Montpellier stunned by super Lyon
Champions Montpellier were stunned by two goals in added time as they lost 2-1 at Lorient but Olympique Lyon made it two wins out of two by thrashing promoted Troyes 4-1 in Ligue 1 on Saturday.
Lorient's Alain Traore struck in the 91st minute and Jeremie Aliadiere's cool finish deep into stoppage time sealed a special win for the Britanny side, who almost beat title favourites Paris St Germain last weekend before a late draw.
Montpellier's Argentine striker Emanuel Herrara, bought from Chile's Union Espanola as a replacement for new Arsenal frontman Olivier Giroud, had netted his first French league goal after 37 minutes following good work from John Utaka.
The south coast side, who stunned French football by beating big-spending PSG to last term's title despite a modest budget, drew last week's season opener 1-1 with Toulouse.
Lyon had started with a 1-0 win at Stade Rennes and followed that up with a 4-1 home romp over Troyes.