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Lyon is Dijon: PSG in extremis down after two wereldgoals of Lyon

At PSG, everyone is standing with both feet on the ground after the dominant 8-0 bekerwinst against Dijon last Wednesday. The proud match organiser went Sunday night with 2-1 down in the field of Olympique Lyon, the number two in the state. Memphis Depay gave Lyon the lead in the 94th minute, PSG had more than a half-hour with ten men after a red card for Dani Alves.

After only two minutes was the 1-0 on the board after a free-kick from Nabil Fekir. It took a long time for PSG to obtain was that optater, but deep into the extra time of the first half made Layvin Kurzawa to the equalizer with an extreme bang. After 57 minutes made Dani Alves the mission of the visitors, however, much more difficult after a stupid red card. Alves took Tanguy Ndombèlé back down. Referee Turpin initially seemed yellow to draw, but pulled the red top when the Brazilian nose-to-nose came to stand with him. PSG seemed with a dot to go home to pull, but Depay has decided in the absolute slot differently: it was 2-1.

PSG remains firmly on top in the Ligue 1 with 56 points, but see first pursuer Lyon, however, approaching to 8 points. The goals from Fekir and Kurzawa here:

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