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Thanks to goals from Kledji and Oko: FCL won 2-0 in Lausanne

Thanks to goals from Kledji and Oko: FCL won 2-0 in Lausanne

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Great win thanks to goals from Kledje and Oko: a good half in Lausanne is enough for the Champions League

Lausanne beat Lausanne Sport 2-0. But Lucerne only played well in the first half.

FC Lausanne Sport: FC Lucerne 0:2 (0:1)

FCL starting lineup

Compared to the match against GC, FCL is now making a change to the starting lineup. Instead of Lars Villier, Thibaut Kledje started in attack.

Objectives

Minute 14: FCL counterattack. Severin Otiger receives the ball on the right wing. The full-back has plenty of time, space and combinations Thibault Kledge Completely in the scene. The Togulian team does not need to ask twice and shoots the goal from the middle of the penalty area past Karlo Letica.

Assist Severin Otiger and scorer Thibaut Kledje celebrate after the goal to make it 0-1.

Photo: Martin Meinberger/Fresh Focus (Lausanne, May 15, 2024)

Minute 80: As if out of nowhere, FCL gets their second goal. Lausanne dominated the match and Lucerne produced a rare attack in the second half. Pius Dorn plays across the penalty area dummy Oko. The birthday boy has to push inside.

Match report

The UEFA Champions League is in Lausanne for the fourth time this evening, the second time against Lausanne Sport. Lucerne's record in the capital of Vaud is not at all cheerful: they have suffered two defeats and one victory – against Lausanne Ouchi – this season.

This evening too, it's the home side who start the game with more energy. Elie Nader leaves four Lucerne players in the penalty area, but Pascal Loretz fails. Because Lausanne plays offensively, there is room for a counterattack. In the 14th minute, FCL were able to turn such a counter-attack into a goal thanks to a brilliant pass from Ottiger to Klidjé. Things are less positive for Adrian Grbic. The striker was forced to leave the field injured in the 27th minute and was replaced by Villier.

Jacob Kadak (front) in a duel with Haitham Losev.

Jacob Kadak (front) in a duel with Haitham Losev.

Photo: Pascal Muller/Fresh Focus (Lausanne, May 15, 2024)

After Lucerne's opening goal, Lausanne were briefly shocked. FCL creates many opportunities. This season, the Champions League has not scored a direct goal from a corner kick. Winkler, who now has a professional contract with the FCL club, is very close to scoring. His shot from the edge of the penalty area after a corner kick almost ended up in the goal, but it could be blocked.

For top scorer Kledei, who will miss the next match due to a yellow card suspension, it was all over after the first half. He will be replaced by Teddy Oko. The swirling Frenchman celebrates his 26th birthday today. In the second half, FCL stood out more through poor passing and losing the ball than dangerous counter-attacks. The Vaudois are close to an equaliser, but the midfield bulwark is still able to hold its own.

Lucerne are restricted in their own half, and Lausanne are now trying to score from all positions. Alvin Sanchez and Haitham Losev missed the goal from a long distance. The flexible credit line needed new input, so Mario Fricke brought in Nicholas Haas and Max Mayer instead of Winkler and Kadak.

Lars Villier (left) usually loses to Noe Dossigny.

Lars Villier (left) usually loses to Noe Dossigny.

Photo: Martin Meinberger/Fresh Focus (Lausanne, May 15, 2024)

The changes made by Frick seemed to be working, and Lucerne's performances became more consistent again. However, the hosts still usually create chances. In the second half, FCL fell behind, unlike the first half, as they still had good chances to score.

As if out of nowhere, FCL scored their second goal thanks to baby Okou's birthday. In one of Lucerne's rare attacks in the second half, Dorn crossed for Oko in the penalty area. The Frenchman just has to press.

As if out of nowhere, FCL scored their second goal thanks to baby Okou's birthday. In one of Lucerne's rare attacks in the second half, Dorn crossed for Oko in the penalty area. The Frenchman just has to press. The score remains 2-0, which is a bit of fun for FC Luzern.

Here's what the FCL coach says

Mario Fricke after the win.

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FCL feedback

Levin Winkler after the game

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Ardon Gashary after the match

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FCL scores

Dorn and Otiger convince Winkler of an evening to forget: these are the Champions League results against Lausanne

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Lausanne – Lucerne 0:2 (0:1)
La Touliere Stadium. – 4519 spectators. – S.R. Gianforte.
Portals: 14. Kledigi (Otiger) 0:1. 81. Oko (Dorn) 0:2.
Lausanne: Letica. Geiger, Dossigny, Salai, Bouati; Kokorozovic (Bafundi 56); Eli (56 Kalou), Sanchez, Losev (82 Para), Diabate (82 Grippo); Labo (56.C).
Lucerne: Loritz. Otiger Jaquez, Löfgren, Lenny Mayer; Jashari; Winkler (66. Haas), Dorn; Cadac (66. Max Mayer); Kledji (Oko 46), Grbic (Villiger 27).
comments: Lausanne are without Bernedi and Custodio (both suspended), Kaplan (ill), Coyle, Rodani, Roche, Traoré (all injured). Lucerne are without Pica, Beloko, Chader, Owusu, Cemani and Spadanuda (all injured). – Red-yellow card: 85. Dosen (assault). Bookings: 42. Kledji, 43. Kokorozovic, 59. Dusin, 84. Seni, 85. Haas (all fouls).

Prospects

On Saturday, the flexible credit line will return to western Switzerland. You are competing in Yverdoun.

Results and table

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