French leaders Olympique Lyon came
back from a goal down to stay unbeaten when they drew 1-1 at
Evian Thonon Gaillard on Friday.
A powerful free-kick from Michel Bastos on 74 minutes
cancelled out Cedric Barbosa's 57th-minute opener to move Lyon
onto seven points from three games.
Evian, who finished ninth last May, won their first point of
Lyon had the control of the game until Evian took the lead
when Barbosa chested down a Yannick Sagbo cross to shoot past
France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.
The seven-time French champions then upped the tempo and
levelled thanks to substitute Michel Bastos, who already gave
them the lead last week when they came back in the second half
to thrash promoted side Troyes 4-1.
The Brazilian, who has been linked to Emirati club Al Ain
for weeks, netted when he netted the free-kick from 25 metres.
Both sides had chances to score a late winner but lacked the
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