- Former Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette lost his voice during a post-match interview after Lyon's loss to AS Monaco
- Lacazette spoke in a high-pitched voice, with fans immediately realising that something was amiss with the Lyon's captain voice
- His voice was compared with that one of the popular cartoon character Mickey Mouse
Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette had to endure a tough post-match interview after he lost his voice during a Ligue 1 game.
Lacazette was part of Lyon's side, which was beaten by AS Monaco 2-1 on Sunday night. The striker who was handed the armband after making his comeback to the club after a stint at Arsenal was at hand for the post-match duties.
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Unfortunately, the striker had lost his voice, seemingly from too much shouting in the game. The 31-year-old sounded funny as he soldiered on with fielding questions from the press.
Football fans reacted to the incident with some hailing Lacazette for his bravery in conducting the interview, while others compared him to the popular animation character Mickey Mouse.
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Quick comparisons were also drawn between his high-pitched voice and how he used to talk during his Arsenal days, further underlining that this was just a one-off incident.
The striker has so far enjoyed individual success on his return to Ligue 1. He has four goals and an assist despite Lyon losing back-to-back games in the league.
Lacazette disagreed with Lyon's head coach Peter Bosz over tactics
Sports Brief had previously reported that former Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is apparently at loggerheads with his new head coach at Olympique Lyonnais, Peter Bosz.
Lacazette rejoined the club this summer, having left them for Arsenal in 2017 on a free transfer. He has since scored the first goal of his second stint in a friendly match against Feyenoord.
It was during halftime in the match against Feyenoord that the disagreement arose. Lacazette is said to have been on different pages with the head coach over tactics.
Source: Sports Brief News