French-born Ghanaian defender Enock Kwateng was on the scoresheet for Bordeaux as they threw away a two-goal lead to suffer a 5-3 loss to Nantes on Sunday at the Stade de la Beaujoire.
The visitors opened the scoring of the match in the 6th minute through Senegalese forward Mbaye Niang. Dutch man Javairo Dilrosun doubled the advantage for Bordeaux before the break.
Nantes scored twice six minutes into the second half to draw level with Kalifa Coulibaly scoring one and the other coming through an own goal.
Kwateng who plays as a right-back or wing-back restored the advantage for Bordeaux with a nice curl after receiving a pass from Dilrosun.
The lead didn’t last long as Malian forward Coulibaly scored again to put Nantes on level again.
Nigeria international Moses Simon and Ghana winger Osman Bukari scored in the 76th and 89th minutes respectively to give Nantes the victory in the end.
Bordeaux remain in the relegation zone after the defeat with six points away from the safety places. There are four games left to conclude the season.