Tino Kadewere is congratulated by the entire Lyon workforce for his decisive entry into play.
JEAN-PHILIPPE KSIAZEK -
Mistreated in the first period, OL even gave up on a center from Denis Bouanga propelled in his goals by Denis Bouanga (0-1, 40th), this Sunday during the derby.
The entry into play of Tino Kadewere changed everything after the break, the former Le Havre scorer offering himself a decisive double (65th and 74th).
Not unhappy at all, especially on the penalty harvested by Denis Bouanga (88th), OL climbed to fifth place in L1.
At Parc OL,
At Parc OL,
The derby is indeed a game apart.
It was necessary to see a ASSE (15th) with cataclysmic dynamics glimpse during most of the match a small feat at Parc OL, before giving in against disappointing Lyonnais (0-1 at the break then 2-1), everything the same fifth in L1 thanks to this success.
An OL so long upside down
At the height of the shock in Lille (1-1) a week earlier, Rudi Garcia's OL fell back into their shortcomings against all expectations this Sunday.
There were certainly two goals refused for offside to a Moussa Dembélé in Alvaro Morata mode (11th, 31st).
But Rudi Garcia's team got caught in the throat by their neighbor from Saint-Etienne in the first period.
And when OL finally entered their match, they found a way to get trapped like last week, with a wasted duel, this time by Houssem Aouar (who came out injured in the second period) and not Karl Toko Ekambi.
In the process, Denis Bouanga causes a ball and a goal against his camp Anthony Lopes (0-1, 40th).
There is still life in Sainté
After five consecutive defeats, including two disastrous last games (in Metz and against Montpellier) without the slightest shot on target, the Greens have regained their colors thanks to the derby.
Like Yvan Neyou, omnipresent in the middle, and Denis Bouanga finally tenured and cutting ahead, ASSE showed a pretty face.
Conquerors and without complex, the Stéphanois in particular stumbled three times on an Anthony Lopes on these more inspired shots (11th, 13th, 77th).
THE DERBY IS 🔴🔵
Led at the break, #teamOL overturned the match thanks to a double from Tino Kadewere 🔥🔥 #OLASSE 2-1 pic.twitter.com/zS9kjln6ow
- Olympique Lyonnais (@OL) November 8, 2020
Tino Kadewere, unexpected hero
“I dreamed of scoring two goals in the derby”, confided Tino Kadewere during the week to Téléfoot.
Although a substitute this Sunday, the Zimbabwean striker managed this huge performance for his first derby, all in less than ten minutes.
For the big odds to be complete, the double of the former top scorer in Ligue 2 with the HAC was twice initiated by Maxwel Cornet, with the key to a clever heel (1-1, 65th) and a especially happy finish by tackling (2-1, 74th).
An off-target penalty from Denis Bouanga (88th) later and OL got out of this unsuspected trap.
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