The move starts with Amiens recovering the ball in their box and passing it out to Bodmer just outside.
At first Bodmer shapes his body simply to protect it from Duje Caleta-Car behind him, then he shifts to his side, shaping to protect from both Caleta-Car and Hiroki Sakai.
When Sakai goes to tackle him but Caleta-Car doesn’t get close, Bodmer twists to protect the ball from Sakai.
Now facing Marseille’s goal, he can easily pass forward. He dummies to pass inside but as Caleta-Car doesn’t position himself to block the pass forward and Nemanja Radonjic doesn’t track back, Bodmer knocks the ball on to Diabate.
The ball falls behind Diabate though, requiring him to stop and control it rather than pushing forward. This gives Sakai time to recover, however Diabate slows down, encouraging Sakai to step in and attempt a tackle. When Sakai goes to tackle, Diabate pushes the fall forward and rides his challenge, taking the Japanese out of the game.
With Mendoza one-on-one with Lucas Perrin, Diabate looks to release him with an outside of the boot pass. The path of this pass ends up giving Mendoza more time on the ball, as Perrin turns thinking he can cut it out, only for the pass to continue past him to Mendoza. As Perrin’s turned to try to cut out the pass rather than simply running towards the recipient, he’s wasted time that could have been spent moving across to Mendoza, giving the Amiens attacker more time with the ball.
Once he advances into the box, Mendoza shapes to shoot, causing Perrin to go to ground in an attempt to block the shot and Steve Mandanda to dive. Mendoza cuts inside instead though, giving himself the time and space to pick out a finish.