It isn’t too bad, but your hips are too high and you aren’t getting any leg drive. At the moment, I’ve reduced the number of cues for my DL to four:
Get your shoulders behind the bar and keep them there.
Bend the bar around your shins.
Pull the bar back into yourself, not up. I imagine pulling the bar on a 45 degree angle (obviously not what happens but it works for me).
Scrape the bar up your legs like you’re trying to take the skin off (so wear long socks, or better still knee sleeves over your shins).
You’ll notice that this pretty much negates the need to worry where the bar sits relative to your feet. Makes setting up easier.
Finally, try to avoid spending time after you grip the bar. Take your air, set your grip, shoulders behind the bar, bend it, pull and scrape along your legs. Simple.
On a different note, I seem to remember that you deadlift every day you train. I also think for a weight you had to attempt a second time it came up fast and smoothly. Anyway, at 73 kg I think you’ve got 150 kg (and then more) in you but if, and only if, you train your deadlift slightly less enthusiastically. Train it a couple of times a week at most, ideally keep it to your 531 as written. If you really must do some deadlift-y thing, do high pulls and cleans or something. You’ll have to use much lighter loads, which will help, and I seriously doubt they’ll hurt your DL. They’re also pretty fun. Just my opinion, but I suspect it may work better for you.