Ligue 1 – J1: The Dogues’ notes after LOSC – AJ Auxerre – Archyde

A stunning first in Ligue 1 for the night, an easy Auxerre winner with a 4-1 score. After that meeting, here are our notes from the Dogues Honorary Team this Sunday at the Decathlon Arena – Stade Pierre Mauroy.

Leo Jardim (5): The Brazilian goalkeeper lived a quiet Sunday, with rare interventions well executed. However, he was reluctant to run past Auxerrois and was pressured by Charbonnier.

Akim Zidadka (7): Very active in his path, he was rewarded for his fine performance with a beautiful goal, his first in Ligue 1, with a superb shot at the far post.

Jose Fonte (6): Captain Lille did well against Charbonnier, both on the ground and in the air. At the start of the second half, he was fair, often finding the right partner at the right time.

Alexander (5.5): A strong start for the Brazilian defender who also showed her technical quality with both feet. He still stands behind his back in Auxerre’s only goal.

Thiago Gallo (5.5): In this hybrid role of the left side in the defensive phase and the third center with the ball, the Portuguese did well and ended up with cramps, the one who suffered from truncated preparations after injury.

Benjamin Andre (7): The season’s top scorer with a superb shot was impressively energetic in the first half and very honest in his use of the ball. More in management during the second quarter but still just as important in midfield.

Angel Gomez (7): The surprise player in the Lille double, the Englishman showed that he is a very good ball player but also a player who is able to recover the balls. His accuracy was key in the Lille football matches.

Jonathan David (8): He had waited until the fourth day of last season to open his office. This time, it only took three minutes. The owner of a double and decisive pass in the first half, the role of the Canadian, on the right defensively and close to Bayo offensively, suits him perfectly.

Remy Capella (7,5) : Although we didn’t see him from training in Spain, Lille’s new No. 17 delighted Lille fans with technical gestures, accuracy and participation in the first three goals with two passes and one penultimate pass. Full match of the former Montpellier player.

Jonathan Bamba (6) : His duplicity with Capella made Auxerre’s defense dizzy but he lacked precision in his individual stances and in his passing. Despite everything, he made a very good cross towards Zedadka in Lille’s last goal in the afternoon.

Mohamed Bayo (5) : The Guinean was active without the ball, and his partners did not serve him much in the area of ​​truth. But he didn’t stop derailing Auxerre’s recovery and could have been a crucial pass without a good return from the AJA defense to David.

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