Ex-Celtic, Dembele Chambers Rangers after OL win

Former Celtic Glasgow player for two seasons (2016-2018) Moussa Dembele expressed his special appreciation for Lyon’s victory over odious Celtic rival Glasgow Rangers (0-2) on Thursday in the Europa League.

A groin injury has prevented Moussa Dembele from being reunited with Scotland. But the striker, who passed Celtic Glasgow two seasons (2016-2018), did not miss the crumbs of Lyon’s victory at Glasgow Rangers (0-2), hated his former club’s neighbor, Thursday in Europe. league. And he celebrated the victory in music on social media after the meeting.

The former International Espoirs released an excerpt from the popular track of 2Pac, the American rap legend, “Changes” with the clip “Some things will never change.” A message greatly appreciated by the supporters of his former club, nostalgia for the time with the trainee player in Paris Saint-Germain in their ranks. In two years, Dembele has not lost a shocker to Rangers. He even hit hard in the first “old company” by scoring a hat-trick in a big win for Celtic (5-1). During the nine shocks he was involved in, Dembele won by seven with two draws.

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The series continued with OL even if he did not participate. In his absence, Karl Toko Ekambi opened the scoring with a superb strike before Islam Slimani, who replaced him at the top, scored the second goal (from Tavernier). Dembele could return this weekend for a shock against PSG.

“The start of the game was not good, we lost a lot of balls, we were not cool with the ball,” said coach Peter Boss, OL coach. Maybe it was normal with the very special vibe, but after the first goal. I think we played well. We couldn’t score before the break, but we must also say that Anthony (Lopez) saved us with a great chance. In the second half, we played well, we were calm, we changed one side of the ball and scored a second goal. It is true that things are getting better and better, but to play better than that, you have to play this way for 90 minutes. But in the second half we played really well, really.”

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