Florian Thauvin brands Marseille as 'rubbish' after 2-0 defeat to Bordeaux

Florian Thauvin in action for Marseille

Marseille's hopes of finishing in the Ligue 1 top four took a huge blow on Friday night.

Rudi Garcia's side fell behind after 27 minutes in their clash against Bordeaux, with Francois Kamano netting from the spot.

Bordeaux doubled their advantage with 19 minutes to play through Nicolas de Préville.

The home side then had a man sent off in the 82nd minute but the visitors could not find a way back into that game.

The result would have been hugely frustrating for Marseille.

They have now picked up just one point from their last three Ligue 1 games.

That means they have dropped out of the top four and are now fifth, one point behind AS Saint-Étienne.

Marseille have also played a game more than Les Verts.

Florian Thauvin has been a revelation since re-joining Marseille; he has scored 59 times in 140 appearances since moving back to the club in 2015.

He has also arguably been their best player this season, having netted 14 times in 27 games.

Florian Thauvin was not happy after his side's loss to Bordeaux

However, after the loss, he completely lost his head in his post-match interview.

The 26-year-old claimed he was 'fed up' with his side before declaring them 'rubbish'.

"I'm talking shit, I'm tired but we've been poor this season," he said, per Goal.

"It's the same story every season. I'm fed up. For a top-3 finish, it's over. And even if we get into CL, what's the point? We're rubbish."

Watch his interview below:

Wow. That's one of the most open and honest interviews a player has ever conducted after a match.

It'll be interesting to see how his Marseille teammates react to that.

It's likely that they won't be too happy with Thauvin.

Thauvin's form over the past seasons have led to interest from some of the world's biggest clubs.

And the French winger admitted last month that he 'does not know what the future holds'.

Florian Thauvin could be on the move this summer

“Honestly, today, it is difficult to respond," he told Maritama TV, per GetFrenchFootballNews. "There is what my heart says and there is what my head says.

"There is also my career. I need to the maximum to progress in my career. I do not know what the future holds.

"I will stay at Marseille for as long as is required and for as long as it improves me… So long as the club enables me to play at the highest level and to maximise progress…

"These are really important things for me. It is not just I who has decisions to take. We cannot forget that the club takes decisions. We will see.”

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