Lyon women paid the best possible tribute to Jean-Michel Aulas. OL won the final of the Coupe de France against Paris Saint-Germain (2-1) after quickly making it easier thanks to a double from Ada Hegerberg. The Norwegian scored two goals in the space of ten minutes (13th, 23rd) and the Parisian reaction, signed Ramona Bachmann (36th), proved insufficient for the Parisiennes.

The "Fenottes" have thus offered a new title to the man who transformed the former FC Lyon, bought in 2004, into a real winning machine of women's football, in Europe and in France, in recent years.

Aulas on the verge of tears

This title has a special flavor for Aulas, whose first public appearance since it was sidelined on May 5 by new American owner John Textor.

On the verge of tears, the now honorary president of OL represented the club during the pre-match protocol, reserving hugs and hugs for all the players, and in a more sustained way with Wendie Renard, Selma Bacha and Ada Hegerberg.

  • Sport
  • France Cup
  • Olympique Lyonnais (OL)
  • Paris-Saint-Germain (PSG)
  • Women's football