Clermont Bordeaux 1-1, goals and highlights from Ligue 1

It all happened in the first 45 minutes of the match with the two teams that found the way to the goal. Bordeaux thought about breaking the deadlock but the advantage did not last long as the tie was re-established before the break. In the second 45 minutes of play, no other goals arrived with both teams preferring to close each space. Also from this point of view we can read the changes made. The imperative was to try but avoid going out with a defeat that would have complicated the ranking situation a lot.

Bordeaux managed to take the lead in the 13th minute thanks to Josuha Guilavogui’s goal, Clermont found the strength and clarity to replicate by equalizing the match before the end of the first half with Rashani. In the second half, the two teams tried to find the right key to bring home the game without being able to find the way to the net.
Both goalkeepers had to surrender only on the occasion of the goal: both Ouparine Djoco (Clermont) and Gaëtan Poussin (Bordeaux) made 2 interventions each.

For Bordeaux the assist was provided by Stian Rode Gregersen, while in Clermont the decisive pass for the goal was from Akim Zedadka.

Despite the final result of a tie, Clermont had long control of the match: in addition to greater ball possession (53%), they made more shots (9-10).

Johan Gastien (Clermont) was the best in the number of passes completed (69), also overtaking Anel Ahmedhodzic, the most precise in the ranks of Bordeaux (61). Ahmedhodzic managed to make a greater number of passes in the opponent’s trocar (6 against 5 of his opponent).

Elbasan Rashani was the player who tried hardest for Clermont: 3 times, 2 of which on goal. For Bordeaux, it was Hwang Ui-Jo who tried harder by shooting 3 times.
In Clermont, defender Vital N’Simba was the best of his team in tackling won (8 out of 12 total) and contributed to his team’s dominance in the overall percentage (100%). The midfielder Guilavogui was instead the most effective in the ranks of Bordeaux with 7 tackles won (10 played in total).

No one winner on the field and therefore the score in the standings changes for both. Clermont rises to 28 points, occupying 15th place in the standings. Bordeaux, who recorded their 5th away draw this season, are in 19th place with 22 points

In terms of individual statistics, on the other hand, Rashani, who finished in the match scorers ‘table, rises to 6 goals in the scorers’ ranking.

Clermont: O. Djoco, C. Hountondji, F. Ogier (Cap.), V. N’Simba, A. Zedadka, S. Abdul Samed, J. Gastien, Y. Magnin, M. Bayo, L. Da Cunha, E. Rashani. All: Pascal Gastien
Available: A. Mendy, J. Phojo, S. Khaoui, J. Allevinah, G. Kyei, J. Dossou, J. Billong, A. Desmas, J. Berthomier.
Changes: Allevinah <-> Da Cunha (63 ‘), Berthomier <-> Magnin (63′)

Bordeaux: G. Poussin, S. Gregersen, M. Guedes Filho, A. Ahmedhodzic, J. Guilavogui (Cap.), T. Lacoux, G. Mensah, J. Onana, U. Hwang, R. Oudin, Y. Adli . All: David Guion
Available: T. Klidje, D. Ignatenko, T. Pembélé, M. Niang, D. Rouyard, J. Dilrosun, F. Rodrigues Barbosa, A. Medioub, S. Mara.
Changes: Mara <-> Oudin (64 ‘), Pembélé <-> Lacoux (81′), Niang <-> Hwang (82 ‘), Ignatenko <-> Onana (87′)

Goals: 13 ‘Guilavogui (Bordeaux), 32’ Rashani (Clermont).
Bookings: S. Abdul Samed, A. Ahmedhodzic, M. Guedes Filho

Stadium: Stade Gabriel-Montpied
Referee: Eric Wattellier

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