Ghana Defender Gideon Mensah Reacts To Bordeaux’s Draw Against Angers At Home

Ghana left back Gideon Mensah has expressed disappointment in Bordeaux’s draw at home against Angers, but was happy to see the fans for the first time.

The on loan Red Bull Salzburg player lasted the entire duration as Bordeaux settled for a 1-1 draw at the Noveau Stade de Bordeaux.

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French teenager Sekou Mara gave Bordeaux a ten-minute lead, before Romain Thomas leveled for Angers with sevn minutes remaining to half-time.

“This is not the desired result but very proud to have been able to make my first minutes in front of our magnificent audience. Come on Bordeaux,” wrote Mensah after the game.

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It was his second match since joining the Ligue one outfit in the summer transfer window.

The French club has the option of making his loan move a permanent one at the end of the season.

Bordeaux next travels to Nice for the fourth game of the new season.

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