Foot OM – Juninho fell in love with OM and Alexis Sanchez

OM finally gave their supporters a smile on Tuesday night by largely dominating Sporting 4-1. Something to restore Marseille’s image to all observers, including historical rivals. This is the case of Juninho, very complementary to Sanchez’s band.

Finally a performance worthy of OM’s great hours in the Champions League! This is what the fans of the Marseille club must say on Tuesday evening after their team’s brilliant victory against Sporting Portugal 4-1. The Marseillais responded presently and offered a worthy copy of their weekly Ligue 1 releases. Enough to silence those who claimed a little too quickly that OM did not have the level required to exist in C1 and above all inadequate players to this TO DO. Alexis Sanchez in particular gave the best answers.

Juninho congratulates OM and especially Alexis Sanchez

The idea that Alexis Sanchez came to La Canebière in an early retirement situation is dead and gone. The Chilean played a great game with a goal scored, a clear influence on Mbemba’s fourth and constant activity in terms of pressing on the Portuguese defense. Something to make Juninho happy. The new RMC consultant greatly appreciated the match between Sanchez and OM, opening the analysis of him in Rothen lights up with a ” Congratulations to Marseille He then made it clear what he liked about the Olympians and especially Sanchez on Tuesday night.

Sanchez, for me, is a really great player. Yesterday’s attitude, the first goal he will chase, not all forwards do it. He moves every time, he defends himself, he doesn’t let go. He is a champion. We thought it was at the end of his career, but not for nothing. […] I liked Marseille very much. […] I felt that some players were much more relaxed than with the fans. Balerdi, Mbemba … Veretout too. I felt a little more liberated yesterday. Marseille have a good team “, Released the former sporting director of OL. It is also a way to highlight Pablo Longoria’s excellent work in the transfer window, which was criticized by… Bruno Cheyrou, Juninho’s successor at the OL.

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