It all started so well... Diego Rolan gave Bordeaux the lead in the 38th minute. But after the break things were very different indeed. Lorient equalised then took the lead courtesy of Moukandjo (48'), Waris (64') and Touré (80'). Substitute Adam Ounas reduced the gap late-on (89'), but Lorient held out for the win.
Bordeaux threw everything they had at Kazan, but were held to a draw! They thoroughly tested the post (Guilbert) and the crossbar (Saivet and Crivelli) and ended the game against ten men, but the Girondins could not find the back of the net. Nonetheless, this point could prove to be crucial.
The matches keep coming, and you never know what to expect next! The boys in blue bounced back admirably from their mid-week disaster with a solid home win over Lyon. Wahbi Khazri scored in the 17th minute, with Jaroslav Plasil later doubling the lead (40'). Seconds before half-time, Pablo scored his first goal for Bordeaux (45+2). 3-0 at the break. No coming back. Beauvue got a consolation goal late on, but the Girondins still cruised to victory in style.A much-needed boost ahead of a big week! Merci Bordeaux !
It all started so well... Jaroslav Plasil gave Bordeaux the lead after just 6 minutes. But by half time Nice were 2-1 up. After the break minute, a red card for Enzo Crivelli (50') followed by a third goal for the hosts (51') put the game beyond the Girondins' reach. The scoreboard tells you all you need to know about the rest. Nice were 6-1 winners on an evening Bordeaux would rather forget.
The Girondins took on Toulouse FC this afternoon for their 6th game of the Ligue 1 season. This was the first ever Garonne derby to be played in the brand new MATMUT ATLANTIQUE stadium. Despite dominating the first half (56% possession), Bordeaux went behind to a goal from Regattin (21'). The boys in blue finally pulled one back close to the end courtesy of Crivelli (89').
A la 81ème minute de jeu, Jussiê égalise magistralement après être entré en jeu quelques minutes plus tôt. Ce but répond à celui de Lallana (65'). Le match nul récompense les efforts bordelais dans une rencontre ouverte. Si les Reds ont ouvert le score, le coeur bordelais a su revenir dans les ultimes minutes de la partie.
Bordeaux were on fire at Paris' Parc des Princes, picking up a point from a hard-fought game. Cavani scored first for PSG, followed by two goals in seven minutes to make it 2-1 by half time. Henri Saivet equalised (31') before Cavani snatched a second (34'). Henri Saivet was sent off a second yellow card (77'), but Wahbi Khazri succeeded in landing a final blow for the Girondins.
The Girondins kick off the UEFA Europa League group stage with a mouth-watering clash against Liverpool, Thursday 17th September at 19:00. If you have not already purchased the Europa League package, tickets for this game go on sale today. There are special arrangements for Liverpool fans.
Ticket packages for the UEFA Europa League home matches are now on sale exclusively via girondins.com. You can find full information and price details below.
The Girondins de Bordeaux are pleased to announce the arrival of Pablo Nascimento Castro, known as Pablo. The Brazilian central defender has signed up for 4 years in Bordeaux (June 2019).
In their fourth game of the Ligue 1 season, Bordeaux took on FC Nantes at the Nouveau Stade. After securing qualification despite losing to Almaty on Thursday evening, the Girondins had to brace their tired legs for an Atlantic derby clash with the Canaries. Wahbi Khazri scored just before half time (45’+3), making up for his penalty miss a few minutes previously (40’). Playing with a numerical advantage following the sending off of Lenjani (50’), Willy Sagnol's side sealed their first league victory with a late goal from Milan Gajic (87’).
The Girondins de Bordeaux are delighted to announce that Diego Rolan has signed an extension to his current contract.
The Girondins travelled to face Kazakh side Kairat Almaty this afternoon for their final UEFA Europa League qualifier: a match which may well come to define the club's season. The game got off to a terrible start, with an own goal from Cédric Yambéré after just 40 seconds. The Girondins went through the whole spectrum of emotions in the second half: headed out after a goal from Kuat (65’), they ultimately snatched qualification thanks to a superb goal from Enzo Crivelli (76’).
For the longest away trip in the club's history, the Girondins are en route for Almaty, the former Kazakh capital just a few hundred miles from the Chinese border.
For their third game of the Ligue 1 season, Bordeaux travelled to face LOSC at Stade Pierre-Mauroy. The Girondins were particularly hard-hit by injury: Contento has not recovered from the knock he sustained in Thursday's European match, while Diabaté, Sané, Sertic and keeper Carrasso were also on the injury list. After victory over Almaty just a few days ago, the Girondins travelled to the other end of France to face tough opposition.