Head and inside! Albert Ellis scores his fourth goal for Girondins in France, but they score hugely – Den

Keep. Honduran striker Albert Ellis continues to score in French football. Today he scored his fourth goal with Girondins de Bordeaux, but was sadly defeated by Racing de Strasbourg.

“La Panterita” got up in the 57th minute to mark his team’s dismissal, but in the end they lost 5-2. Since he made his debut in October, Ellis has shown good standing and has established himself in the starting position.

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Ellis’ first goal in French football came in a 1-1 draw against Lorient on October 24; It was in the defeat against PSG on November 6th. Until he scored against Strasbourg today, most recently his second and last goal against the Mets on November 21st.

The Catracho striker came to the Girondins after playing one season in Boavista de Portugal in August this year, where he scored eight goals and was the team’s best in Portuguese football. Now in the middle of the season he is set to match that mark in Europe.

Bordeaux ranks 20th out of 20 and is in the Exit Zone. This defeat will make him more compromising because Ellis has a very weak defense that gets multiple goals in every game, even if he continues to score.

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