Lyon, a defeat that hurts


By: Manu Tournoux

According to Pierre Sage, the heavy setback conceded against RC Lens is difficult to digest. Even if it should not make us forget the great series of Les Gones.

Intractable in February, Olympique Lyonnais got off to a bad start in March. Hosting RC Lens at Groupama Stadium, OL lost heavily (3-0). However, Pierre Sage, the Rhone coach, did not want to fall into catastrophism.

“Our story is not played out in one match. We have the impression that we have lost everything, even though we are still on a good run, even if this defeat in front of our audience hurts,” he confided to Prime Video, adding: “I’m not stunned, but disappointed, because we lost 3-0 in a match where we should have led. »

And for the former Red Star, OL were not helped by the events of the match. “The match has several turning points because we attack well. If we score on our highlight, the game takes a different turn. Lens scores in his own, we try to come back with other intentions but we take the penalty,” he wanted to emphasize.

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