The Girondins de Bordeaux took to the water in Monaco this Sunday on behalf of the 9th day of Ligue 1, the last match before the international break. The Bordelais were largely dominated by ASM. The principality’s players won 3-0 thanks to Tchouaméni, Golovin and Ben Yedder.

The Girondins de Bordeaux were no match for Monaco this Sunday on the occasion of the 9th day of Ligue 1. The Navy and White sank on the Rock and lost 3-0. Aurélien Tchouaméni, trained in Gironde, opened the scoring in the first half, then Niko Kovac’s players put Bordeaux to death with Aleksandr Golovin, then on a penalty from Wissam Ben Yedder, following a foul by Edson Mexer on Sofiane Diop.

Bordeaux had not lost for three matches, after winning its first victory in Saint-Étienne, on the 6th day before two draws in Montpellier (3-3) and against Rennes (1-1).

In this almost one-sided encounter, the Monegasques opened the scoring on a stopped phase where the Bordelais were distant in their marking. Vladimir Petkovic and Admar Lopes believe that there is a refereeing error from Clément Turpin, who however validated the goal using video assistance. Together, the coach and the technical director of the Girondins plague all the same. “I’m not sure if the first goal is valid, but that’s no excuse. There is at least once offside, and maybe two,” Petkovic warmly regrets. Admar Lopes is sharper: “It’s not just a marking error, it’s a clear offside in my opinion.”

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If the quality of the opponent is to be emphasized to analyze this match, the Bordeaux defense has all the same suffered the law of AS Monaco. Sharper, more technical and faster in the transitions, the Monegasques have surpassed the Girondins in many areas. “It’s part of the process,” explains, laconic, the Portuguese left side Ricardo Mangas. In nine games, the Navy and White have conceded 20 goals, which is an average of over two goals per game.

We were not at the level of this Monaco team – Admar Lopes, technical director of the Girondins de Bordeaux

In the same way as in Nice, the Bordelais left too much space for their opponents. “Monaco picked up speed and were able to penetrate our defense too often. We made too many mistakes,” concedes Vladimir Petkovic. The technical director, Admar Lopes, is satisfied with the balance of the first period but he admits that Bordeaux fell harder: “We are looking for stability but we were not at the level of this Monaco team. a team which has a lot of qualities and which is technically better than us. I am very disappointed with this match but we knew we had work to do. ” The international truce which begins on Monday will allow Vladimir Petkovic to work in depth. It will be necessary because Bordeaux is in 17th place in Ligue 1.

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