Denmark's most expensive player scored on Friday, his first league goal in French football.
It was a reality, as Joachim Andersen scored Lyon's last goal in the 4-0 win away to Nimes in the French Ligue 1.
The Danish defender received the ball well outside of the box completely upresset, and he made sure with a shot to thunder the ball into the goal.
At that time Nimes has long since been reduced to only nine man, after Theo Valls after just five minutes got direct red card.
Five minutes before the break got the Nimes-player Gaetan Paquiez saw his second yellow card and thus he was also expelled, as the home team was behind 0-1.
It was also pausestillingen after Memphis Depays føringsmål on a penalty kick in the first half.
the Dane scored the first time for the Lyon 5. november, but it was in the Champions League, as Lyon beat Benfica 3-1 at home.
Joachim Andersen changed before this season from the Italian Sampdoria for the French team in a trade, which made him Denmark's most expensive footballer.
It was a matter of fact, as Lyon confirmed that the club in total paid 30 million euros (about 224 million) for the dane.
Thus was the amount higher, than when Jannik Vestergaard the year before switched from Borussia Mönchengladbach to Southampton.
at the Time confirmed Vestergaard to BT, he cost 25 million euros, which at that time was 190 million.
Lyon is in fifth place in the series with 25 points for 17 matches. Paris Saint-Germain tops the league for two matches fewer with 36 points.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 06 December 2019, 22:00