minimum duty [Joueur par joueur Bordeaux-Valenciennes] – Girondins

The Girondins de Bordeaux drew at the opening of the Ligue 2 championship against Valenciennes (0-0).

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David Guion : He fielded a team made up of 7 players from the training center supervised by Maja, Onana, Gregersen and Ihnatenko. Difficult to do better for the coach because the club’s management has chosen to do without Oudin, Kwateng, Niang, Mexer, Medioub, Baysse and Zerkane. Moreover, Sekou Mara was transferred last week, depriving him of solutions to the position of number 9.

Gaetan Poussin : he restarted short several times, shaking the stadium with each of his passes. He was, however, fair in his transmissions. In addition, he made hazardous exits far from his goal. Finally, he maintains his clean sheet, the only positive point of his evening.

Malcolm Bokele : the central defender replaced on the right side had a big game. Desire and determination were there. He wins 8 duels and plays his transmissions properly.

Jacques Ekomie : the good surprise at the left side position. He too had a solid meeting defensively with an offensive contribution. It realizes 3 centers and ensures its transmissions.

Stian Gregersen : clean saves, engagement and passes. A solid game

Junior Mwanga : central left, he provided coverage on his side. 8 duels won and passes in the feet.

Tom Lacoux : team captain in the absence of Yoann Barbet. A tough match against his opponents. He loses only 8 balls and 97% of his passes arrive at the feet. He was sometimes overtaken and in duels by the opposing midfielder. He was playing in front of the defence.

Junior Onana : feet in Bordeaux, head elsewhere. He misses his match. He loses 25 balls, it’s huge and not acceptable in relation to his status in this team. He wins 10 duels but his technical waste spoils his performance.

Danylo Ihnatenko : 16 ball losses, 73% of successful passes, it is insufficient. He too missed his match as he did not bring the team forward binding him.

Logan Delaurier-Chaubet : few balls played (34) and too many lost (18), he won none of the 11 duels he played. It must thicken physically to resist defenses. His technical quality did not compensate.

Dilan Bakwa : the best offensive player of 11 Bordeaux. Sharp, combative and precise. In addition, he wins 11 duels and resists physical combat. He succeeds 88% of his passes.

Josh Maja : he struggles throughout the game, unable to accelerate, and he is heavy on counter-attack actions requiring dexterity and technical speed. Worse, he misses one in two passes. The ordeal continues for the Anglo-Nigerian player.

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