Since day one and throughout the Ligue 1 season, our journalists have followed FC Lorient. In each game, they also gave a rating to players who played more than 45 minutes of the game – and, since Matchday 8, we have also opened these ratings to netizens. After 38 days, find out which players have obtained the best averages, who are the tops, who are the flops.
Abergel, Lemoine: an environment that shines
Le Minot des Merlus, Laurent Abergel, undoubtedly has a preponderant place in the maintenance of his team in Ligue 1. His friend in the midfield, Fabien Lemoine (34 years old but determined to continue), also obtains a very good average and finishes just behind his teammate (5.5 against 5.7). Beside them is one of the revelations of the season in Morbihan, the Armand Laurienté rocket. The Nigerian Terem Moffi, also brilliant, nevertheless pays some poor performances.
Unsurprisingly, Grbic at the back of the pack
It is not a surprise, and if it had been necessary to bring out a player who did not shine this year in Lorient, his name would certainly have stood out. The Austrian Adrian Grbic obtains the lowest score of Lorient, Diarra (1 game) and Marveaux (2 games), except. The one who has just made a sensational media release and whose departure seems inevitable has only 3.7 average in 7 meetings.
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