It’s time for Lyon to win. After a complicated first match against Stade Rennes (2-3), the Olympique Laurent Blanc team of Lyon had to win at the grounds of Montpellier, also looking for points and with a new coach: Romain Peteau, after the sacking of Olivier Daloleau. In a 4-2-2-2 match with Aware and Mendes back in midfield, Boateng once again returned to the center of defence. Almost deadlocked from the start of the season, Lyon’s attack gradually began. Quickly, they were pressing O’Melin’s target. Dembele, Kacrit and Lacazette tried, but it was El Aouar – who came from afar – who opened the scoring (1-0, 33).
But after the break, OL is finally back in Bosz-era ways. Because of the opportunities for the break, Lyon did not miss them, such as the big loss from Lacazette towards Dembele, while Heraulte’s defense (55th place) wasted. Finally, Montpellier took advantage of it. Ferry sent a cross towards Wahi, who made a fine scissors from scratch to equalize (1-1, 70). The logical equalizer in the end, after the offensive errors of Lyon. And at the incomprehensible end of the match – where Diomandi and Mavididi were disqualified – neither team was able to make a difference. But there’s a touch of Laurent Blanc that seems to motivate Lyonnais. In injury time, after an excellent job by Caqueret, Lacazette broke through Kamara’s net to finally deliver a Les Gones win, celebrated by all manpower on the sidelines (2-1, 90+1). like a symbol. Dropping him in the standings, Olympique Lyonnais (ninth) will have to beat Lille to continue his momentum, during the thirteenth day. MHSC (11th) is still in poor condition, and will go to Rennes to successfully reconnect.