Lille won 1-0 over Salzburg in a tense encounter. Lille started the match and dominated the game for the first 30 minutes. During this time, they scored their first goal thanks to Jonathan David. But then Lille couldn’t take the lead. Salzburg attacked strongly and clearly intended to score but they could not find many good scoring opportunities. Salzburg’s star striker Adeyemi was also unable to create many opportunities that could pose a threat to Lille’s defence. Even after this close loss, they are still in 2nd place in the table and will be keen to cement this position by beating Sevilla at home in their next match.
Below are the Player Ratings for the Champions League match between Lille and Salzburg :-
Ivo Grbic (GK) (October 7): Grbic had a rather quiet day on the field. He made only one save and was never challenged by Salzburg attackers.
Reinildo Mandava (7/10): At left-back, Reinildo is very prominent. He effectively blocked Adeyami and Aaronson and had a pass completion rate of 90%.
Tiago Djalo (October 7): Center-back Djalo has scored a lot in maintaining the defense for Lille. Additionally, he kept pressure on Salzburg’s midfield and won some great tackles.
Jose Fonte (7/10): Fonte plays impressive football. He has a pass completion rate of 85% and also tracks Camara and Sucic’s build.
Zeki Celik (6/10): During the match, Celik made important saves against Seiwald from his opponent but his pass completion was poor.
Jonathan Bamba (7/10): During the whole game, Bamba played quite well defensively and made some dangerous runs to create counterattack opportunities for Lille.
Xeka (October 7): Xeka is building a play with Bamba and Sanches in the match for Lille. He has an 84% pass accuracy and makes some great key passes to Yilmaz and David.
Renato Sanches (7/10): During the whole game, Sanches couldn’t hold the ball much but he contributed very well in coordinating with Xeka and Weah.
Timothy Weah (October 6): Weah played sublimely for Lille. He made some great key passes during the game but failed to generate offensive momentum for David and Yilmez.
Jonathan David (8/10): He had an excellent game with some very good passes to Yilmez and Bamba. David scored a brilliant goal to give Lille the lead in the first half.
Burak Yilmaz (6/10): Yilmaz can hit some good shots towards goal but his penetration in Salzburg has been poor. He only has a passing accuracy of 71% and can’t create chances with David.
Amadou Onana (October 6): After coming on as a substitute, Onana tried to create chances to break through the Salzburg defence, and his attacks put more pressure on the Salzburg defence.
Yusuf Yazci (None)
Isaac Lihadji (N / A)
Phillip Kohn (GK) (7/10): Kohn was not at his best in the match. His precise passing was poor and was unable to produce the necessary assists with Ulmer and Kristensen.
Andreas Ulmer (7/10): Ulmer was sharp as he made some important clearances. During the game, he made 40 passes and was able to prevent Sanches and Xeka from scoring opportunities.
Maximilian Wober (8/10): Wober is the best central defender for Salzburg. He won 3 tackles and 4 important saves to help Salzburg continue to play.
Jerome Onguene (7/10): He followed Wober well throughout the game to create many chances. Onguene made 2 great interceptions and 6 vital clearances to create chances for Lille.
Rasmus Kristensen (7/10): Kristensen looks for tactics in great positions in the game. He won 3 tackles and a superb clearance to stop Xeka and Bamba from creating chances for David.
Nicolas Seiwald (6/10): During the whole game, Seiwald was impressive with his touches but his accuracy was lower, leaving Adeyemi and Sesko not having many attacking opportunities.
Mohamed Camara (October 7): Camara played an important role in Salzburg’s performance. In addition to making three crucial interceptions, he also had 89% of passes, giving Salzburg more possession.
Brenden Aaronson (7/10): He made some excellent runs in midfield. Although he had 44 touches and one shot on goal. He assisted Adeyami and Sesko had more scoring opportunities.
Luka Sucic (7/10): During the match, Sucic made some very effective runs, passing accuracy up to 91%, giving Seiwald and Camara more space in the midfield. Yard.
Karim Adeyemi (October 6): Adeyemi had a normal day on the field. His pass completion rate is poor and is tracked very well by Fonte and Djalo.
Benjamin Sesko (October 6): Sesko also struggled when he accompanied Adeyemi to create scoring opportunities. He was well managed by the Lille defense and did not allow him to get into good scoring positions.
Nicolas Capaldo (October 6): Capaldo was ineffective when coming on as a substitute. Similar to Sucic, he has difficulty creating chances
Chukwubuike Adamu (6/10): Adamu played 30 minutes but he rarely touched his foot in the match and struggled similarly to Sesko to make any impact during the game for Salzburg.
Maurits Kjaergaard (N / A)
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