The 36th day of Ligue 1 saw Metz and OL oppose the Saint-Symphorien stadium.

Metz took the win with a score of 3-2. Dembélé was in good form today.

He finished the match with a double.

To counter Bosz's usual 4-3-3, Antonetti lined up his Messi squad in a defensive 5-3-2, with Lamkel Ze and Préville in attack.

Pajot scored the first goal of the match in the 27th minute, on a serve from Lacroix, and gave Metz the lead.

Then, with the goal of Lamkel Ze in the 40th, on a pass from Sarr, the Garnets consolidated their lead.

In the aftermath, with a goal from Dembélé in the 43rd on a serve from Tetê, the Lyonnais came back to score.

It was with a score of 2-1 that the players returned to their respective locker rooms at halftime.

In good shape, the French player scored again in the 84th, putting the counters back to zero.

Finally, in the 91st minute, in extra time, the match definitely tipped in favor of Metz, thanks to a goal from Boulaya.

Many fouls were called during this match.

Niakaté received a yellow card, as did Traore, Dubois, Préville and Ndombélé.

Thiago Mendes received a red card in the 68th minute.

Metz's victory in this last match earns them a place, allowing them to overtake Bordeaux.

The club is now in 19th position.

Following this match, OL retained their 7th position, ahead of RC Lens.

 Metz and OL: the next matches 

Metz will play against Angers SCO at the Saint-Symphorien stadium on May 14 at 9 p.m.

FC Nantes will face OL the same day on the same evening, at Parc Olympique Lyonnais.

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


Metz - OL: 3-2 (2-1 at halftime)

In Metz (Saint-Symphorien stadium), May 8, kick-off at 1 p.m.

OL coach: Peter Bosz

Composition of OL: Anthony Lopes (1), Jérôme Boateng (27) [then Tanguy Ndombélé in 46th], Malo Gusto (17) [then Léo Dubois in 46th], Castello Lukeba (4), Emerson Palmieri Dos Santos (3), Thiago Mendes (23), Lucas Paqueta (10) [then Jeff Reine-Adélaïde in the 46th], Houssem Aouar (8) [then Romain Faivre in the 46th], Mateus Cardoso Lemos Martins (20), Moussa Dembélé (9), Karl Toko Ekambi (7)

Metz coach: Frédéric Antonetti

Composition of Metz: Marc-Aurèle Caillard (30), Lenny Lacroix (29) [then Dylan Bronn in the 66th], William Mikelbrencis (25) [then Jean-Armel Kana-Biyik in the 66th], Boubakar Kouyaté (23), Thomas Delaine (17) [then Papa Ndiaga Yade in the 46th], Sikou Niakaté (4), Pape Matar Sarr (15) [then Kévin N'Doram in the 51st], Vincent Pajot (14), Boubacar Traore (8), Didier Lamkel Ze (22), Nicolas de Préville (9) 

Goals: Pajot (27th), Lamkel Ze (40th), Dembélé (43rd), Dembélé (84th), Boulaya (91st)

Warnings: Niakaté (70th), Traore (74th), Préville (88th) for Metz, Ndombélé (86th), Dubois (93rd) for OL

Expelled players: Thiago Mendes (68th) for OL

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