Ligue 2. The ratings of Paris FC

Ligue 2. The ratings of Paris FC

He had to remain vigilant again in a meeting where he had only crumbs to evacuate. He intercepted a dangerous cross from Caddy during the Parisian highlight of the first half (40e) and captured in front of his line the crushed header of Guilavogui on the first shot on target at the… 47e minute. Saved by his post on a shot from Gory, he was at fault on the Parisian goal, his aerial exit having not been judicious against Guilavogui, who beat him (70e).

Malcolm Bokele 6/10

In a month of interim, the Lyonnais…

He had to remain vigilant again in a meeting where he had only crumbs to evacuate. He intercepted a dangerous cross from Caddy during the Parisian highlight of the first half (40e) and captured in front of his line the crushed header of Guilavogui on the first shot on target at the… 47e minute. Saved by his post on a shot from Gory, he was at fault on the Parisian goal, his aerial exit having not been judicious against Guilavogui, who beat him (70e).

Malcolm Bokele 6/10

In a month of interim, the Lyonnais will have made people forget that he is a central defender at the base. Intractable defensively, he was available on his side in the first period (more cautious later), with a real quality of center. Better, he caused the 0-2 penalty by taking a corner from Bakwa on the hand of Bernauer (21e). He ended up with heavy legs in front of the incoming Lopez, but that’s understandable.

Stian Gregersen 6/10

The Norwegian was sovereign in the duels, aerial as on the ground and he knew how to use his experience to relieve his team in the period of domination of the PFC. In the recovery, he made it simple.

Junior Mwanga 7/10

It confirms from game to game. If a recovery error flouted his first half, he cut burning trajectories and his interception then came back in the 44the minute looked more like an old veteran than a 19-year-old kid. He repeated the pattern several times in the second half, including one at the start of the second penalty action. He did not jump to the duel on the Parisian goal, probably because he heard his goalkeeper calling him.

Jacques Ekomie 3/10

Back on Tuesday from injury, the 18-year-old left-back seemed physically affected. Often late, badly placed and/or little helped by Elis, he saw Paris FC insist on his side, taken by Lasne (12e), Shahiri (16e47e), Caddy (40e) and Gory who found the post (70e). He ran out of juice on the few balls touched in the opposing camp. The match too many for him, before the probable arrival in the eleven of Vital N’Simba next Saturday in Saint-Étienne. David Guion shortened his tough afternoon by replacing him with a sharper Louis-Jean.

Danylo Ignatenko 5/10

He contributed to the good start of the match for his team by recovering several balls while advancing and by his impact. Playing quicker and simpler than in his last appearances, he also didn’t make differences with the ball, returning a few on approximations in the pass, and was less influential as the minutes went on.

Tom Lacoux 6/10

The shadow worker: the captain set an example at the start of the match by scratching the balls, facilitated by the pressing of his team. If Chahiri’s stalls gave him some difficulties, he raked in a lot, sovereign in duels and playing simple.

Fransergio 5/10

The Brazilian was like his last meetings: when he picks up to relieve his central defenders on the restart or when he has time, he is capable of interesting diagonals. But under pressure, he lost a few dangerous balls and his lack of speed prevented him from making a difference in the last 30 meters, like this action where he opened his way to the goal (50e). Sometimes interesting relays, bad choices but also a real will like some defensive returns.

Dilane Bakwa 8/10

He is the X factor of this Bordeaux team. Picking up, he managed a magnificent hook sequence on Iglesias and a perfect opening towards Maja on the opener. He provoked and took the corner of the first goal after a small number against Hanin, and was broke on the second after eliminating Chergui in the box. Achieving a few charms, he provoked free kicks and undermined the Parisian defense with each ball taken forward by his speed. To his debit, a bad choice on a raid where he had done everything by stealing the ball from Lasne in midfield (60e) and a golden opportunity missed on a cross from Elis.

Josh Maja 8/10

Two years and 9 months after his first hat-trick at the Girondins, on December 3, 2019 against Nîmes (6-0), the Englishman therefore repeated the performance. he could even have scored a quadruple, if his lob against Filipovic had not been read well by the opposing goalkeeper (60e). His first failure of an evening until then at 100%, with the transformation of two penalties, one low to the ground (20e), the other under the bar (52e) and especially his first goal of the season in the game. Picking up less than in his previous matches, he was quickly rewarded with a deep call, full of composure to conclude (12e). He is regaining his confidence.

Alberth Elis 5/10

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