OL Montpellier for the 34th day of Ligue 1, at Parc Olympique Lyonnais.
Victory 5 to 2: the contract is fulfilled for OL.
Aouar made a big match against his opponent by achieving a double.
Bosz's usual Lyon 4-3-3 started the match against his opponent's balanced 4-2-3-1 squad, with Germain leading the way.
The Lyonnais took control in this meeting by opening the score in the 27th, on penalty, thanks to Dembélé.
Then, with Thiago Mendes' goal in the 43rd minute, Bosz's men continued their march forward.
Wahi gave hope to the MHSC thanks to his goal scored in the 47th.
Immediately after, Savanier scored in the 48th minute and tied the two teams.
At the break, the two teams parted momentarily with the score of 2-2.
With Aouar's goal, Les Gones regained the lead in the 64th minute.
Then, Toko Ekambi managed to deceive the goalkeeper, scoring the sixth goal of the game.
Crowning the success of his team, Aouar scored the seventh goal in the 93rd, in extra time.
Gusto, Oyongo, Boateng and Cozza received yellow cards.
Following this match, OL retained their 8th position, ahead of LOSC.
Montpellier remains in 11th position, ahead of FC Nantes.
OL and Montpellier: the next matches
OL will play against OM at the Orange Vélodrome on May 1 at 8:45 p.m. for the next day.
Metz will face Montpellier the same day at 3 p.m., at the Mosson stadium.
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The match sheet: line-ups, goals and refereeing
OL - Montpellier: 5-2 (2-2 at half-time)
In Lyon (Parc Olympique Lyonnais), April 23, kick-off at 5 p.m.
Montpellier coach: Olivier Dall'Oglio
Composition of Montpellier: Jonas Omlin (1), Nicolas Cozza (31), Ambroise Oyongo (8) [then Maxime Esteve in 76th], Mamadou Sakho (3), Arnaud Souquet (2) [then Nicholas Gioacchini in 85th], Rémy Cabella (22) [then Florent Mollet at 75th], Joris Chotard (13) [then Leo Leroy at 75th], Jordan Ferri (12), Téji Savanier (11), Elye Wahi (21), Valère Germain (9 ) [then Stephy Alvaro Mavididi at the 66th]
OL coach: Peter Bosz
OL composition: Julian Pollersbeck (30), Damien Da Silva (21) [then Jérôme Boateng in 36th], Malo Gusto (17), Henrique Silva Milagres (12), Castello Lukeba (4), Thiago Mendes (23 ), Lucas Paqueta (10) [then Jeff Reine-Adélaïde in 85th], Houssem Aouar (8), Mateus Cardoso Lemos Martins (20) [then Bradley Barcola in 65th], Moussa Dembélé (9), Karl Toko Ekambi ( 7)
Goals: Dembélé (27th sp), Thiago Mendes (43rd), Wahi (47th), Savanier (48th), Aouar (64th), Toko Ekambi (68th), Aouar (93rd)
Warnings: Boateng (75th), Gusto (89th) for OL, Oyongo (29th), Cozza (42nd) for Montpellier
No players expelled
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