"Football is a cruel mistress for us at the moment, especially at home and in injury time," Galtier told reporters. "It's tough to swallow. We were average, even poor in the first half, but a lot better in the second even though Lyon opened the scoring with one of their first attacks.
"We reacted well and we hoped to score a second, but fortune didn't favour us. Conceding a goal in injury time - in a derby, no less - is hard to take. We expended a lot of energy to get the equaliser and then to look for a winner, and I think we paid the price at the end. The quality of one player - Yoann Gourcuff - and the presence of Jimmy Briand weighed heavily.
"We have the worst defensive record at home and that's no accident. We need to work hard to find a solution. Luckily there's a two-week break now; we'll take stock. We need to find solutions because we can't have a good season the way we're going."