The women of the OL should be crowned champions of France on May 28 at the Paris Saint-Germain den, or at the latest on June 4 when they welcome Essie. They maintained their five-point lead two days before the end with a victory on Sunday at Groupama Stadium in front of more than 5,000 Paris FC spectators, third in the standings. 2-0 victorious, OL was not shaken at this meeting.
Lyonnais set the pace from the start of the match. But the technical errors were too many for them to embody this dominance. However, there was no need for the OL to register quickly. Parisian goalkeeper Nnadouzi made a double save from Hegerberg and then Houran (22), before her defense took control of Hergerberg, who had just erased her (39th place).
However, the Norwegian player appeared just before the break, on a pass from Henry’s head after the first cross from Cascarino (1-0, 45th place).
The second half was also in favor of Leones, with chances for Macario (topped the shot 49), Henry (headed from 55). It was Delphine Cascarino who took a break with a cross after 1-2 with Macario (2-0, 61).
Despite some Parisian chances at the end of the match, OL maintained his success. And almost his title.
At Groupama Stadium: OL – Paris FC 2-0 (1-0). Referee: Safina Albor. 5,195 spectators. Targets: Hegerberg (45th place), Carcarino (61st place) for OL. Warning: Greboval (56th position) in the PFC.
OL : Endler – Carpenter, Mbok, Renard, Pasha (Morroni 84e) – Henry (Malard 69e), Damaris (Gunnarsdottir 78e), Horan – Cascarino (Cayman 78e), Hegerberg, Macario
Paris FC : Nnadozie – Soyer, Butel, Greboval, Aigbogun (Laplacette 78) – Corboz (Jean François 72nd), Vaysse (Ould Hocine 88th) – Mateo, Thiney, Sarr – Bourdieu (Sou 71)
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