Olympics – Bayern Munich: Lyon are punished by German realism at the break

The Lyonnais, who dominated and had touched the post, suffered the law of realism for a great European. Gnabry’s Bayern Munich leads 2-0.

Again, everything could have been perfect for Olympique Lyonnais in his desire to undermine the dominance of a great European. From the 2nd minute, Memphis Depay went to the offside line and presented himself against Manuel Neuer.

But in his own style of hand guard, the Bavarian goalkeeper did not throw himself in and drove the Dutchman to get out of the way and find the small net. A first miss which, however, puts Lyonnais in confidence in the face of a feverish defense. Without a tackle from Boateng on a cross from Cornet, Karl Toko Ekambi would only have to hit the ball (12th).

An alarm clock during the second half of the year?

The Cameroonians, however, had this opportunity to open the scoring but the former Angers found the post (16th). Too much harvest, we are often picked behind. It was not missing because Serge Gnabry in the continuity of the Lyon post brought the Gones back to their reality. By sending a rocket from the left to Lope’s skylight, the Germans spoke the realism that was specific to the great Europeans (0-1, 17th).

The spinning wing was the best Munich player during this first period and when it is not his talent that speaks, it is luck that enters. On an incredible failure by Lewandowski, Lopes could not catch correctly and allowed the former Gunner to take the break (0-2, 24). The Olympics have nothing to be ashamed of but have seen what they still missed at major meetings.