OL RC Strasbourg for the 5th day of Ligue 1, at Parc Olympique Lyonnais.

Bosz's men won the confrontation 3 to 1. Bosz opted for a balanced 4-2-3-1 for his Lyon squad, with Dembélé in the lead.

Stéphan chose a defensive 5-3-2.

The Strasbourgers found themselves quickly led, from the 8th minute of the first half.

It was on a pass from Bruno Guimarães that Dembélé found the fault.

At the break, the two teams parted momentarily with a score of 1-0.

Then, the Lyonnais increased the gap on the scoreboard in the 64th, thanks to Denayer.

In the 87th, Paqueta found the loophole and scored against RCS.

Finally, by scoring in the 97th, in complementary time, Diallo saved the honor of his club.

Diomande and Boateng have received a warning.

OL's victory in this last match won them 3 places, allowing them to overtake Clermont Foot.

The club is now provisionally in 6th position.

The defeat of RC Strasbourg causes the club to lose 3 places, the Strasbourg players therefore temporarily fall to 16th place.

OL and RC Strasbourg: the next matches

OL will play against PSG at Parc des Princes on September 19 at 8:45 p.m. for the next day.

Metz will face RC Strasbourg on September 17 at 9 p.m., at the Meinau stadium.

Find, at the end of the matches, the evolution of the classification of Ligue 1, or the results of Ligue 1 and news of Ligue 1.

Amazon's streaming service, Prime Video Ligue 1/2, broadcasts Ligue 1 matches.

The match in brief: line-ups, goals and refereeing

OL - RC Strasbourg: 3-1 (1-0 at half-time)

In Lyon (Parc Olympique Lyonnais), on September 12, kick-off at 8:45 p.m.

RC Strasbourg trainer: Julien Stéphan

Composition of RC Strasbourg: Matz Sels (1), Alexander Djiku (24), Maxime Le Marchand (23), Anthony Caci (19) [then Dimitri Liénard in the 45th], Lucas Perrin (5) [then Gerzino Nyamsi in the 77th ], Frederic Guilbert (2), Jean-Ricner Bellegarde (17), Sanjin Prcic (14) [then Jean-Eudes Aholou in the 64th], Adrien Thomasson (10), Ludovic Ajorque (25), Kevin Gameiro (9) [ then Abdul Majeed Waris in the 77th]

OL coach: Peter Bosz

OL composition: Anthony Lopes (1), Malo Gusto (17), Jason Denayer (5), Emerson Palmieri Dos Santos (3), Sinaly Diomande (2) [then Jérôme Boateng in the 60th], Bruno Guimarães Rodriguez Moura (39), Xherdan Shaqiri (29) [then Lucas Paqueta in the 74th], Thiago Mendes (23) [then Maxence Caqueret in the 61st], Houssem Aouar (8), Moussa Dembélé (9), Karl Toko Ekambi (7) [then Mathis Rayan Cherki in the 74th]

Goals: Dembélé (8th sp), Denayer (64th), Paqueta (87th), Diallo (97th)

Warnings: Diomande (28th), Boateng (84th) for OL

No player sent off

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