On Saturday evening, Olympique Lyonnais will face Manchester City in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in Lisbon. Faced with this new European cador, Rudi Garcia's men will have to seize their chance. The OL supporters that Europe 1 met in Portugal oscillate between hope and fear of humiliation. 


Will Olympique Lyonnais join PSG in the semi-finals of the Champions League? OL will face the English Manchester City this Saturday in the quarter-final of the prestigious European competition. After having achieved the feat of eliminating Juventus Turin from Cristiano Ronaldo, it is a new European heavyweight that Rudi Garcia's men will have to face. A surprise guest in these quarter-finals, OL intend to seize their chance and take advantage of the moment, just like their supporters. 

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Between hope and fear

Coffee in hand below the Alvalade stadium, the venue that will host the match, Rémi is one of the few Lyon supporters to have made the trip to Lisbon. This quarter-final, the fifth in club history, gives rise to as many fears as it does hope. "The fear of being spanked like the last time like the last time against Barça," he says, while wishing to believe it. "It's on a match, there are no supporters, it's in Lisbon… There is a way!"

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Morgan has lived in Lisbon for four years, but has always supported Olympique Lyonnais. And to see his team of hearts participate in the "Final eight" is already a victory in itself. "Who could have predicted in October that OL would be in the quarter-finals of the Champions League? It's a bonus, you have to give your all. You have to be very solid defensively, make an impact and go quickly in front. I think this is our chance. "