LYON, France (Reuters) – Moussa Dembele dug into his bag of tips to rating a surprising late winner as Olympique Lyonnais got here from behind to beat Olympique de Marseille 2-1 of their rescheduled Ligue 1 match on Tuesday.
Dembele turned the visiting defenders as he collected the ball along with his again to aim earlier than chipping it over the onrushing goalkeeper for a luxurious end.
Xherdan Shaqiri had arrange the aim with a go from deep within the midfield, having earlier equalised with a 76th-minute header as Lyon fought again strongly within the second half.
Marseille had gone forward within the tenth minute via Matteo Guendouzi, rising on the close to publish to head house Dimitri Payet’s nook.
The match was performed behind closed doorways, having been rescheduled from November when the unique fixture was deserted after Payet was hit by a bottle hurled from the stands on the Groupama Stadium.
Payet fell to the bottom as he was preparing to take a nook after 5 minutes, and each groups had been despatched to the dressing room by referee Ruddy Buquet, who then determined to abandon the match after a suspension of just about two hours.
Lyon had been docked one level in December however the match was ordered to be replayed, with out spectators.
Tuesday’s win moved the house aspect up to seventh whereas denying Marseille an opportunity to go second as they misplaced for the primary time in 10 matches in all competitions.
(Writing by Mark Gleeson; Editing by Toby Davis)