Gaëtan Poussin 4/10
The first clean sheet of the season in L1 was not yet for this Sunday. The young goalkeeper had a frustrating first half: attentive and present in his area, he deflected a strike from Ekitiké and above all pushed back the penalty from the Reims center forward. But the latter had followed and pushed the ball into the empty goal. Worse, left to himself, he was shot by Munetsi (46th), Matusiwa (59th) and Faes (61st) before being beaten on a face to face with the first (76th). He had however delayed the 3-0 deadline by relaxing to go out …
Gaëtan Poussin 4/10
The first clean sheet of the season in L1 was not yet for this Sunday. The young goalkeeper had a frustrating first half: attentive and present in his area, he deflected a strike from Ekitiké and above all pushed back the penalty from the Reims center forward. But the latter had followed and pushed the ball into the empty goal. Worse, left to himself, he was shot by Munetsi (46th), Matusiwa (59th) and Faes (61st) before being beaten on a face to face with the first (76th). He had however delayed the 3-0 deadline by relaxing to take out a strike from Mbuku (57th)…
Timothée Pembele 2/10
The weak link in an already friable defense. Little helped by Elis, he drank the cup against the rises of Konan and the dives in his back of Ekitiké, Touré and Van Bergen. Above all, he lacked aggressiveness in single duels. Of course, when his team has the ball, he is able to make a difference with his speed. But he was technically messy. After six months of L1, it’s time to correct the situation. The icing on the cake ? Alone at the penalty spot on a Reims corner, he put the ball back in the feet of Faes on the 3-0. The question is why he stayed 74 minutes on the pitch. Kwateng replaced him and saved the 6-0 against Van Bergen (85th).
Ahmedhodzic Ring 5/10
For his first and his first match since December 4, the Swede showed real confidence, in the placement as the ball at the foot. A heat stroke when Ekitiké passed him in front of the near post (8th) but an encouraging performance where he did not lose his footing in the storm, trying to shake his teammates from the height of his 22 years. If he lacked solutions in the restart, he was clean and tried to push. The only satisfaction even if he came close to a card, losing his nerves after a duel with Van Bergen.
Abdel-Jalil Medioub 3/10
A good first period where he cut a number of trajectories. But his second half was a nightmare: with a bit of bad luck, he was beaten by Munetsi at the start of the 2-0 duel then he took the water. Logically warned for a big foul on Ekitiké who had left him there, he again lacked responsiveness against Faes for the 4-0. In the storm, his lack of speed reappeared but he had the merit of hanging on.
Gideon Mensah 4/10
His tenure, the first since December 1 against Strasbourg, was the surprise of the starting lineup. The Ghanaian made a correct copy, concentrated defensively and still as comfortable for the counterattacks. Unfortunately, his good crosses and his overflows did not succeed in the first period and he was less fair in the second. He did not have the idea of the century by playing a touch near his corner point for Adli, alone between two Rémois on the 5-0.
Josuha Guilavogui 4/10
He gave voice, in the warm-up and to replace his teammates. Above all, he added the acts at the start of this match, plugging the holes: he was on the trajectory of a strike from Ekitiké (2nd), managed timely returns on Foket in the area then on Touré . His ball scratched in the feet of Mbuku was at the origin of the only good Bordeaux action of the first period (17th). Very low in the first half and sometimes inserting himself between the two centrals on the restart, he failed to break the lines. He especially dived with his team in the second half, picked up speed in the middle and absent in his zone on the 3-0 goal from Matusiwa. After a month without playing, he may not have had the legs, but he won’t be able to do anything on his own.
A statistic sums up his first half: 47% of successful passes. After the encouraging performance against Strasbourg, we found the Fransergio in difficulty at the start of the season, looking for a lot of verticality but with too many ball losses and lightness in the duels. Five good minutes when the Girondins tried to play higher around the 50th minute and before the surge: Issouf Sissokho, who stayed at home, should have his chance again. Danylo Ignatenko, who replaced him in the 63rd minute, was the caricature of the announced tough player: he was logically sent off 9 minutes later for a controlled name tackle and off-the-cuff feet.
Alberth Elis 3/10
After the three selection games, he added a fourth in 10 days. The explanation for his sad performance? Not very courageous on the defensive folds, he was almost non-existent offensively. In his defense, he was never found launched.
Yacine Adli 2/10
The captain put his heart to work in the laundry during the first minutes before going out, then sinking completely. Deprived of space and caught up in the duels, too little movement to come and give solutions to his defenders, he only appeared on an overflow in the 17th minute and two accelerations in the 50th minute. He lost the ball 5-0 20 meters from his goal, leaving his match and multiplying the technical approximations.
Remi Oudin 4/10
It was rarely found. Too bad, because the former Rémois was the only Bordeaux player to create something with willpower, defensive effort and forward play. Two strikes started well countered in the first half, but it is obviously too little in a failing collective. M’Baye Niang took over (63rd) without weighing at the top.