After Racing Club Strasbourg traveled to defeat Olympique Lyonnais in Ligue 1, Alexander Djiku voiced his delight. Strasbourg, a team that faces relegation, has had a strong start to the year as they slowly climb out of the relegation zone. Strasbourg shocked Lyon at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais after a tense midweek match against second-place RC Lens.
"We shall continue to believe it in our minds." Thank you to everyone who has helped Djiku post a poem on social media.
After 30 minutes, Strasbourg had a two-goal lead thanks to goals from Jean Eudes-Aholou and Habib Diallo. Strasbourg scored twice in the span of three minutes. Alexander Lacazette, a former Arsenal striker, scored a penalty kick goal for Lyon just before halftime to equalize.
Djiku, who has six months left on his contract, will be looking to help Strasbourg stay in the playoff picture this year.Several teams are keeping an eye on the 28-year-old, including Leeds United and Wolverhampton Wanderers of England.
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