Marseille and Lille draw 0-0

Marseille and Lille draw 0-0

againstHis time there was a match: a week after the serious events that led to it Om-Lyon meeting postponedThe match between Marseille and Lille took place without difficulty on Saturday at the Stade Velodrome, but also without a winner or goal (0-0). It was the next game and, if not unforgettable, it went off without incident and at least allowed us to get back to football after a terrible evening last Sunday, marked by images of a bloodied face at the hands of Fabio Grosso.

Six days after this match that was, in Gennaro Gattuso’s words, “a defeat for everyone”, there was no victory for either side on Saturday, which is fair enough, as Marseille and Lille were too innocuous to deserve three points. The result, of course, suits the Northerners better, and is undoubtedly more convincing on a collective level who remain at the top of the standings (4H).

OM is helpless in attack

OM, for its part, is still stuck in the middle of the standings (8H) And the late match that will be played on December 6 against Lyon does not explain everything. In fact, Marseille have only picked up four points in their last five tournament matches and have not progressed.

Gattuso’s work has paid some dividends, but it is not enough in attack, and Marseille has not yet won against a single team of his calibre this season, suffering defeats against Paris Saint-Germain, Monaco and Nice, and this draw against LUsc.

While he had not played for 10 days, and the win over AEK Athens gave the impression of a surge in strength, Marseille entered the game well on Saturday, positioning themselves high and very aggressive, creating several good situations, particularly through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. (5H) or Jonathan Klaus (23H).

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Aubameyang whistled

But Lille got back into the game well, with the constant provocations of Idun Zegrova or the inspirations of Jusuf Yazci, such as this ball from 40 meters that ended up on the crossbar after a very advanced and very dangerous restart from Pau Lopez, miraculously hitting the shot. .

The last chance in the first half fell to Al Homs, as Amine Harit wasted his recovery and a golden opportunity on Klaus’s cross (45).H) But the impression then was that everything was better under control on Lille’s part. The second half, characterized by uncertainty and poise for a long period, was ultimately Marseille’s, but the only shots on target were from Jordan Veretout (46′).H) and a header from Geoffrey Kondogbia (88H).

At OM, the offensive technical fouls were too numerous to create a real danger in front of Lucas Chevalier, and even if the topic began to bother Gennaro Gattuso, Aubameyang’s performance, issued under unmistakable whistles, was still very poor.

Lille, for its part, did not offer much after the break except for a wonderful shot from Angel Gomez (80H), Paulo Fonseca’s men seem satisfied on this point. The Portuguese coach also kept Remy Capela and Jonathan David, two of his attacking resources, on the bench for a long period. The Canadian striker, who was certainly demoted, only went into overtime.

For Marseille, next week starts on Thursday in Athens in the Europa League and ends on Sunday in Lens in the first round. We will have to try to collect points, because if Marseille has already had a lot of problems this season, their standing is now another classification.

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