Ol-Bordeaux: Lyonnais reacts by sticking to a beating to the Girondins, close to the descent

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After three days of disappointment against West Ham in the Europa League, Lyon found a (slightly) smile on this Sunday in Ligue 1 winning against Bordeaux in a heavy climate (6-1). Les Goons move back to 8th place and maintain little hope of being European at the end of the season. For the Girondins, relaxation is hard.

Half forgiven loss. 72 hours after a slap against West Ham in the Europa League (0-3), OL returned to the league this Sunday by sweeping Bordeaux at a very quiet Groupama Stadium (6-1). Deprived of his ultras, who boycotted the meeting on the 32nd day of Ligue 1, Goons penalized the Girondins in fourteen minutes, in stopwatch, to further weaken the position of the Bordeaux people, 19th in the championship.

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For his 100th appearance in the Lyon jersey, Moussa Dembele completely converted the first chance of the match into a cross from Malo Gusto (1–0, 20th). Maximum success for OL and their striker, deprived of several players before kick-off. If the meeting is far from exciting, Gaten Poussin takes care of debunking the mystery over a major mistake. The Bordeaux goalkeeper completely misses his clearance and provides Lyon’s second goal to Karl Toko Ekambi (2-0, 27th).

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Misfortune never comes alone, Poussin misses the exit on third and Lucas Paqueta takes advantage of a big blunder to make the hole (3-0, 34th). Unlike Thursday, OL managed to take a realistic (4 shots on target) to take the lead at the break.

77 goals scored, worst defense in Europe

Returning from the locker room it took only ten seconds for the Girondins’ test to be confirmed, when Romain Favre sent a shot from the right on a serve from Dembele to bring it to 4–0 (46th). Despite the magnitude of the score, Lyon continued to attack. If Henrik found the position fast, Toko Ekambi signed his double with a subtle stung ball (5–0, 68th), minutes after a goal was denied to Dembele.

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Despite scorer Seko Mara’s fine entry on penalties at the end of the game (5–1, 85th), Bordeaux left the Gruppama Stadium with a new suitcase and remains the worst defense in Europe (77 goals conceded). , sixth and final goal in extra time for Dembele (6-1, 90th + 2). Championship 19th-place David Gione’s men now have an appointment with Saint-tienne for a match of fear on Wednesday. For their part, OL are taking care of their goal difference and are back in 8th place, seven points off the podium, before starting a final stretch that seems economical (Brest, Montpellier, OM, Metz, Nantes, Clermont).

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