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Video of Alexandre Lacazette Embarrassing Sergio Ramos With Sublime Piece of Skill Surfaces
- Veteran defender Sergio Ramos was left in a heap of embarrassment by Lyon captain Alexandre Lacazette
- Lacazette's quick feet left Ramos on the deck during Lyon's French Ligue 1 game against PSG
- Ramos, however, had the last laugh as Lionel Messi's goal in the fifth minute was enough to secure victory on the night
Former Arsenal striker, now with Lyon, Alexandre Lacazette left Sergio Ramos embarrassed with an impressive piece of skill on September 18th during a Ligue 1 match.
The two players were on opposite ends when Lyon came up against Paris Saint Germain at the Groupama stadium.
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Lacazette captained Lyon into a fixture that they started as underdogs and they were behind after five minutes when Lionel Messi turned in a cross from Neymar to get his fourth goal of the campaign.
Lacazette would then get a revenge of sorts as Lyon pushed for an equaliser. The striker took the ball on the edge of PSG's penalty area before feigning a shot. Ramos went down as Lacazette strolled past him to eventually release his shot that was blocked.
Ramos is an experienced defender, having accumulated a couple of years and trophies along the way. But Lacazette's quick feet were too good for him on that occasion.
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Sports Brief had earlier reported that Lionel Messi bagged his fourth of the season to guide Paris Saint-Germain back to the top of the French Ligue 1 table.
Messi needed just five minutes to get his goal against Lyon at the Groupama Stadium on Sunday evening. It proved to be the game's only goal as PSG's impressive form under Christophe Galtier continued.
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Talk had been rife that Galtier was planning to drop one of his attackers. He started all of them, and Neymar laid off a pass to Messi inside the penalty area, to which the Argentine didn't need a second invitation finding the near post of Antony Lopes's goal.