In the aftermath of the incidents that punctuated the end of the match between Monaco and Olympique Lyonnais on Sunday evening, Canal + broadcast the sequence of the fight between the two teams.
L’Olympique Lyonnais paid a heavy price for his victory at Monaco. Winners 3-2 to Louis II after a breathtaking scenario, the Lyonnais have indeed seen Jason Denayer go out after only half an hour of injury play then Maxence Caqueret be sent off after a second yellow card shortly after the hour mark, then Marcelo and Mattia De Sciglio receive a red card after the final whistle following the general fight that broke out between players from Lyon and Monaco.
As soon as the match was over, the Gones, Jean-Michel Aulas, had not failed to point the finger at the attitude of the Monegasques, guilty of “aggression” and to exonerate their players. ” I hope we will see the images again. I count on Canal + to deliver them in a small gift package “, Had launched the President of Lyon at the microphone of Canal, at the end of the meeting. But in addition to sending them to the League, which could rule on these incidents as early as Wednesday, the encrypted channel broadcast the sequence during its show The Late Football Club, Monday.
The opportunity to see the players hang on, push each other but without any blow being given a priori. Insults, however, flew. “Look at him asshole, you shit”, thus launched Pietro Pellegri, obviously the most uplifted. His partner Willem Geubbels, also excluded, is not left out. “He’s a sick man. He comes, he takes me as if … “, thus let go of the player trained at OL. Clément Turpin did not hesitate in any case. “Look what we’re going to do”, he warned the players before excluding Marcelo, Mattia De Sciglio and therefore Pietro Pellegri and Willem Geubbels.
What immediately provoke the indignation of the Lyonnais. “Why red? “, asks the Italian defender while his Brazilian friend ensures: ” I did not do anything “. And the tension had not subsided in the hallway leading to the locker rooms. “Okay, it’s Monaco, but that’s enough! “, launched Jean-Michel Aulas to the referee while Maxwell Cornet let burst his joy: “We smoked them!” » But the spirits did not wait for the final whistle to warm up. Another sequence captured by Canal + cameras attests to this. After the winning goal of Rayan Cherki, Bruno Guimaraes did not hesitate to address a middle finger towards the edge of the field or the stands, without knowing the recipient.
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