Alexandre scored a goal and assist with Lyon!

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Alexandre Lacazette produced a goal and an assist as Lyon defeated promoted Ajaccio 2-1 to begin its French league campaign.

Alexandre, On his return to his old haunts,

Tete, a Brazilian winger,

scored the game’s first goal in the 12th minute after Lacazette set him up.

Tete turned up to be a problem for the Ajaccio defence. In the seventh minute,

he hit a dipping long-range shot that required Benjamin Leroy to make a save.

Tete was fouled by Cedric Avinel,

and Lacazette scored from the penalty spot to double the advantage.

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At the Lyon Youth Academy, he was raised.

He was a member of the first squad from 2010 to 2017 before joining Arsenal for five years

in the English Premier League.

The hosts were into difficulties after Ajaccio attacker Mounaim El Idrissy was collided with carelessly by the hosts’ goalkeeper

Anthony Lopes in the 27th minute. In the 31st,

Thomas Mangani scored on the ensuing penalty to restore one point.

However,

the game abruptly turned tense and violent. Thiago Mendes fouled El Idrissy, resulting in a fight that involved Lacazette and Ajaccio attacker Romain Hamouma.

There is no butchers’ league in the French league.

Ajaccio was reduced to 10 men just before halftime after Hamouma

received a second yellow card for swinging an elbow into Lucas Paqueta’s face.

“We are not yet extremely confident in the ability to win and play easily to the finish.

Riad Nouri’s chip in the 59th minute

was saved by Lyon’s backup goalkeeper Remy Riou,

while El Idrissy’s angled shot in the 60th minute was stopped.

Regarding his team’s mediocre second-half performance,

Lacazette remarked,

“There are still the fears of getting struck on the quick break at the end of the game and losing points.”

“We are not yet extremely confident in the ability to win and play easily to the finish.

” Lyon intends to compete for a European slot under new American owner John Textor after finishing ninth previous season,

the team’s lowest placing since 1997.

Today, on Friday,

Lyon defeated Ajaccio 2-1 in the opening round of French Ligue 1.

Before Alexandre Lacazette scored again from a penalty kick in the 22nd minute,

Tite advanced to Lyon in the 12th minute.

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Thomas Mangani converted a penalty kick in the 31st minute to score the sole goal for Ajaccio.

In the 27th minute of the game, Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopez was sent off for a strong intervention that led to Ajaccio being awarded a penalty kick,

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from which he scored his only goal. Ramian Hamuma of Ajaccio also suffered the same fate,

receiving two warnings before being sent off with a red card in the fourth minute of the game’s allotted time. Rather than wasting time in the second half.

In the first game of the French Ligue 1, Lyon defeated Ajaccio,

a guest team that had just been promoted, 2-1.

Brazilian Tite scored in the 12th minute through Alexandre Lacazette,

who then scored a goal in the game from the penalty spot ten minutes later for Lyon,

who are seeking to improve after completing last season in a disappointing eighth place.

France’s Lyon (Reuters) – In the opening game of the Ligue 1 season on Friday,

Olympique Lyonnais defeated newly promoted Ajaccio 2-1 at home thanks to goals from Brazilian Tite and returning striker Alexandre Lacazette.

Both sides played the first half of the game with 10 men.

Tite’s goal through Lacazette in the 12th minute gave Lyon,

who are expecting to improve after completing last season in a disappointing eighth place, a promising start. Lacazette then doubled the lead with a penalty ten minutes later.

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A fan favourite, Lacazette, left Arsenal for a while and then went back to Lyon.

Anthony Lopez, the goalkeeper for the home team, was dismissed for a violent intervention before the half-hour mark, shocking the crowd.

Thomas Magnani subsequently helped the visitors close the gap from the penalty spot.

In the opening match of the French Premier League on Friday, Lyon’s first football squad defeated Ajaccio 2-1.

Before Alexandre Lacazette scored again from a penalty kick in the 22nd minute, Tite advanced to Lyon in the 12th minute.

Thomas Mangani converted a penalty kick to score the lone goal for Ajaccio in the 31st minute.

Anthony Lopez, the goalkeeper for Lyon, was sent out of the game in the 27th minute after making a strong intervention that led to the penalty kick that was given to Ajaccio, from which he scored his sole goal. Rather than wasting time in the second half.

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