OL – ASM. Olympique Lyonnais has a small head start, in this Lyon – Monaco, this Saturday, October 16, 2021. The match really started in the 75th minute of play, with a first achievement for the Lyonnais. Follow the results of the Ligue 1 shock live with us from Groupama Stadium!
This is one of the last free-kick opportunities for Olympique Lyonnais, as we play the 88th minute of play in this Lyon-Monaco. The perfect time to take a break at the end of the meeting.
An AS Monaco player is trapped offside and allows the opposing team to move forward. We are playing the 87th minute of the game in this game.
10:40 p.m. – Free kick for Olympique Lyonnais
Olympique Lyonnais wins a free kick in this 2nd half, which will be fired in a few moments. As they lead, the Lyonnais seem to have managed more fouls at this stage, having had 8 free kicks against 7 free kicks to their benefit as we reach the 84th minute of play at Groupama Stadium.
Amaury Delerue signals a change: Eliot Matazo leaves the playing area while Felix Lemarechal makes his appearance for AS Monaco.
Jean Lucas gives way to Ismail Jakobs in the 82nd minute of play in this match.
Olympique Lyonnais’ attempt narrowly failed as we reached the 81st minute of the game.
AS Monaco thinks they can find the opening but this shot, which nevertheless took the path of the frame, was not crowned with success.
Amaury Delerue signals a kick in favor of AS Monaco. Led to the score (1-0) in this second period, the visitors will try to put pressure on Olympique Lyonnais by bringing size into the penalty area.
Amaury Delerue signals a free kick for the benefit of AS Monaco. The results of these free kicks: 6 for Olympique Lyonnais and 8 for AS Monaco. The score is still 1 – 0. We are in the 80th minute of play.
The game director, Amaury Delerue, sends a warning to Maxence Caqueret, the Olympique Lyonnais player.
The referee whistles a free kick in favor of AS Monaco. The statistics concerning these free kicks: 6 for Olympique Lyonnais and 7 for AS Monaco. The score is still 1 – 0. We come to the 77th minute of play.
The referee, Amaury Delerue, sends a warning to Jean Lucas, the AS Monaco player.
Olympique Lyonnais benefits from a free kick in the opposing half of the field which could allow them to develop a new offensive and to make a break in this second half. A particularly interesting opportunity as we are in the 76th minute of this match.
Olympique Lyonnais gets a nice opportunity to change the scoreboard while the two teams are at the 75th minute in this second half.
And that’s the corn! Olympique Lyonnais gleans a but on this penalty from Karl Toko Ekambi. Here we are at 1-0 at Groupama Stadium!
The referee, Amaury Delerue, sends a warning to Axel Disasi, the AS Monaco player.
Olympique Lyonnais won a penalty following a foul committed by Axel Disasi in the 72nd minute of play in this game at Groupama Stadium. The score could soon change on the side of Groupama Stadium.
The referee whistles a free kick for the benefit of AS Monaco. The results of these free kicks: 5 for Olympique Lyonnais and 6 for AS Monaco. The score is still 0 – 0. We reach the 71st minute of play.
Amaury Delerue signals a change: Kevin Volland leaves the playing area while Myron Boadu makes his appearance for AS Monaco.
Olympique Lyonnais tries to find the loophole but the attempt lacks precision to worry the opposing defense.
AS Monaco created the danger but the opposing goalkeeper managed to ward off the threat on this shot as we reached the 70th minute of the game.
Olympique Lyonnais thinks they can find the opening but this shot, which nevertheless took the path of the frame, did not hit the mark.
AS Monaco’s attempt narrowly failed as we reached the 69th minute of the game.
Olympique Lyonnais thinks they have found the opening, but this strike which nevertheless took the path of the frame does not deceive the opposing goalkeeper.
Xherdan Shaqiri is replaced by Tino Kadewere in the 67th minute of play in this game.