A goal from Kasper Dolberg was not enough to provide Nice point away to Lyon in the best French superliga, Ligue 1.
Nice lost the match by 1-2 despite a late reduction of Dolberg.
The Danish landsholdsangriber scored his goal after 78 minutes, when he came in front of Joachim Andersen, who was one of stopperne in the Lyon defense.
Dolberg was in the situation faster to see the post come from the right side and got just over a half-metre pass by Joachim Andersen, who could not reach that address.
the Goal came, however, not to mean anything for the outcome, as Nice failed to score further.
Lyon-player Jeff Reine-Adélaïde scored to 1-0 after ten minutes, while Moussa Dembele exploited a penalty kick after a little under a half an hour.
After 34 minutes Lyon became reduced to ten players when Fernando Marçal went into a tackle with the leg lifted at hip level, and sent an opposing player in the grass.
It meant a long and massive pressure from the Nice, which with a man in the majority only managed to score one time at Dolberg.
Nice was also hit by a red card to finish, as Patrick Burner, who had put up to Dolbergs scoring, got his second yellow card of the match after 86 minutes.
With the victory have Lyon in fifth place 19 points after 14 matches, while Nice, a little further down in the table has 17 points.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 19:00