After a hectic, goal-filled match, the Girondins finally bowed out of the Coupe de France in injury time. Bammou scored in the 6th minute, with Crivelli equalising in the 22nd. Poko gave Bordeaux the lead after the break (51’), but Sighthorsson pulled it back to 2-2. Malcom put the Girondins ahead in extra time (98’), but two goals in the space of four minutes from Audel and Bedoya put an end to Bordeaux's cup run.
The Girondins' run of invincibility at home has come to an end! After more than two months without losing at the Matmut Atlantique, Bordeaux went down 4-1 to Saint-Etienne. In an intense, fast-paced game it was the visitors' pragmatism which won out. The Girondins enjoyed plenty of possession, but failed to capitalise.
The Girondins were well beaten in Lyon tonight. Despite creating some good chances, Bordeaux were unable to overcome Lyon's superior pragmatism. Goals from Lacazette (40' et 88') and Kululu (90+3) leave the Girondins in 10th place with 33 points.
On Sunday 14th February the Girondines will be on the outskirts of Paris for the next round of the Coupe de France.
Mathieu Debuchy has just signed for the Girondins de Bordeaux on loan. Formerly of LOSC Lille and currently under contract with Arsenal in the Premier League, the right-back (30) joins the club for the rest of the season. He will take over the vacant No. 24 shirt.
Bordeaux's ladies beat rivals La Roche sur Yon to move forward in the Coupe de France, winning by 2-1 thanks to an incredible late come-back.
The Girondins needed to bounce back from the mid-week disaster in Lille, and they did so in style! Rennes were on the sharp end of a brace from Cheick Diabaté (28’, 51’), whose good run of form continues. Diego Rolan (67’) and Thomas Touré (90+2’) added to the tally, as Bordeaux swept Rennes off the park.
The club has reached a deal with Sunderland AFC (Enqland) for Wahbi Khazri, and is now looking at several options to replace the midfielder.
Bordeaux won't be going to the Stade de France just yet - their flying start to 2016 has come crashing down. The Girondins suffered their first defeat in 11 matches tonight, beaten by Lille in the League Cup semi-final. Benzia (7'), Sané (41' o.g.), Soumaoro (44'), Bauthéac (56') and Boufal (90') got the goals for Lille, with Clément Chantôme's 33rd-minute equaliser a footnote. The Girondins need to pick themselves up, dust themselves down as look ahead to the game against Rennes this Sunday.
The doctor's verdict is in, and it's not looking good for Cédric Carrasso. Our keeper has ruptured the cruciate ligaments in his left knee.
What a derby! Trailing by two goals at half-time (Sigthorsson (1’) and Bedoya (30’)), the Girondins dug deep to come away with a point from Nantes' Stade Beaujoire! Cheick Diabaté kept up his golden streak (84’), scoring his 5th goal in 4 matches. Deep in injury time, from the final corner of the game, Lorik Cana scored an own goal which keeps Bordeaux's unbeaten run in 2016 intact!
The Girondins are through to the 5th round of the Coupe de France! Jussiê (45’+1) and Enzo Crivelli (58’) got the goals in a well deserved win over Angers, who pulled one back courtesy of Ketkeophomphone (69’). A very satisfying performance from this young Girondins side.
The Girondins ran out 1-0 winners over Lille, thanks to a Cheick Diabaté goal in the 52nd minute, with Wahbi Khazri getting the assist. Willy Sagnol's side thus racked up their fourth consecutive victory of 2016. The Girondins now have 29 points, and are moving on up the table.