With their 0-2 victory over Sporting on Wednesday, OM gave themselves the right to dream of qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League. RMC Sport’s “Droit aux rêves” features this performance with unreleased photos.
This time around, OM is (finally) released. After a disappointing start to the European season, with defeats to Tottenham (2-0) and Eintracht Frankfurt (1-0), Marseille fully re-launched itself in the race for the knockout stages of the Champions League with the signing. Two convincing victories against Sporting: first at home, at the Velodrome (4-1), then at Lisbon (2-0) on Wednesday. RMC Sport’s “Droit aux rêves” features this performance with unreleased photos.
“We can start dreaming”
The six points counted against the Portuguese allow Marseille to beat them and settle them in second place in Group D, one point behind Tottenham and two points ahead of Frankfurt. As in the first leg, where goalkeeper Antonio Adan’s wanderings tended to turn the game around, Igor Todor’s men were able to count on a favorable scenario this week. Sporting was quickly reduced to ten after Egeo was sent off, who offered a penalty to Matteo Guendouzi for a foul on Amine Harit (20). It was the VAR who confirmed the validity of the break goal, and initially rejected Alexis Sanchez (30) for offside. Sporting even finished ninth with red from Pedro Gonçalves (61).
“It’s a great feeling. I’m proud of the club and the fans. Now, with those six points, we can start dreaming about moving forward. There are still two games and everyone can go through. It feels good. Now it’s open, we have to see game by game, and do it.” What is necessary. But it is good to be in this position, ”Igor Theodore welcomed after the match Yes, OM has regained the right to dream. Let’s look at the Champions League in Al Ain again.