Toulouse goalkeeper Ali Ahamada has warned against hopes of any future goalscoring heroics as his side bid to boost their flagging Ligue 1 campaign with victory at Rennes tomorrow.
Ahamada was the unlikely hero of the game between the two sides in Toulouse in September, when he went up into the opponents' box for an injury-time free-kick and headed the equaliser in a 2-2 draw.
The fortunes of Alain Casanova's side have plunged since that day having failed to win any of their last six away games and suffered a humiliating 4-0 home defeat to Paris St Germain last Friday.
Ahamada said: ``The first game was amazing and it was a time in my career I will never forget. But now the event is over - even if there is always someone who wants to talk to me about it.''
Toulouse go into the game in 11th place and are further hampered by the absence through suspension of Cheick Mbengue, who was sent off in the first half against PSG - and Etienne Capou.
Meanwhile hosts Rennes are also hoping to kick-start their season after two successive 2-2 draws which have seen them slip to seventh in the table, albeit just a point off fourth.
Coach Frederic Antonetti has injury concerns after drawing at Lorient last week, with captain Romain Danze looking increasingly unlikely to be fit to lead his side out at the Stade de la Route de Lorient.