Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery has told Neymar and Edinson Cavani to sort it out among themselves after both players wanted to take a penalty against Lyon.
PSG ran out 2-0 winners over OL, thanks to own goals from Jeremy Morel and Marcelo, but it was marred by an argument between the Uruguayan and the Brazilian, with Cavani eventually missing from the spot.
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"The penalties are to be struck by a few players, one is Cavani and the other is Neymar," Emery said. "It takes a gentleman's agreement on the ground to hit the penalties.
"Afterwards, we will arrange internally for the penalties that are coming in, because I think both are able to score them, and I want the two to alternate in this exercise. If there is no agreement, I will decide. I do not want it to be a problem for us."
Speaking of the match itself, Emery remembered last season's 2-1 wins over Les Gones, who put up more of a fight against PSG's galacticos than most of the teams in Ligue 1.
"Last season we suffered both matches against Lyon," he added. "Today I wanted to win with less difficulty, but I recognise the reality, we must learn to suffer and win with difficulty.
"Of the 90 minutes, the team deserved to win. Lyon had opportunities, but over 90 minutes we did more than them."