Bordeaux largely wins against Paris FC and takes the lead in L2

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Bordeaux largely wins against Paris FC and takes the lead in L2

We don’t know where the Girondins will be ten days from the end – the meeting set by their president Gérard Lopez to measure what the Bordeaux club can really claim – but after seven days, we know: leaders of L2 thanks to a better goal difference than Amiens (+ 10 against + 2).

For its last match without any recruits (Barbet, Nsimba, Michelin, Davitashvili and Badji were not qualified, editor’s note), David Guion’s team sent a message to the competition by winning easily this Saturday on the lawn another contender for the rise, Paris FC (3-1). There was no photo between the two teams, and the meeting confirmed that it would not be easy to dislodge the young people who have done more than the job since the start of the season. Junior Mwanga – in the axis – and Malcom Bokelé – in the right lane – still exude as much solidity; Dilane Bakwa always makes so many differences; while Josh Maja offered himself a hat-trick after being silent for the first five days.

Two penalties converted by Maja

Already a penalty scorer on Tuesday evening against QRM (4-0), the former Sunderland striker did it again by converting the two penalties obtained for a hand from Maxime Bernauer (21st) and a foul by Chergui on Bakwa as soon as the recovery (52nd ). He had previously had the good idea to hit the mark on the first real situation of Bordeaux, perfectly launched in depth by Bakwa (14th).

While Aberth Elis (76th) and Lucas Rocrou (89th) could have made matters worse, the Girondins have just scored seven goals in the space of two games. The other satisfaction of the afternoon concerns his undeniable defensive solidity. There was sometimes fire in the left lane at the end of the first period but always the foot of Gregersen or Mwanga to repel the Parisian crosses. And Bordeaux would probably have returned from their trip to Paris with a new clean sheet in their suitcases if Gaëtan Poussin had not missed Morgan Guilavogui (79th). The Bordeaux goalkeeper, extended Friday until 2025, had already been saved by his post on a strike from Alimami Gory (68th). Not enough to spoil the afternoon of Bordeaux.


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