And four! Olympique Lyonnais followed this Sunday, on Matchday 5 of Ligue 1, a fourth game in a row without a win. And in a week, Olympique de Marseille will land at Groupama Stadium.
Since the resumption of the French championship, formations like the Rennais Stadium or theAS Saint-Etienne astonish, and conversely, theOlympic Marseille and theOlympique Lyonnais do not respond present, quite the contrary. The two rivals will have the opportunity to cross swords next Sunday, at Groupama Stadium, at the end of the 6th day Ligue 1, and this opposition could allow either team to switch to the right side.
OL powerless in the face of a regrouped defense
In the meantime, like the Phocaeans, the Rhodaniens dig and trample. Traveling to Moustoir to challenge the FC Lorient this Sunday, the Gones could not do better than a draw (1-1). At least they will have managed to get back to the mark after conceding the opener … “We had the ambition to come here to get the three points, but we couldn’t. We came across a very compact boulder, as very often. We have a hard time facing this kind of team. We have to work on this, it’s something to improve “, has explained Houssem Aouar on C + after the meeting, him celebrating his 100th Ligue 1 game for the occasion.
The crossbar saves Lorient
The midfielder started, he who is always announced on the departure before October 5, and did not really manage to carry OL towards the renewal. Shortly after playing time, Pierre-Yves Hamel had served perfectly as a relay to Yoane Wissa for the first goal of the game (1-0, 63rd). But the Hakes won’t last long, and Leo Dubois equalizes (1-1, 74th). The Lyonnais will touch wood before the final whistle, but the facts are there, relentless: Lyon are not good.
7 points behind Stade Rennais
“The start of the season is not up to what OL have to do. We have 6 points in 5 matches, that’s not enough “, added Houssem Aouar. The Rennais, leaders, or their runners-up from Lille, already have a lead of seven and five respectively in the standings. The game against OM next Sunday, against a team that has bagged two more points since the start of the current year, is already of real importance.
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