Vitesse warned by Sulemana, Boadu sees replacement excel

OSC Lille and AS Monaco have won a much-needed victory in the Ligue 1 and Stade Rennes won, in part thanks to an outstanding Kamaldeen Sulemana. In Spain, Seville was able to deal with Valencia at lightning speed.
OSC Lille РStade de Reims 2-1OSC Lille, with Sven Botman in the base, has just won Stade de Reims at home. Jonathan David and Benjamin Andr̩ scored for the reigning French champion at routine Burak Yilmaz. Alexis Flips did something back late for Reims, where Mitchell van Bergen and Azor Matusiwa had a base place.
AS Monaco – Saint-Étienne 3-1AS Monaco has a difficult start to the season just like Lille, but was also able to cheer on Wednesday. With Myron Boadu on the kickoff, the Monegasken came ahead of Saint-Étienne via Kevin Volland. However, the home team couldn‘t enjoy that for a long time. After Boadu gave way to Wissam Ben Yedder after an hour, he eventually made the difference with a penalty kick used and the 3-1.
Stade Rennes – Clermont 6-0Vitesse can wet the chest for next week’
s Conference League game with Rennes. PhD student Clermont Foot had nothing to bring in at Roazhon Park. Former Ajax target Kamaldeen Sulemana was among the excellence of Rennes and found the net twice in two minutes after rest. He contributed to the eclatant 6-0 home blessings.
Sevilla – Valencia 3-1Valencia has had little fun visiting Seville in the Primera División. After two minutes Erik Lamela sent compatriot Papu Gómez away and the playmaker shot a hit. After a short fifteen minutes, it was suddenly 2-0, when a cross ended up curious in the goal via Valencia-back Toni Lato. Again eight minutes later, the 3-0 fell, and Rafa Mir finished with a lovely lobe. Valencia, with Jasper Cillessen on the couch, then played a lost game, even though a punishment remained out. Muro even returned after half an hour, but it stayed with that in Andalusia.

Ladies and gentlemen a ‘bouncing goal’ 👀 The ball just flies against the net. Could the goalkeeper have had it? 🤔 2-0 for Seville 👏 #ZiggoSport #LaLiga #SevillaFCValencia pic.twitter.com/A7CdNdHY2R
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) September 22, 2021

Valencia gets hard taps 👋👋👋 In 23 minutes Sevilla is already at 3-0 😱 Rafa Mir may complete this time 🤩 #ZiggoSport #LaLiga #SevillaFCValencia pic.twitter.com/aKUAkHmxcB
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) September 22, 2021