Alexandre Lacazette has compared Ligue 1 to the Premier League and revealed one thing which French football has over the English game (via GFFN).
He’s been one of the standout players in the Premier League this season but Alexandre Lacazette still misses at least one thing about playing in France.
The 27-year-old spent eight seasons with the Lyon first team, scoring exactly 100 goals in 203 Ligue 1 matches.
This week, Lacazette was asked if he missed anything about playing in France and gave an interesting response.
“The atmosphere in the French leagues,” Lacaztte told the Lyon-based publication Le Progrès.
“In England, they are more spectators than supporters.”
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