Excellent Sunday evening in the Cauldron, like the evening double-scorers Marcelo and Tino Kadewere, Maxence Caqueret (center) was able to savor another success in the derby.



  • OL made short work of their neighbor from Saint-Etienne on Sunday night during the derby (0-5).

  • Current third in Ligue 1, Lyon clings to the PSG-Losc tandem, possibly aiming for better within four months.

  • This clear success in a derby, marked by the impressive gathering of supporters that very morning around the Parc OL, is savored by the players.

At the Geoffroy-Guichard stadium,

“Ah yes, it's true that he scored.

“No doubt involuntarily, Rudi Garcia went there from his funny room, all smiles, Sunday evening after flying over the derby in Saint-Etienne (0-5).

In mode there was such an avalanche of goals in the Cauldron that the Lyon coach must have thought about it before remembering that Tino Kadewere, double scorer in the first leg, had scored the fourth goal.

In truth, the former Le Havre striker even offered a new double against the Greens, as on the way, no offense to the memory of coach Rudi.

This time without a mystical prediction before the match, but with formidable efficiency against Jessy Moulin.

(16th, 68th).

"It was magnificent, we are very happy to have entered the history of the derby", relishes the 25-year-old Zimbabwean.

Because after… 64 years of Saint-Etienne domination in the history of direct confrontations between the two enemy neighbors, OL has just taken the advantage (45 wins against 44).

"Our most complete game this season"

And so much to do thanks to a


equaling the biggest beating of Lyonnais in the Forez, the famous 0-5 of November 2017 concluded with Nabil Fekir proudly waving his jersey.

There was no lack of pride in the words of Rudi Garcia after “this almost perfect evening”: “It is our most complete match this season.

We suffocated them a little on the physical level and we were very good at collective mastery ”.

Gathered a few minutes earlier on the lawn for a souvenir photo, with many signs 69 (Rhône department number) made, the players also savored this slap inflicted on a diminished ASSE and out of the shot (16th).

Kadewere has never played in front of Lyon supporters

“This victory will stay in my memory forever, lights up Maxence Caqueret, shining in a heart of the game yet deprived of Lucas Paqueta and Houssem Aouar.

We mastered this match really well, we were above it all the time.

“And this especially on set pieces, with the right paw really inspired by Memphis Depay and Léo Dubois, at the origin of four of the five goals on free kicks and corners.

“Boosted” by their supporters, the same morning in Décines, when the club bus had to cut through a crowd of more than 2,000 people, the Lyonnais even had the feeling of tasting football from before.

"It's hard with the Covid-19, we don't play with the public," says Tino Kadewere.

I have never played in front of Lyon supporters before.

Strangely, the king of the derby in 2020-21 should be warmly welcomed by the corners.


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