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Pierre Menes charges the Gones and names their three weak links to West Ham


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On paper, the operation is not bad for OL before the return quarter-final of the Europa League next Thursday (9pm). But last night’s game scenario may leave some regrets … Led after the opening score of Jarrod Bowen at the return of the break, OL equalized through Tanguy Ndombele and so everything will be played at Groupama Stadium in six days. This parity score is hard to cash in for Peter Bosz.

“We should have won because we played a period of 11 to 10. And especially after the first period, which we dominated well,” lamented the OL coach in a press conference. We took a con goal early in the second half, but we reacted well to score. We played against a very good team and we should have enjoyed (the digital advantage, ed.). Not enough has been done and work will have to be completed next week. »

Pierre Ménès is also not overwhelmed by the performance of the Gones, which he considers to have been too timid and likely to be in danger of returning. The fault lies especially with a failing offensive sector. “It’s a good result.” 1-1, it leaves everything open for the return but there is reason to have a lot of regrets when you see the game, he analyzed on his blog. The offensive squad was quite substantial and was deficient. Whether it was Dembélé, Faivre and Paqueta, that wasn’t it. Especially the last two. It lacked commitment, and yet the Hammers weren’t bleeding well. »

To summarize

Pierre Menes delivered his analysis of the OL draw in West Ham in the first leg of the Europa League quarter-finals on Thursday in London (1-1). The columnist found the Gones offensive sector failing, including Paqueta and Faivre.



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