As part of the 22nd day of Ligue 1, Bordeaux le RC Strasbourg at Matmut Atlantique.
Bordeaux won the game 4-3. What a goal-rich game thanks to Hwang and Gameiro!
We will also note the good match of Oudin, who distinguished himself with his two assists.
The Bordeaux starting 11 evolved into a classic 4-4-2, with Hwang and Elis in attack, a system chosen by Petkovic, while Stéphan opted for a rather attacking 3-5-2 with Ajorque and Gameiro in attack.
The Marines and Whites opened the scoring in the 17th minute by Hwang, on a serve from Oudin.
Then, Elis allowed the club with the scapular to unroll on a service from Oudin in the 21st.
Racing conceded a goal in the 39th minute, scored by Hwang.
However, RC Strasbourg reduced the score in the 43rd thanks to Gameiro.
3-1: it is on this score that the first period ended.
In good shape, he scored again in the 57th.
In the 90th, RC Strasbourg conceded a goal from Hwang.
Finally, Waris managed to deceive the goalkeeper, scoring the seventh goal of the game.
We were able to witness a tough encounter.
Lacoux received a yellow card, as well as Rodrigues Barbosa, Adli, Thomasson, Prcic and Mexer.
Thanks to this result, Bordeaux overtakes Metz and now occupies 17th place.
Following this match, RC Strasbourg retains its 4th position, ahead of Stade Rennais.
Bordeaux and RC Strasbourg: the next matches
For its next match, Bordeaux will face the Stade de Reims at the Auguste-Delaune stadium on February 6 at 3 p.m. for the next day.
For its part, RC Strasbourg will meet FC Nantes on the same day at exactly the same time, at the Meinau stadium.
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The match sheet: line-ups, goals and refereeing
Bordeaux - RC Strasbourg: 4-3 (3-1 at halftime)
In Bordeaux (Matmut Atlantique), January 23, kick-off at 3 p.m.
RC Strasbourg coach: Julien Stéphan
Composition of RC Strasbourg: Matz Sels (1), Gerzino Nyamsi (22), Lucas Perrin (5) [then Abdul Majeed Waris in 78th], Frederic Guilbert (2) [then Karol Fila in 63rd], Ibrahima Sissoko (27 ), Sanjin Prcic (14) [then Nordine Kandil in the 64th], Dimitri Liénard (11) [then Anthony Caci in the 64th], Adrien Thomasson (10), Jean-Eudes Aholou (6) [then Alexander Djiku in the 46th ], Ludovic Ajorque (25), Kevin Gameiro (9)
Bordeaux coach: Vladimir Petkovic
Composition of Bordeaux: Gaëtan Poussin (16), Timothée Pembélé (22) [then Stian Gregersen in the 84th], Ricardo Luís Chaby Mangas (12), Edson André Sitoe (4), Abdel Jalil Medioub (3), Tom Lacoux (27 ) [then Enock Kwateng in 69th], Yacine Adli (19), Fransergio Rodrigues Barbosa (13), Alberth Elis (29) [then Dilane Bakwa in 93rd], Rémi Oudin (28) [then Javairo Dilrosun in 69th] , Ui-Jo Hwang (18) [then Sékou Mara in the 93rd]
Goals: Hwang (17th), Elis (21st), Hwang (39th), Gameiro (43rd), Gameiro (57th), Hwang (90th), Waris (96th)
Warnings: Lacoux (34th), Mexer (77th), Rodrigues Barbosa (84th), Adli (87th) for Bordeaux, Prcic (39th), Thomasson (89th) for RC Strasbourg
No players expelled
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