Again disappointing in Bordeaux, Lucas Paqueta committed a culpable loss of ball in the last moments of the meeting. Petre Bosz did not like it.
L’Olympique Lyonnais grazed the correctional, Sunday, on the lawn of the Matmut Arena. Les Gones owe only a miraculous stop toAnthony Lopes against Mbaye Niang for recording a second defeat in four days. Lucas Paqueta can therefore thank his guardian. Because if the Girondins have benefited from such a match point, it is due to a gross ball loss from the Brazilian. Barely raised, the Portuguese doorman also passed a monumental blower to the former Milanese.
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And Anthony Lopes was not the only one to attack Lucas Paqueta. The same was true of Peter Bosz. “There are different things about losing the ball. Lucas, once again, we saw at the end, when he loses the ball. With his experience, that should not happen to him ”, thus launched the Lyon coach about his star playmaker, guilty of a similar loss of ball against Stade de Reims, which had allowed the Champenois to crucify their hosts in added time.
We should have won
The loss of ball is also decidedly very dear to the Lyonnais. Sunday, the second goal of the Bordelais is indeed consecutive to a lost ball from Malo Gusto. In great difficulty, the young side was however spared by his coach. “I have fewer problems with Malo, 18, the guy plays with his heart and gives everything. I’m sure in his career he’s never going to make mistakes like the one he made on 2nd base. 18 years old, so you have to learn ”, explained the Dutch technician.
However, the former Ajax coach did not hide his disappointment at the final whistle. “We almost lost the game at the end. I am disappointed because we did not win. I’m never happy when I don’t win a game that I had to win. We played badly in certain phases, we weren’t there in the important moments and this, in both surfaces. That’s why we didn’t win, he explained. Although I think normally we should have won. This is not the first time that this has happened. Regarding our organization, I am very happy. It’s hard to change devices when you have two games a week. At least the players did that well. The two goals conceded come from two individual mistakes, so it has nothing to do with the system. “