Olympique de Marseille, the winner at Stade Auxerre (2-0) on Saturday as part of the sixth day of the Ligue 1, confirmed its good start to the season and can calmly approach its first Champions League match scheduled for next Wednesday in Tottenham’s garden.
Rarely concerned at Stade Abbey Deschamps despite the wide rotation, the Olympic club presented itself with a fifth win in 6 league matches. Gerson quickly put OM into orbit (8) before Alexis Sanchez’s second goal late in the game after good work from Guendouzi. Success necessarily delights Igor Theodor, even if in the eyes of the Croatian technician everything is not perfect. “It was the third match in a row, it wasn’t easy. Mentally, she needed humility. Our pressure wasn’t always good. But in the end, we deserved this victory. But we had to win here.”The Olympic coach assigned a microphone Prime video.
Tudor imposes his style
Even if he arrived in a very special context right after Jorge Sampaoli’s departure, the former Croatia international has marked his territory well. Weakened by some early season controversy, Tudor now escapes criticism thanks to a very promising start to his team’s season. When asked again about the Marseille fans’ whistles at the Stade Velodrome during the first match of the season against Stade de Reims (4-1), the main interested party showed some pragmatism. “Does it seem far? Be careful, it can also change quickly (laughs). There is a passion, and many people support us. We will continue to work. I like that we are offensive, that we press the opponent. For me, the fans should have fun, I always think that way.” Explanation to the media.
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– Olympique de Marseille (OM_Officiel) September 3, 2022