Former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama has expressed his disappointment following Lille 2-3 defeat at home to Bordeaux in a Ligue 1 match played last night.
The 34-year-old, who is the most trusted of manager Franck Passi, was in goal for 90 minutes as the former French Champions suffered their fourth loss in five games.Read Also | EFL Cup final at Wembley will be special - Forster
The away side went in front when Argentine, Valentin Vada put the ball past Enyeama for the game’s opener. Lille response came in the second half as they netted a quick-fire double through Nicolas De Roussel de Préville and Eder.
However, it was the away side that stole the win with two late goals of their own courtesy a brace from Adam Ounas but Enyeama wasn’t happy with some calls against his team during the encounter.
“Sad to have lost 2day #LOSCFCGB but I am starting to think that there is one rule for #LOSC n another rule for the other teams. No excuses though,” Enyeama tweeted after the game.
Lille are currently placed 14th with 29 points, just two points away from the relegation zone.