At the end of a thrilling match, RC Lens won the match. against OL (3-2), who showed a much better face despite the defeat, this Saturday at on the occasion of the 14th day of Ligue 1. Discover the summary of the meeting.
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After the heavy defeat suffered on Arsenal's pitch in the Champions League on Wednesday (6-0), the RC Lens players wanted to bounce back against the opposition. Olympique Lyonnais this Saturday during the 14th day of Ligue 1. Last in Ligue 1, OL presented themselves at the Bollaert-Delelis stadium with a new coach on the bench, Pierre Sage. And the least we can say is that despite this. defeat at the end of a stunning match, the Lyonnais showed their strength. perhaps their best face since the start of the season. First it was Jake O'Brien who made Lyon's interesting start to the match (0-1, 15th), taking over Danso from a corner. But the Irish defender annihilates this advantage by making a mistake which allows Wesley Saïd equalizes (1-1, 27th).
Returning from the locker room, Alvero conceded a penalty in favor of Lens after a slight foul on Saïd. A converted penalty without trembling by Frankowski, entered; in play half-time (2-1, 52nd). This does not mean that OL gives up and Samba is forced to return. to intervene in front of Samba (59th and 71st). Just like Lopes in front of Medina and Danso (65th). The Lyonnais equalize once again thanks to Jake O'Brien, who extends a header from El Aynaoui into the goal (2-2, 72nd). A short-term advantage since Frankowski allows Lens took the lead again with a nice volley (3-2, 74th). Despite one last opportunity from Tagliafico (81st) and the expulsion of Sotoca (90th), Lyon will not succeed in winning. return to this meeting. But OL players can be happy with their overall performance, even if it has no impact on the accounting level. For its part, Lens, without being convincing, puts the defeat behind them. Arsenal and temporarily goes back to sixth place.
19:07 – Lyon-O'Brien: "I'm really disappointed"
Goalscorer twice in this match Lens despite the defeat (3-2), Jake O'Brien was despite the defeat (3-2). very disappointed with the Lyon defeat: "It's very disappointing," he admitted at the microphone of Prime Video. We made a lot of effort, we created ourselves lots of opportunities. We made some mistakes and it cost us. the game. It's small things, like my mistake, but we're going to go back, work and see what happens on Wednesday. Of course I score two goals but I'm disappointed because I made a mistake which gives a goal to the score. the opponent. I'm really disappointed for us and for the supporters."
19:02 – Lens-Gradit: "We are capable of doing much better"
RC Lens defender Jonathan Gradit stopped at the microphone of Prime Video just after the final whistle, this Saturday at Bollaert after Lens' success against Lyon (3-2): "I am satisfied… half, because our content is not very good but obviously after a setback like this. Arsenal (6-0, editor’s note), we had to; heart to take the three points face to face; Lyon. It's a thing but we're not satisfied because we are capable of doing much better, he assured. There was some technical waste, but we have to keep the positive after a setback like that which hurt us a lot. the head. We had to “We're ready to bounce back because we are competitors and we haven't responded in the Champions League."
Mr. Turpin whistles the end of the match between RC Lens and OL (3-2)! The Lensois prevailed in pain against the opposition. Lyonnais more lively than in recent weeks, thanks to goals from Saïd (26th) and Frankowski (52nd, from the penalty spot, and 74th). Jake O'Brien equalized à twice for Lyon (15th and 72nd).
18:53 – The Lyonnais push
The Olympique Lyonnais players push in this additional time to equalize to Bollaert. The Lensois are all grouped together in their camp!
For a nasty sole on Tagliafico's ankle, Florian Sotoca is excluded by Mr. Turpin at the start of this additional time. Lens will finish at ten against eleven and that will allow OL to push to equalize!
18:49 – Five minutes of added time
Mr. Turpin allows five minutes of added time in this second period between Lens and Lyon, while the Lensois still lead 3 goals to go. 2.
18:48 – Lyon: Kumbedi makes its entrance
OL coach Pierre Sage makes a decision one last change in this match. Kumbedi replaces Mata in the side. right of the Lyon defense.
18:46 – Lens: Mendy comes into play
Franck Haise makes one last change at the end of the match. Neil El Aynaoui is replaced; by Nampalys Mendy and Andy Diouf, one of the summer recruits, once again remains on the bench.
18:45 – Lyon: Nuamah and Lovren come out
OL coach Pierre Sage performs at new two changes. Nuamah and Lovren, affected; physically, are replaced respectively by Baldé and Caleta-Car.
18:42 – The Lyonnais push
The OL players try to make the decision at the end of the match after this opportunity on the Lensois goal. Two consecutive corners put pressure on the northern defense, without success, but they remain in the half. of opposing ground.
What a save from Samba again! On a nice slip from Lacazette, Tagliafico manages to win. control at the penalty spot before hitting off balance. Samba deflects a first time before finally pushing back for a corner.
18:38 – Lens: Haïdara comes into play
Franck Haise decides to make a fourth change in this match. Aguilar is replaced; by Haïdara, who will take the left wing and allow Frankowski to find his right wing. Even if, with two goals scored, he didn't do too badly in the game. à left…
18:37 – Sage encourages his players
Despite This new goal conceded, the OL players did not give up in this meeting and Pierre Sage encouraged his team from the edge of the pitch. Bollaert! While OL had just equalized, RC Lens regained the advantage thanks to Frankowski, author of a beautiful volley deflected into his goal by Lovren. It was framed and that should go to the Polish side, which allows the Lensois to lead 3-2, at the end of the match. a quarter of an hour from the end of the match.
L'OL returns to this meeting thanks once again to Jake O'Brien! The Irish defender deflects the ball with his foot into the back of the net, to the right. following a deflected corner; towards his goal by El Aynaoui. 2-2 between Lens and Lyon!
18:28 – Sotoca stunned
Florian Sotoca is affected; in the air during a duel with Paul Akouokou and struggles to win. get over it. He goes out to get treatment for a few moments on the edge of the pitch before coming back into play.
RC Lens comes very close to making the break! On a messed up free kick; by the Lyon defense, Machado takes a volley but Lopes acrobatically deflects by returning the ball to Danso, whose shot goes over… OL escaped. narrowly to the third goal!
18:23 – Lens: Haise also makes two changes
Franck Haise also makes two changes at once; Thomasson and Guilavogui respectively replace Pereira Da Costa and Saïd, scorer this evening.
18:22 – Lyon: Sage makes two changes at once
On the side of OL, coach Pierre Sage decides to make two changes at the same time. Akouokou and Kadewere replace Alvero and Moreira respectively.
18:18 – Moreira falls on Samba
Perfectly found; in the area at the second post by Caqueret, Diego Moreira volleys but misses his move a little and cannot put in the power. Brice Samba lays down well on this ball!
18:15 – Good reaction from OL
Despite This twist of fate, the Lyonnais are not giving up for the moment while there are still 35 minutes to go. play Bollaert. This is a change from certain matches this season and it is encouraging for OL.
RC Lens regains the advantage in this match against Lyon. Lyon! Entered in play the break, Frankowski does not tremble in the face of; Lopes and strikes with full force on the axis. 2-1 for Lens after 52 minutes of play in this match.
18:10 – Penalty for Lens!
Penalty whistled in favor of RC Lens! Mr. Turpin points to the penalty spot after a slight contact between Alvero and Pereira Da Costa, from the first minutes of this second period.
18:06 – Lens: Frankowski replaces Machado
Franck Haise has decided to to make a change at halftime. Frankowski replaces Machado on the left flank of the Lensois 3-4-3, he who usually plays out wide. right.