The president of Olympique Lyonnais, Jean-Michel Aulas, sent a letter to Paris Saint-Germain a few days before the announcement of the poster between the two clubs, next Sunday in the Parc des Princes. Despite the new defeat in Monaco, the Rhone club president maintains his faith.
‘Defeat is unfair’
Olympique Lyonnais in trouble. After four days of poor performance against FC Lorient in Mostoir (1-3), the Rhône club suffered a second consecutive defeat against Monaco (1-2) on Sunday evening, in the match that concluded the seventh day of the French Ligue 1, and relegated to the center Fifth. Positioned in the standings with thirteen points, six behind Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique de Marseille, Jones is not worried.
“We will have a very good surprise.” against Paris Saint-Germain
on me TwitterLyon president Jean-Michel Aulas praised the performance of his teammates Alexandre Lacazette. “Defeat is unfair, great performance our best game of the season against a strong team but we have gone ahead. If we put it head-to-head better then we win this game by and large. Let’s be strong from Saturday we can put things back in place, OL is fifth !” The head of the Rhone even went in the direction of Daniel Riolo’s analysis of the level of play shown by the team. “I love retweeting Daniel Riolo that his analysis is correct.”
🔴🔵 Daniel Riolo: “The OL game is not bad tonight (…) they played a much better match than Lorient’s game with more pressing and more interesting things in the game.” #RMClive pic.twitter.com/U9QFA9IqVk
– After Foot RMC (AfterRMC) September 11, 2022
The OL boss wants to reassure the fans as the match against Paris Saint-Germain (Day 8 of Ligue 1) approaches next Sunday at the Parc des Princes. By relaying the stats in favor of Peter Boss’ men against Monaco – more chances, shots and shots on target – JMA is optimistic ahead of the game against Christophe Galtier’s players. “It reveals or not! These are the ingredients for tomorrow! Standing behind Alex, Coco and the group, we’ll have a very good surprise on Sunday.
– Jean-Michel Aulas (@JM_Aulas) September 11, 2022