Ghanaian defender Enock Kwateng has admitted that Girondins Bordeaux's game against Olympique Lyon in the Ligue 1 has been one of his best highlights this season.
Kwateng further added that Bordeaux displayed flair and maturity in the game and it should've been easily won but they managed to pick up a point.
According to Ghanasoccernet, the 22-year-old said that playing for Bordeaux has taught him a lot about his personal game.
"I think the match against Lyon is a benchmark match because we showed some nice things, we showed what the coach asked us, so it's important to start from the same base with the win at the end," he told.
"Lyon, in the game, we had the possession of the ball and we were tough in the duels. It was during the match at least I hope you saw him.
"In any case concerning me, I am I felt good on the field so for me, it's a reference game, we wanted to come back with the victory.
"On a tactical level, we were good, with the little work we had just before we had managed to adapt very well to the coach's game plan and he explained things to us very well. "
Bordeaux are currently four games unbeaten in Ligue 1 and will be looking to continue the momentum as the season progresses.