Julien Stephan (Rennes coach, 3-1 winner of Amiens): "We have a complicated start to the game, we lacked dynamism, intensity. We felt they had an ascendancy over the game. That equalizing goal (39e)who arrives quickly, has done us good on the moral level. We really did a second period of good quality, in terms of the game, the intensity, on the collective level. (Serhou) Guirassy was causing us problems in the first period. We had to regulate that. It was changed at the break. It allowed us, in particular, to better regulate the second balloons. We were also much more convincing in the use of the ball, especially in the width of the field. We dominated the second period of the head and shoulders, we deserved to win. We came out of a strong disappointment in the Europa League (defeat in Cluj, 0-1, and elimination), of a trip that had tired us. There was, on our part, a desire to better distribute efforts, even if we did not intentionally miss our start. We are delighted, it allows us to rebase in the first part (of the rank) with a late match (January 15th in Nîmes). It's so tight, so dense, that you have to keep a lot of humility. "