A double from Depay puts Lyon fully in the fight for the title

A double from the Dutch Memphis Depay led to the victory (1-2) in Nantes this Sunday to Lyon, which maintains its expectations for the leadership of Ligue 1 that Lille maintains at the end of the thirty-third day.

The bid for the title is accentuated in France. The top four in the table are at just three points. Lille has 70, one less Paris Saint-Germain, two less Monaco, and three below, in fourth place, Lyon.

Rudi Garcia’s team took advantage of the fragility of Nantes, second to last in relegation, to reinforce their ambitions. Five minutes later he took advantage when Depay took advantage of a pass from Lucas Paquetá to beat Alban Lafont.

After half an hour, before the break, the Dutch converted a penalty signaled for a foul inside the area by Alban Lafont and totaled 18 goals, 5 behind Kylian Mbappé, top scorer.

At the time of the game, Nantes, who have already accumulated fourteen games without a win at the Stade de la Beaujoire, the worst streak in their history, closed the gap through Nicolas Pallois, who took advantage of a loose ball in the area to beat Anthony Lopes.