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After both Paris Saint-Germain and LOSC won this weekend, Lyon came under pressure to beat their local rivals and avoid the growing gap between them and the leaders. Rudi Garcia’s team were ruthless, giving no chance to a Saint-Etienne team decimated by injuries and a Covid-19 outbreak that forced manager Claude Puel to start with six players under the age of 23.
The teenager Aïmen Moueffek might have put Les Verts ahead in the first minute when his shot whistled just wide of Anthony Lopes’ right post, but that game was completely one-sided after that and Lyon didn’t look back after Kadewere kicked off from close range in the 16th minute after a corner from Memphis Depay.
Mattia De Sciglio crashed a shot from the crossbar before Léo Dubois fired a free kick from the right to make Marcelo 2-0 (36).
Puel was able to win over two of his more experienced players in Denis Bouanga and Arnaud Nordin on the restart, and the latter saw a shot at the woodwork at the end of a long push, but all hopes of a setback were sunk quickly destroyed.
Lyon took his third in exactly the same way as his second, with another free kick from Dubois from the right, which was directed by Marcelo into the lower corner just before the hour. It was 4-0 in the middle of the second half when Kadewere scored again, collecting a Depay pass and getting deep past Jessy Moulin. The fifth goal came late when Depou threw Bouanga’s free kick into his own net. It was almost sixth too, and Moulin had to make an excellent save to fend off a Karl Toko-Ekambi goal.
Lyon are back on track during it after last week’s shock loss to FC Metz is a win in 18 games for Saint-Etienne. For the next game, however, there should be even more players on the starting line-up.
The Zimbabwean is a Derby hero for Lyon. Two games against Saint-Etienne since arriving at OL last year from Le Havre and four goals! His brace secured a 2-1 win at Groupama Stadium in November, and he picked up another double here to score nine goals for the season.
Saint-Etienne’s last two goals against in a Ligue -1 game both conceded against Lyon. This 5-0 defeat corresponds to the 5-0 defeat at the same location in November 2017.