LYON – 2 (Shaqiri 76, Dembélé 89)

Anthony Lopes, 5

Léo Dubois, 4

Jérôme Boateng, 5

Castello Lukeba, 5

Maxence Caqueret, 7

Thiago Mendes, 4

Henrique, 5

Malo Gusto, 8 – Everywhere. Started out as an attacking midfielder at youth level and was a real nuisance in a variety of forward areas here while also contributing defensively, making a key first-half last-ditch challenge on Guendozui. It was his stunning hooked cross that assisted the equaliser for Shaqiri.

Xherdan Shaqiri, 8 – Dragged his side back into the game in the second half via a well-placed header on the run for the leveller and a dipping dinked through ball to assist the winner.

Emerson Palmieri, 6

Rayan Cherki, 5

Others: Barcola 5,

Moussa Dembélé, 9 – Only played 27 minutes off the bench but managed more shots (4) and more shot-creating actions (4) than anyone else on either side and won the game in the final minute via a lightning turn that bamboozled Saliba and a deft clipped finish.

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MARSEILLE – 1 (Guendouzi 10)

Pau López, 5

Pol Lirola, 4

William Saliba, 5

Duje Ćaleta-Car, 4

Luan Peres, 4

Valentin Rongier, 5

Boubacar Kamara, 5

Mattéo Guendouzi, 6 – He played with typical intensity and fight and it was he who shook off Dubois to glance home an early header but didn’t affect the game overall as well as he has in recent times.

Cengiz Ünder, 4 – Offered minimal threat, was unable to find space to create from his flank and should have secured the points a 1-0 as he woefully swept an uncontested shot wide when put in on goal just after the hour.

Luis Henrique, 3

Dimitri Payet, 5 – A quiet evening overall. It was his precise corner that assisted Guendouzi’s opener and he produced one stunning ball into the channel for Ünder on the counter but offered little else.

Others: Harit 5, Milik 5.

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