.After a year of adjusting to Ligue 1, the former Anderlecht player knows to expect.

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“Sometimes, they pretend to attack”

His counterpart on the left wing didn’t take long to wait. Top scorer against Lens on the first day of the Ligue 1 season, Kamaleddine Slimana hasn’t freaked out since planting his pralines in Jean-Louis Leica. Since then, the former Nordsjaelland player who bought 15 million euros has been even more secretive, both in Brest and on Thursday against Rosenborg.

In addition to their qualities in transit, it will be necessary to pay attention to their ability to play others. Against the Norwegians, the relationship with Martin Terrier was not always clear. Alternative but scorer, Serhu Guirassy prefers to laugh. “It’s a bit tricky, they go really fast. Sometimes, they trick the attacker,” jokes their teammate. before explaining himself. “When they have the ball, you know they can dribble. So get ready.” The FC Nantes side has been warned. On Sunday, they will also have to be prepared. From the pain of catching a cold.