Ghana defender Gideon Mensah put up an impressive showcase on his French Ligue 1 debut on Sunday as Bordeaux rallied to draw 2-2 with Olympique Marseille.
The on-loan left-back was deployed in a more offensive role as part of a five-man midfield comprising Toma Basic, Otávio, Issouf Sissokho and Enock Kwateng.
According to statistical firm Fotmob, he was the second best player in the Bordeaux set-up with 7.0 rating.
The 23-year-old had 34 accurate passes, a pass success rate of 83% and one shot.
Marseille went in front just after the half-hour mark through Turkey international Ünder Cengiz.
They home side then doubled their lead four minutes before the interval courtesy Payet.
Substitute Timothee Pembélé pulled a goal back in the 51st minute.
Bordeaux then drew level in the 56th minute when Toma Basic’s corner from the left was met by Oudin, who swept in a first-time shot on the half-volley from the edge of the area.