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Lyon lead the way following Guingamp triumph

Published: Saturday 4 April 2015, 19.08CET
Beaten by OGC Nice last time out, Olympique Lyonnais returned to the top of the table until Sunday evening at least after a 3-1 victory at ten-man EA Guingamp.

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Published: Saturday 4 April 2015, 19.08CET

Lyon lead the way following Guingamp triumph

Beaten by OGC Nice last time out, Olympique Lyonnais returned to the top of the table until Sunday evening at least after a 3-1 victory at ten-man EA Guingamp.

Olympique Lyonnais record their first win in three Ligue 1 games, 3-1 at EA Guingamp.
• The visitors go top of the table, two points clear of Paris Saint-Germain, for 24 hours at least.
• New French international Nabil Fekir puts Lyon ahead with a shot from outside the penalty box.
• Back from suspension, Alexandre Lacazette doubles the lead from the spot.
• Guingamp's hopes of a comeback diminish with the 44th-minute dismissal of Christophe Kerbrat.
• Claudio Beauvue reduces the hosts' arrears, Clinton Njié having made it 3-0 to Lyon.

• Paris will return to the summit if they win at Olympique de Marseille on Sunday (21.00CET).

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Last updated: 05/04/15 0.17CET

Results

French Ligue 1 2014/15

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 04/04/2015 21:57 CET

04/04/2015

LOSCLOSC3-1ReimsReims

Corchia 18, Origi 47, Roux 72

de Preville 52

Venue: Lille

04/04/2015

LorientLorient0-3RennesRennes

Mexer 17, Armand 43, Doucouré 50

Venue: Lorient

04/04/2015

MetzMetz3-2ToulouseToulouse

Maiga 25, 42, 54

Ben Yedder 22, Doumbia 90

Venue: Metz

04/04/2015

MontpellierMontpellier3-1BastiaBastia

Barrios 69 (P), Mounier 72 (P), Sanson 90+1

Sio 35

Venue: Montpellier

04/04/2015

NiceNice2-2ÉvianÉvian

Bosetti 45+1, Eysseric 68

Nounkeu 18, Gomis 78 (og)

Venue: Nice

04/04/2015

GuingampGuingamp1-3LyonLyon

Beauvue 80

Fekir 26, Lacazette 39 (P), Njié 61

Venue: Guingamp

03/04/2015

MonacoMonaco1-1St-ÉtienneSt-Étienne

Martial 68

Mevlüt Erdinç 62

Venue: Monaco

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Last updated: 04/04/2015 21:57 CET

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