Lyon have ten points from four games
Tottenham Hotspur-bound Hugo Lloris mentioned an emotional farewell as Olympique Lyon went prime of Ligue 1 having a 3-2 victory more than Valenciennes on Saturday even though champions Montpellier claimed their very first win in the season.
France goalkeeper Lloris, who joined Spurs on Friday,Soccer Jerseys was provided a rousing reception by the residence fans when he walked on for the Stade Gerland pitch.
"I wanted to thank you for my 4 years right here.Real Madrid JerseyYou'll findalwaysgreat fans supporting a fantastic club and Lyon will oftenneed to have you," Lloris told a packed crowd after striker Lisandro Lopez handed him a jersey saying 'Thanks Hugo' on the back.
Lyon have ten points from four games, one ahead of second-placed Olympique Marseille, although Valenciennes are fifth on seven points.
Playmaker Younes Belhanda inspired Montpellier as they won 3-1 at bottom club Sochaux.
Belhanda, playing in his 100th Ligue 1 game,Custom Soccer Jerseys scored the opener from the penalty spot in the 16th minute afterbecoming fouled by centre back Yaya Banana.
Montpellier doubled their lead when striker Emanuel Herrera took advantage of confusion in the Sochaux defence to tap the ball house on 59 minutes before Remy Cabella sealed victory.
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Montpellier are 12th on 4 points although Sochaux have howeverto have off the mark.
At the Stade Gerland,Chelsea Jersey centre back Gil headed Valenciennes in front from a corner on 12 minutes but seven-times French champions Lyon hit back six minutes later.
Forward Michel Bastos fired the ball into an empty net following goalkeeper Nicolas Penneteau blundered and Bafetimbi Gomis swiftlyproduced it 2-1 from the penalty spot.
Lyon practically extended their lead when Alexandre Lacazette was narrowly off target and Gomis also hit the post.Barcelona Jersey.
The hosts finally added a third goalin the 66th minute due to Clement Grenier's effective shot from 25 metres.
Former Barcelona forward Ludovic Giuly shone as Lorient hammered Nancy 3-0 to move up to third on eight points.
Giuly grabbed the opening objective and proved a constant menace for the Nancy defence.
St Etienne won 3-0 at Bastia whilst Toulouse had been held to a disappointing 1-1 home draw by promoted Stade Reims.
Marseille can reclaim best spot by beating Stade Rennes on Sunday while big-spending Paris St Germain will look for their 1st league win of the season at Lille.
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