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Bordeaux enjoy a fine win (PSV.nl)

25 sep 2006 - Source: PSV.nl

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FC Girondins de Bordeaux claimed a 2-1 win over Troyes in the Stade Chaban Delmas, ahead of next Wednesday night’s Champions League group stage game with PSV. PSV assistant coach Tonny Bruins Slot saw how David Gigliotti gave the visitors a 1-0 lead on nine minutes.Bordeaux showed resilience and after the break Jean-Claude Darcheville leveled the score. Geraldo Wendel’s goal sealed all three points for the Brazilian coach Raymundo Ricardo. Bordeaux have earned twelve points from seven games and are sixth in the table.Bordeaux starting line-up:Ramé, Jurietti, Henrique (45, Enakarhire), Jemmali, Wendel, Dalmat (73, Marange), Mavuba, Fernando, Francia (45, Alonso), Darcheville and Chamakh. Galatasaray SK did not enjoy a great weekend: they slipped to a 3-1 defeat against Trabzonspor. They suffered defeat for the first time this season. When the Istanbul team was trailing 2-0, Hakan Sükür reduced the deficit, but Ersen Martin put the result beyond doubt after 27 minutes. Galatasaray are fifth in the table, having collected ten points from seven games.Galatasaray starting line-up:Mondragon, Tomas, Song, Ferhat, Sabri, Hasan Sas, Inamoto, Ayhan, Arda, Hakan Sükür and Ümit Karan.Substitutes: Fevzi, Orhan Ak, Mehmet Topal, Cihan, Emre Aþýk, Özgürcan, Hasan Kabz Tottenham Hotspur’s poor start to the campaign continued when they were beaten 3-0 by Liverpool last Saturday. Mark González, Dirk Kuyt and the Norwegian John Arne Riise, who had recovered from injury, scored the goal for the The Reds. All three goals were netted in the final thirty minutes. Liverpool have moved to the sixth place. They have earned ten points from six games.Liverpool starting line-up:Reina, Finnan, Agger, Hyypiä, Riise, Gerrard, Sissoko, Xabi Alonso (84, Carragher), Mark González (77, Fabio Aurélio), Bellamy (69, Luis García) and Kuyt.