Lyon’s good run came to an end at the Du Moustoir stadium in Lorient, where it suffered its first defeat of the season (3-1) and lost the chance to share the lead in the Ligue 1 standings with PSG and Marseille.
Dutchman Peter Bosz’s team go into the postponed match on the second day of the competition with four wins and one draw in their first five matches. An impeccable start was cut short against an opponent who started at a great level.
Regis Le Bris’ Lorient, who have lost just once so far, against Lens, handcuffed the visitors from the start. He took the lead after six minutes with a goal from Enzo Le Fee.
Lyon leveled after half an hour, thanks to Alexander Lacazette after receiving the ball from Tete, but four minutes later Lorient regained control through Nigerian Teremas Moffi after a pass from Burkinabe Dango Outtara .
Contrary to the expectations of Bosz’s squad, Lorient took advantage of their rival’s mismatch to extend their lead. It was Outtara’s goal from Gadeon Kalulu’s pass.
Lorient’s victory is not in danger, he equals Lyon in the table, with thirteen points, in fourth place, one from Lens, third and three from PSG and Marseille.
Source: La Verdad
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