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LIGUE 1 - Nice-OL, the euphoric reaction of Christophe Galtier

Published on: 24 October 2021

After the unexpected victory of OGC Nice against OL (3-2), Christophe Galtier had things to say. “I had opted to change the animation a bit in relation to important absentees. In the end, we were stifled for a long time, but we had to keep hope. I told my players at half-time that Lyon was a team that has a lot of matches and that could have slack. And finally, they lead 2-0. Afterwards, there was madness, enthusiasm, recklessness, and a lot of generosity on the part of the players. They were the ones who went to get her. Coming back to 2-1 puts us back in the game, the red card gives us a certain advantage and we were able to take advantage of it. I appreciated that after having equalized the players immediately returned to the front. Lyon were a bit groggy at the time, we could have been satisfied with the draw given the scenario, but in the end they went there with a lot of courage and I like that a lot. "

The coach of OGC Nice then returned to the great satisfactions of his workforce, especially among the newcomers, and also made his mea culpa: if the changes paid off, it is also because the starting eleven did not. maybe was not the right one. “When he leaves (Youcef Atal) I know he can go all the way, but I didn't expect him to do the hook, I thought he was going to put it (to Andy Delort), but this alone gives hope to the whole team and to all the supporters. (...) I appreciated the entry of little Lucas Da Cunha and Alexis Claude-Maurice, inside the game. Here we are, we knocked down Lyon in ten minutes. (...) They took a wave. When the changes are good, maybe the starting XI was worse. The reflection, it belongs to me, ”concluded Christophe Galtier, at the microphone of Prime Video.

Source: transfermarketweb.com

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