Since day one and throughout the Ligue 1 season, our journalists have followed Stade Brestois. 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.
Chardonnet and Perraud at the top
Unsurprisingly, on the Brest side, the player with the best average of the season is central defender Brendan Chardonnet (5.8 out of 30 games – best score for Breton players). While he was not necessarily the most anticipated at the start of the season, he naturally imposed himself to become the boss of the central hinge. Behind him, Paul Lasne (20 games), who had become an indisputable holder in the midfield before his serious injury, and Romain Perraud (35 games), in his left lane, get the score of 5.3.
The disappointments of Jean Lucas and Philippoteaux
On the other hand, at the bottom of the standings, rookies Jean Lucas and Romain Philippoteaux did not seduce while Sébastien Cibois was notably weighed down by his catastrophic match against Olympique Lyonnais.
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