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Brest 1-0 Marseille: Player Ratings

Brest earned a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Marseille in a Ligue 1 clash at the Stade Francis-Le Blé.

Pierre Lees-Melou scored the game-winning goal in the 89th minute to secure three valuable points for the hosts.

Brest (4-3-3)

Coudert (6): A quiet evening for the goalkeeper, who was not tested often by the Marseille attack.

Locko (6): Defended his side well and made some good runs forward.

Brassier (5): A solid performance at the heart of the defense.

Chardonnet (6.5): The captain led by example, making several important interceptions and clearances.

Lala (6.5): Intelligent in his positioning and quick to start counter-attacks.

Lees-Melou (7.5): The Man of the Match, he was everywhere on the pitch, winning the ball, creating chances, and scoring the winning goal.

Magnetti (5.5): Not as involved in the game as he would have liked, but he kept possession well.

Pereira-Lage (6): A constant threat, he created several chances for his teammates.

Doumbia (5.5): Worked hard up front and caused problems for the Marseille defense.

Del Castillo (6.5): One of the few players who tried to create something, he was lively on the wing and put in some dangerous crosses.

Mounié (3.5): Had a good game until he was sent off for a stupid challenge.

OM (4-3-3)

Ruben Blanco (5): Made several important saves in the first half, but was guilty of a poor error for the winning goal.

Garcia (3.5): Slow and ponderous in possession, he offered little attacking threat and was regularly beaten by Del Castillo.

Balerdi (5): Solid defensively, but lacked the ability to build attacks from the back.

MBemba (5.5): Composed on his return to the Marseille team, he made several important defensive interventions and was also dangerous in the air.

Clauss (3): A poor performance, he offered nothing in attack and was guilty of several mistakes.

Harit (2.5): Anonymous, he failed to make any impact on the game and was rightly substituted.

Ounahi (4): Improved from his recent performances, but still well below his best.

Onana (3.5): A disappointing display from the midfielder, who was hesitant in possession and gave away the ball cheaply on several occasions.

NDiaye (5.5): Worked hard and was Marseille’s most dangerous player, but should have been awarded a penalty.

Moumbagna (2.5): Ineffective, he failed to provide any attacking threat and was easily brushed aside by the Brest defenders.

Sarr (3): Showed some defensive courage but offered little going forward.

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