Lacazette doubles the lead… Finally a quiet success in perspective for Lyon (2-0)?…

Lacazette doubles the lead... Finally a quiet success in perspective for Lyon (2-0)?...

THE ESSENTIAL

  • While making its best start to the season (accounting) for ten years (3 wins and 1 draw), Olympique Lyonnais (4th in Ligue 1) welcomes this Saturday (7 p.m.) an Angers SCO already struggling (19th ).
  • This meeting of the 6th day of Ligue 1, which will be broadcast on Prime Video, could allow Peter Bosz’s men to continue their full card at Parc OL, after the successes against Ajaccio, Troyes and Auxerre.
  • The essays :

For OL: Lopes – Gusto, Mendes, Lukeba, Tagliafico – Caqueret, Tolisso, Faivre – Tetê, Lacazette, Toko Ekambi.

For Angers SCO: Bernardoni – Bamba, Hountondji, Mendy, Doumbia, Valery – Bentaleb, Ounahi, Boufal – Diony, Hunou.

7:45 p.m. : It’s half-time here, and even if we thought they were average for a long time, the Lyonnais knew how to make the game easy. The two-goal gap is not undeserved, and Alexandre Lacazette continues to write his beautiful story in his city. See you in a few minutes for the second period friends.

45th: Anthony Lopes prevents OL from returning less calmly to the locker room. Good little tap on a strike at the entrance to the surface of Yann Valery.

41st: It’s hot Alex Lacazette say so! Following a whim from Toko Ekambi on a corner, he managed a beautiful sequence in two stages to score again. But clear and clean offside for him which cancels this rather huge goal technically and in terms of liveliness.

39th : Here then is Lacazette on the podium of the top scorers in OL history, with 132 pawns like Serge Chiesa. Next target the indescribable Bernard Lacombe (149 goals). As for Fleury Di Nallo, we will have to hang on to get him with his 222 units.

38th: And the Lyon machine is launched for good! Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut from Lacazette, on a well-executed action, between a controlled opening from Tolisso on the right side, then a perfect center from Malo Gusto. Quiet on the spot, Lacazette drops a good header out of Bernardoni’s reach. This seems to be over, but with OL…

32nd: And here he is, the buuuuuuuut from Lyon! Standard scorer, our good old Karl Toko Ekambi has his second goal of the week (and of the season). At the start, opening in average depth of Mendes, but Bamba passes through. Toko takes advantage of this by readjusting his movement, and releasing a nice volley from the left, which is really not easy, which Bernardoni touches but cannot get out.

25th : Still no completely straightforward opportunity for OL: this time it’s Lacazette who sees his diving header closely being thwarted by a somewhat borderline (but correct) intervention from Bamba. For once, the first act against Auxerre was more convincing than this one so far.

16th : Another Lyon opportunity from a set piece, but Bernardoni’s new parade counts for nothing: the sequence between Mendes and Toko Ekambi was accompanied by an offside before.

13th: Ouuuuuuuh the big big opportunity for the SCO: ball lost by the defender of fortune (or misfortune, it depends) Thiago Mendes. The cult Loïc Diony is launched in stride and goes to challenge Lopes. The Lyon goalkeeper partly won his duel by stopping the ball and Lukeba did the rest of the job by taking out this hot ball one meter in front of the goal line.

9th : Not phew this mini-opportunity with a center-shot from Gusto falling on a vigilant Bernardoni, but on the spot, we still feel that Tetê (already 4 goals) has good legs (and good dribbling) originally .

8th : This very Le Mans red Angevin jersey from the Tulio De Melo era is amazing, isn’t it?

7th : Note that the Paulo Bernardoni will, without much surprise, be whistled/insulted throughout the match by the bends. Even a loan of a few months in Forez (concluded by a relegation), that is enough to mark the Lyon supporters.

3rd : This is Lyon’s first great opportunity, with Tagliafico triggering a big left shot deflected off the end of the gloves by Bernardoni, following a good combination on a free kick, and above all a magnificent opening from Lukeba. Well, the Argentinian side was flagged offside on the spot, but this action started the Lyon match well.

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6:55 p.m. : We saw during this pre-match some nice little images of discussions between Moussa Dembélé and Gérald Baticle, ex-assistant coach in Lyon therefore, and who could play big this evening as for his personal future, and in the event of a rout at the OL Park.

6:50 p.m. : Side Angevin, we will be honest, we groped more when swinging names in the starting lineup. We readily admit it, for example, we did not imagine Loïs Diony to be a starter in a Ligue 1 match in 2022. Derby’s effect?

6:45 p.m. : And hop, we find you as expected in a stadium as expected hardly filled. Here is the Lyon line-up to start, youhou we had everything good in our forecasts, where the only suspense or almost was on the middle triplet. Little Lepenant is finally breathing a little, and we are therefore entitled to Caqueret-Tolisso, and Faivre in a more advanced role (at La Paqueta), despite his fairly ordinary match on Wednesday.

9:10 a.m. : Here is also our video debrief of Wednesday against Auxerre, where we return for example to this expression of “reference match” a bit exaggerated, and signed by Peter Bosz therefore. Come on, we catch each other without fail at 6:45 p.m., tcho tcho.

9:05 : We obviously weren’t going to leave you a day without subjects to taste before the match. Here is the return article that we wrote after the success against Auxerre (2-1) three days ago. Although tight in the last 10 minutes, this victory nevertheless made Peter Bosz very enthusiastic, which prompted us to wonder about the real reading to be made of OL’s start to the season (4th without being very convincing).

9 a.m.: Hello 20 Minutos, is it emerging quietly on this Saturday morning? No need to drag yourself to the living room to check your TV Z and see what Ligue 1 has in store for you this weekend, we are here with the absolute poster. Oops, we’re doing a bit too much. But all the same, the terrifying Gérald Baticle, who remains on three consecutive defeats with Angers, visits his former club at 7 p.m. this Saturday at Parc OL. Make fun, Lyon supporters, but Bruno Genesio’s former assistant offered his ever masterclass as number 1 coach last summer against Peter Bosz (3-0). If it were to happen again, it would be quite a thunderclap as Lyon have finally gained a bit of consistency at this very quiet start to the season against the “little ones” in our championship. The SCO (19th) is therefore already picking up, while OL (4th) is for the moment where it wants to be in terms of accounting, with 10 points out of 12 possible by optimizing its receptions of badly classified in power (Ajaccio, Troyes, Auxerre and therefore now Angers). Among the main news, we will be entitled to the return of Anthony Lopes, after three games of suspension for having smashed the Ajaccien Mounaïm El-Idrissy from the start of Ligue 1. We will follow all this with you at the end of afternoon

See you at 6:45 p.m. in Décines so that we can experience this Tokoekambico together, friends (we hââââââââte).

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