Marked OM time and lens tap. Sang et Or went on to win the Vélodrome on Saturday during the 12th day of Ligue 1 shock (0-1). The Fujian shook the visitors seriously, but they resisted before they found the mistake at the end of the match through David Pereira da Costa (78). Franck Haise’s players are second in the standings and four lengths behind Marseillais. Above all, Igor Tudor’s players suffered their third consecutive league defeat after that against Ajaccio (1-2) and at PSG (1-0) and they showed certain limits.
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Determined to respond to a competitor on the podium, the Olympians immediately pressed loud and clear. If Nuno Tavares had made his strength speak for himself multiple times in the lens area, Sead Kolasinac distinguished himself otherwise. The Bosnian was quickly warned for a foul on Seko Fofana (14) and then cleared the tendons on Florian Sotoka’s ankle, but referee Benoit Melot didn’t dare to be too difficult (16th). Tudor did not hesitate and replaced his player with Pape Gueye, who responded in defense (22).
Lin won in Marseille (0-1), Saturday 22 October 2022. / Ligue 1
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Through the stampede, the Lensois team was able to launch some counter-attacks in the first quarter of the hour. This was not the case then because they were completely suffocated. It is clear that Marseille lacked realism in the first period. Jordan Veritot did not frame his beautiful aerial shot by lying on a penalty kick (26).
Amin Harit got along well with Alexis Sanchez and then saw Bryce Samba block his shot (the 30th). Chile was overtaken at the extreme by rival defenders at six metres (40), and then lost a non-academic duel against React Samba, a former OM goalkeeper (44). Jonathan Klaus, for his part, certainly saw himself already scoring against his former teammates, but his recovery from the right only manipulated the goal (45).
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After the break, Linsoua was clearly garnered by his coach, and regained the upper hand in the grueling battle in midfield. Haise Da Costa and Wesley Sad fired in place of the disappointing Loïs Openda and the cautioned Jean Onana (57th place). Artésiens was able to respond mathematically and both teams were battered in a very intense match. Chancel asked Mbemba Samba (63th) but Fofana gave the job to Paul Lopez (67).
When Tudor saw his men weaken in the attack, Dimitri Payet, Bamba Ding and Jing’s Under fired with a single shot (76). The idea seemed logical, but it did not come to fruition. Because it was Lens who opened the score with a pivotal punch from Pereira da Costa who missed Leonardo Valerdi’s powerful shot from 25 meters before attacking Lopez (0-1, 79). The Spain international opened his counter this season and RC Lens managed to score its third win in a row at the Velodrome. Marseille has been lacking in efficiency and material resources lately. But they will have to find some mid-next week against Eintracht Frankfurt in a crucial Champions League match.
Chancel Mbemba (Marseille) in a duel with Sekou Fofana (Lens), Saturday 22 October 2022 / Ligue 1
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