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Moffi Fires Blanks As Lorient Bag Draw At Lyon In Ligue 1

Moffi Fires Blanks As Lorient Bag Draw At Lyon In Ligue 1

Super Eagles striker, Terem Moffi fired blank as Lorient played out a 1-1 draw against Lyon in Ligue 1 game on Saturday.

The Nigerian international, who was making his 7th appearance in the league, played all 90 minutes as he was thoroughly marked by the Lyon defenders.


Meanwhile, Lyon’s task was made significantly more complicated with a quarter of an hour on the clock when left-back Emerson was given his marching orders for a contact on Enzo Le Fée which referee Bastien Dechepy deemed dangerous.

Lorient took full advantage minutes later when Laurienté’s belated free-kick left Anthony Lopes with no chance to open the scoring in the 20th minutes.

However, the host leveled parity in the 51st minutes thanks to a well taken goal by Toko Ekambi to send the whole spectators into frenzy.

All efforts to score the winning goal proved abortive as Lorient defended solidly at the back.

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  • Dr. Drey 3 weeks ago


    I seriously tip Dessers for a recall to the SE soonest.

    The class and panache in his goals even though he only comes in for a few minutes most times is something to behold. He also looks to me more like the “Rohr” type of CF who can play alone upfront without actually ‘feeling left alone’, keep an entire back 4 busy all through the game even when he deosnt have the ball or when we are not in possession of the ball and also bring his team mates into the game with diagonal movements and good hold-up plays

    Between him and Sadiq Umar…one of them owns the no 2 CF role in the SE for the foreseeable future…of course with Osimhen remaining the no 1 CF for the coming decade or more.

    • pompei 3 weeks ago

      I was convinced after his Tunisia international bow. I don’t know what happened at Genk. His misadventures there do not define him as a player. His close control, pace, and ability and willingness to shoot with both feet are some of his attributes that I like. Dessers and Sadiq would be great backups for Osimhen. And when we need to play 2 upfront, any combo of the 3 will do nicely. Throw in a 4th striker (Iheanacho), and with good rotation, we will get maximum output from each striker.

  • Obiweluozo 3 weeks ago

    why is the CAR Squad not yet out? Is there any manipulation on it again by the whoremongers in the Nigerian circles. Let’s hope to see it soon.


  • Obiweluozo 3 weeks ago

    Don’t be so sure about your comment on Osimhen @Dr.Drey.This is a talent land. Anyone can lose relevance. Only consistency and high quality can guarantee such for any Nigerian player not just for Osimhen who is arguably a special breed of striker I must agree on a clear note though.