Against Montpelier (5-2) challenged by some OL supporters at the Groupama Stadium on Saturday, Cameroonian striker Karl Toko Ekambu responded after meeting on social networks.
Big tension between Karl Toko Ekambi and supporters in Lyon. It was difficult for the Cameroonian striker to manage the end of the game, despite OL’s impressive win at the expense of Montpellier (5-2) on Saturday for the 34th day of Ligue 1. After the hour mark the scorer, ex-Angevin, enraged the fans, celebrating his goal with both hands behind his ears and then with a finger on his mouth. An attitude that didn’t exactly please the Goons supporters who picked up the OL striker until the final whistle.
All Leon players behind KTE
In response, KTE thanked the “team” and “true ol’ supporters” in a message posted to the social network. Adamya Singh was also able to count on the support of several partners. Like Maxens Caqueret (“With You My Blood”), Lucas Paqueta, Houssem Auar, Emerson, Tangui Nombele (“Together Like Never”) or Tino Cadavere (“Together Brother”), Goons expressed their support for their partner. Is. Instagram account.
The same solidarity with Olympique Lyonnais’ coach at a news conference on Saturday evening: “I don’t understand it, Peter Bos declared. Fortunately, I wasn’t the only one who didn’t understand, as most of the supporters whistled and Encourage Carl by shouting his name.” Finally Jean-Michel Aulas also shared his understanding of the situation: “I am really saddened to see the reaction of some of these supporters who commented on the president of OL on Prime Video. Carl can avoid this backlash. But you have to put yourself in his place because we have been living a nightmare in Lyon for some time now. The supporters attack the players and create a relationship of tension that becomes unbearable.”