RC Lens Bordeaux, on the occasion of the 5th day of Ligue 1. RC Lens won the match 3 to 2. The starting 11 of Haise played in 3-4-2-1, with Kakuta at the forefront against the 5-3-2 Bordeaux defensive vocation of Petkovic.
The Artesians opened the scoring in the 39th with Kakuta, on a service from Frankowski.
Then, the Sang et Or scored again in the 43rd, thanks to Medina who allowed his team to increase the score, on a pass from Clauss.
0-2: it was on this score that the first period ended.
With a goal from Ricardo Mangas in the 61st, the Girondins alleviated the delay.
Then, Onana found the loophole in the 88th, putting the two teams tied in this game.
In the 92nd, in stoppage time, Sotoca killed the suspense, giving the victory to RC Lens.
Gradit received a yellow card, as did Otavio, Onana, Gregersen and Sotoca.
Thanks to this victory, RC Lens gained 2 places and therefore took 4th place in the standings, thus ahead of Clermont Foot.
Bordeaux takes the place of red lantern at ASSE following this meeting.
Bordeaux and RC Lens: the next matches
For their next match, RC Lens will face LOSC at the Bollaert-Delelis stadium on September 18 at 5 p.m.
For its part, Bordeaux will meet ASSE the same day at 9 p.m., at the Geoffroy-Guichard stadium.
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The match sheet: line-ups, goals and refereeing
Bordeaux - RC Lens: 2-3 (0-2 at half-time)
In Bordeaux (Matmut Atlantique), September 12, kick off at 3 p.m.
RC Lens trainer: Franck Haise
RC Lens composition: Jean-Louis Leca (16), Jonathan Gradit (24), Facundo Medina (14), Jonathan Clauss (11) [then Deiver Machado in the 85th], Kevin Danso (4), Przemysław Frankowski (29) [then Ismaël Boura in the 98th], Yannick Cahuzac (18), Gaël Kakuta (10) [then David Pereira Da Costa in the 84th], Seko Fofana (8), Arnaud Kalimuendo Muinga (15) [then Wesley Said in the 67th ], Florian Sotoca (7)
Bordeaux coach: Vladimir Petkovic
Composition of Bordeaux: Benoît Costil (1), Timothée Pembélé (22) [then Mehdi Zerkane in the 81st], Ricardo Luís Chaby Mangas (12), Laurent Koscielny (6), Edson André Sitoe (4), Fransergio Rodrigues Barbosa (13 ) [then Yacine Adli in the 46th], Jean Onana (8), Otavio Henrique Passos Santos (5), Rémi Oudin (28) [then Stian Gregersen in the 46th], Ui-Jo Hwang (18) [then Jimmy Briand in the 64th], Sékou Mara (11) [then Javairo Dilrosun in the 46th]
Goals: Kakuta (39th sp), Medina (43rd), Ricardo Mangas (61st), Onana (88th), Sotoca (92nd)
Warnings: Onana (78th), Otavio (91st), Gregersen (96th) for Bordeaux, Gradit (50th), Sotoca (98th) for RC Lens
No player sent off
Girondins of Bordeaux