Olympique Lyon vs Olympique Marseille Live Reddit Score 1/2/2022

Olympique Lyon vs Olympique Marseille Live Reddit Score 1/2/2022

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Olympique Lyon host Marseille at the Groupama Stadium in a Ligue 1 fixture on Tuesday. The game, originally scheduled to take place in round 14 of the French top-division in November, had to be abandoned after Dimitri Payet was hit on the head with a water bottle. The visiting side beat Montpellier 5-4 on penalties after the Coupe de France round of 16 fixture ended 1-1 in regular time on Sunday, extending their unbeaten run across all competitions to nine games.

The hosts have also regained some form and head into the game, having secured two wins in their last two league outings. To avoid a repeat of the chaos that led to the previous game being abandoned and a point docked from Lyon’s tally, this edition of Choc des Olympiques will take place behind closed doors. This will be the 119th meeting between the two sides across all competitions. The game has been closely contested, with Marseille enjoying a narrow 40-36 lead in wins while 42 games have ended in draws.

They last squared off at the Stade Vélodrome in league action in February, with the game ending in a 1-1 draw. Lyon have been the better side in their recent encounters against Les Phocéens, having recorded six wins in their last 10 games. There will be some notable absentees for Les Gones here. Houssem Aouar was ruled out with a thigh injury while Jeff Reine-Adelaide and Lenny Pintor are long-term absentees with ACL injuries.

“Despite firm sanctions by the LFP disciplinary committee so far this season (docked points, matches behind closed doors and stand closures) and work done with government authorities to punish violent individuals more effectively, these latest incidents are a reminder that safety is the responsibility of the home club and authorities who can resume or definitively stop games. The league regrets the local authorities’ decision to resume in these conditions, as was also the case between AS Saint-Etienne and Angers SCO.

“Ligue 1 is currently enjoying renewed appeal on the pitch and the serious nature of these repeat incidents destroy the French league’s international image. The LFP’s disciplinary committee will hold an emergency meeting on Monday after these extremely serious developments.”

The league have since opted to close Lyon’s Groupama Stadium to fans until their investigation into Marseille fan trouble ends. No fans will be allowed to attend the clash with Stade de Reims and the disciplinary commission tasked with establishing OL’s responsibility and whether or not the match gets replayed. This is just the latest in a string of unsavory incidents which have marred an attractive French season. Of note, OGC Nice’s clash with Marseille was abandoned due to similar circumstances, which eventually led to a brawl and the match being replayed at a neutral venue.

Nice were docked one point with another in suspended sentence and Payet himself received a one-game ban while RC Lens against Lille OSC was another high-profile match which suffered crowd disorder as rival fans threw projectiles before storming the pitch.

“The authorities firmly deny the LFP statement,” said the local authorities in response to the LFP. “In no case was the decision taken to resume which was not even our decision to make. The decision was that of the referee with the authorities and club presidents among those present.”

Saint-Etienne against Angers, as mentioned in the LFP release, was also forced to resume after crowd incidents and LFP president Vincent Labrune has since drawn parallels between soccer stadium attendances and current French society while the Players’ Union (UNFP) now intend to take legal action against Payet’s aggressor.

The man in question was handed a six-month suspended prison sentence on Tuesday with a five-year stadium ban also requested against him. Jason Denayer is another injury concern while Damien Da Silva and Tino Kadewere are suspended. Lucas Paqueta and Karl Toko-Ekambi continue to be with the Brazil and Cameroon national teams respectively and remain unavailable.

The Ligue 1 clash between Olympique Lyonnais and Olympique de Marseille at Groupama Stadium was interrupted Sunday when the Marseille player Dimitri Payet was hit by a bottle thrown by the home support. The box-office clash was goalless and just five minutes old when the 34-year-old was struck as he prepared to take a corner. The incident prompted referee Ruddy Buquet to send both teams back to the locker rooms as the game was suspended.

Payet exited the pitch with an ice pack and was deemed unfit to continue the encounter after the decision was initially made to resume over an hour on from the incident with the French league and local authorities at odds over responsibility for the decision before a second decision was taken to not resume.

“The LFP strongly condemns the violent and aggressive act against Dimitri Payet during the OL-OM match,” read a Sunday statement from the French soccer governing body. “Following this cowardly assault, the player was also targeted by discriminatory insults.

Event details:
NAME: Olympique Lyonnais – Olympique de Marseille
DATE: 1 Feb 2022
TIME: 20:00 UTC
VENUE: Groupama Stadium, Lyon, France

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