VIDEO. Ligue 1: Monaco – Lyon (2-3), a spectacular game and a general fight

The essentials The 35th day of Ligue 1 ended in the Louis II Stadium with a number of goals. Lyon achieved a great performance with their victory in Monaco. But at the final whistle, the players got blows.

Lyon didn’t say their last word and still want to qualify for the next Champions League. On this Sunday evening, May 2nd, at the end of the 35th day of Ligue 1, the Rhone showed an important performance by winning 3-2 against Monegasques in recent weeks with complete success. OL is 4th overall, just 1 point behind the Monegasques, 3rd.

The Monegasque Volland opened the scoring in the first period (25), Depay answered him in the 57th, the end of the meeting was then full of adrenaline. 3 goals in the last quarter of an hour: Marcelo (77) gave Lyon the advantage, then Ben Yedder (86) connected the two teams – very temporarily – before Cherki (89) finally sealed the result of the game for orienteering players.

At the final whistle, the situation escalated a bit and there was a general brawl.

The meeting’s referee, Clément Turpin, dealt four red cards during these brawls (five in total, the Lyonnais Maxence Caqueret had been disfellowshipped during the meeting).

At the end of the meeting, President Jean-Michel Aulas denounced “attacks” on certain Monegasque players on the microphone of Canal + (see video below, from 2’40).

For his part, Rhône coach Rudi Garcia estimated at a press conference that “the provocation [venait] of Monaco “.

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