Lisandro Lopez insists Lyon must adopt a more positive approach to their UEFA Champions League second leg clash with Bayern Munich.
The French champions return to home soil a goal down after slipping to a 1-0 first leg defeat thanks to Arjen Robben's long-range effort.
Lyon were expected to take the game by the scruff of the neck when Franck Ribery was sent off, although their style of play did not change and the dismissal of Jeremy Toulalan levelled the playing field.
The Argentine striker was unhappy Lyon failed to seize the initiative in Bavaria and insists Claude Puel's side must adopt a more positive approach to the second leg at Stade Gerland.
"It's clear," said Lisandro. "The team must change their attitude and their mentality for the next match on Tuesday.
"We didn't play enough when we had the ball. We were waiting in our own half too much.
"At 11 against 11 we had chances to attack more but we didn't hurt our opponent enough and definitely not at 10 against 11.
"You saw a team that played too defensively. We have to correct the tactics and show a more positive spirit to go for victory."