With eleven close to a potential model team for 65 minutes, Lyon beat Dynamo Kyiv (3-0) on Tuesday evening at Pierre Ragon Stadium in Bourgogne Gallio.
Something to give hope to OL fans. With eleven close to a potential model team for 65 minutes, Lyon beat Dynamo Kyiv (3-0) this Tuesday at Pierre Ragon Stadium in Bourgogne Gallio. On Saturday, OL beat Bourg-en-Bresse (National) 4-2.
It looks like coach Peter Boss has already designed eleven goals to start the tournament with maximum assets so as not to miss the month of August supposedly within OL’s reach with matches against Ajaccio, Lorient, Troyes, Reims and Auxerre.
To face Dinamo, in preparation for the second preliminary round of C1 against Fenerbahce Istanbul (20-27 July), Boss, like on Saturday, went from Corentin Tolisso, suffering from a calf, but also Maxence Caqueret, with an ankle injury.
They were replaced in midfield by Jeff Reine Adelaide and young Johan Lepinant, the off-season rookie from Caen. In defense, in front of goalkeeper Anthony Lopez, Malo Gusto, Thiago Mendes, Lucipa and Henrique, while waiting for the left-back to be recruited, lined up again. The quartet was led by strikers Romain Fever, Karl Toko Ekambi, Brazilian Tite and Alexandre Lacazette.
It was young defender Castillo Lukiba who gave Olympique Lyonnais a decisive advantage at the start of the second half after a corner kick (53). At the end of the match, young Philippe Pouille and Seco Liga made it 3-0 (74, 78) after XI was substituted in the 65th minute to make way for the younger players, who already had a chance to stand out. By completing the first meeting between OL B alternatives and Dynamo.
This first match was won by the Ukrainians with a score of 3-1, promising young Mohammed Al-Aroush after reducing the gap with Lyon after an hour.
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