at the Vélodrome, Olympique Marseille once again failed to win


Stéphane Burgatt, edited by Yanis Darras

Does the Vélodrome bring bad luck to Olympique de Marseille players? For the fourth time, the Olympians failed to win in front of their home crowd. While leading two goals to zero against Strasbourg, the Marseillais let themselves be overtaken, thus allowing the Strasbourgeois to come back to the score.

Difficult for the Marseillais to win the Vélodrome. At ten against 11 against Strasbourg, Olympique de Marseille must have done the most during this Sunday evening, leading two goals to zero. But a minute will have been enough for the Marseillais to be taken back at the final whistle, to the point that the Strasbourg player Morgan Sanson and his supporters did not avoid this comeback.

“I couldn’t believe it anymore. I thought it was going to be very, very, very complicated. But honestly, we always say that something incredible can happen in football, and that’s the truth “, Notes the Strasbourg at the microphone of Europe 1. “Anything is possible. Of course we have some regrets, but I think that at 2-0, we were all head under water. (This draw ) is a very good point which will count for the rest of the season”, he continues.

“We had to keep the score”

And the blow is all the harder for Valentin Rongier and the Olympians who remain on four games without a win in front of their home crowd. “I think maybe we had a lack of focus on hot situations at the end. Obviously, we’re pissed off. I feel like we’re making the same mistakes a bit often, especially right now. , and we can’t afford it. Honestly, we had done the job, we were 2-0 at home, we had to keep the score and we didn’t succeed”, concluded the Marseillais.

And if Strasbourg gets out of the red zone with this draw, OM sees them come back to just two points in the standings.


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