Todebo sent off nine seconds after losing to Nice, Marseille dropped the points

Todebo sent off nine seconds after losing to Nice, Marseille dropped the points

PARIS – Good defender Jean-Clair Todibo will soon forget this game after he was sent off just nine seconds into his side’s 1-0 home defeat to Angers on Sunday.

Former Barcelona centre-back Abdullah Sima was on his way to goal and referee Bastian Dechipe had no hesitation in showing him the fastest red card in French first division history.

Angers also ended with 10 men down after midfielder Sofiane Boufl faced a goal in the 62nd minute, but Nice were unable to stop midfielder Nabil Bentaleb’s 43rd-minute effort from 20 meters for Angers. Score an equalizer in distance.

Later on Sunday, Neymar was set to make his 100th league appearance for leaders Paris Saint-Germain in Lyon.

PSG only need a draw to secure a win away to Marseille, who remain unbeaten but dropped points in a 1-1 home draw with Rennes where midfielder Mathieu Guindozzi scored at both ends.

Rennes took the lead midway through the first half at the Stade Veldrom when Gendozzi headed in a deflected Hamari Traore cross.

He made the changes in the 52nd when he headed home a corner from former Marseille goalkeeper Steve Mananda, who made more than 600 appearances for Marseille and captained the club for many years. .

Other games

Alexander Golovin scored early in the second half and Takumi Minamino and Wissam Ben Yedder scored late in the fifth of Monaco’s 3-0 win at Reims.

Elsewhere, striker Mama Bald scored twice as Troyes conceded an early goal to secure a 3-1 win at Clermont and Corsican side Ajaccio earned their first win of the season with a 1-0 win at Brest .

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