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- LopezZambo Anguissa67'
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Red Bull Salzburg - Olympique de Marseille
Europa League - 3 May 2018
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Full time. That's it for Marseille, who are through to the Europa League final after a dramatic comeback. They failed to manage their advantage from the first leg, but kept their nerves into extra time.
- Red cardAmadou HaidaraRed Bull Salzburg
Haidara is sent off! A second yellow for lashing out.
- GoalRolandoOlympique de Marseille
GOAL! Salzburg 2-1 Marseille. Rolando scores - A Payet corner is swung in from the right wing, it drops to Rolando who shins the ball towards goal where it creeps inside the post.
Nothing from the corner, which is cleared, and another shot brings a corner on the right this time, as Anguissa's effort is deflected.
Marseille win a corner on the left through Ocampos.
Thauvin heads away the free kick, as penalties loom.
Lainer's cross is deflected, but it seems like it was off the hand of a defender, and so Salzburg have a free kick on the right.
No chances as Ramalho attempts to clear under pressure from Thauvin
- E.T 2nd Half
We go again again again.
- End of E.T 1st Half
That's it. Half time again, so see you in a few moments.
Luis Gustavo cuts onto his left and lets fly with a low shot which goes wide of the near post.
Dabbur, falling away from goal as he runs into the box, drags a shot across the goal, running wide and for a goal kick.
- OffMorgan SansonOlympique de Marseille
- OnRolandoOlympique de Marseille
Rolando on, Amavi booked.
Caleta-Car stoops to reach a cross from the right, and thunders a header at goal. Pele falls to his right to beat it out and away with a strong wrist.
Hwang tries to hook a shot at goal, but his toe-end glances it behind.
- OffAndreas UlmerRed Bull Salzburg
- OnMarin PongracicRed Bull Salzburg
Pongracic on for Salzburg.
Tahvin takes the corner, swinging away from goal, but it's headed out and Marseille have it back in defence.
- Yellow cardDuje Caleta-CarRed Bull Salzburg
Thauvin wins a corner on the left after Caleta-Car is booked for cleaning out Payet seconds earlier.
Anguissa watches a dropping ball outside the box, and flashes a volley that goes just wide.
- E.T 1st Half
We go again.
- End of 2nd Half
Berisha has a corner, maybe the last few kicks of the game to come. Ramalho's header is blocked for another, but it comes to nothing. See you in 10 minutes for extra time.
There will be two minutes of added time, and then extra time beckons.
Two minutes ago, Thauvin struck at goal from just inside the box, and Caleta-Car blocked it with a trailing arm. It looks like it should be a penalty, but the referee perhaps rightly ignores it.
Njie thinks he's through on goal behind the defence, but he's flagged offside despite his incredulity.
- Yellow cardAndré RamalhoRed Bull Salzburg
Ramalho is the latest player to go into the book.
- OffValère GermainOlympique de Marseille
- OnClinton NjieOlympique de Marseille
Njie on for Germain. Payet booked for... something.
- OffXaver SchlagerRed Bull Salzburg
- OnTakumi MinaminoRed Bull Salzburg
Minamino on for Schlager.
The game is ragged now. Both sides need to bring on fresh legs if they want to stay in this without going out to a mistake from tiredness.
Payet's corner is headed away. Late pressure from Marseille isn't exacting Salzburg too much, for now.
Another corner on the right for Marseille, and Payet taes again. A decent effort is headed away at the near post for a throw.
- Yellow cardValère GermainOlympique de Marseille
Hwang breaks down the right after the corner comes to nothing, meaning Germain has to drag down his opposite player for a yellow.
Corner on the right for Marseille...
- Yellow cardAmadou HaidaraRed Bull Salzburg
Payet breaks forward down the middle, meaning Haidara has little choice but to pull him down and take a yellow.
Thauvin stretches to reach a header, but reaching towards it he can only loop it onto the crossbar.
A cross runs to Hwang at the back post, and with time to spare his shot is at target, but Pele can push it away.
Germain chases a ball over the top, but the 'keeper scoops it up.
- OffFredrik GulbrandsenRed Bull Salzburg
- OnHee-Chan HwangRed Bull Salzburg
Gulbrandsen off for Hwang.
- OffMaxime LopezOlympique de Marseille
- OnAndré Zambo AnguissaOlympique de Marseille
Anguissa is on for Lopes.
- Own-goalBouna SarrOlympique de Marseille
GOAL! Salzburg 2-0 Marseille. Sarr scores an own goal - A cross comes in from the right, stabbed away. It comes to Schlager, who lashes in a shot, and his effort is going wide until Sarr sticks out a leg and pokes it inside the post.
Marseille cannot put their passes together. There are a couple of touches before they lose it through carelessness or pressure fro Salzburg.
Dabbur plays a one-two into the box and as he's about to release a shot, he's blocked. Salzburg have it back, and Dabbur has space at the near post, and instead of a standard effort, he tries a backheel flick and scuffs the effort.
Marseille are sitting back, and Ramalho takes a shot from 40 yards, a swerving shot that Pele has to punch away awkwardly.
- GoalAmadou HaidaraRed Bull Salzburg
GOAL! Salzburg 1-0 Marseille. Haidara scores - A superb goal. Haidara slaloms through the middle of the pitch, past a few players who fall away from him, and he stabs it past Pele.
Salzburg have got nothing here. Marseille are the better side so far this half.
Some more bad news for Arsenal, who are one-nil down at the moment.
Ocampos cuts onto his right after collecting a cross outside the area, and from a tight angle he skids in a low shot at the side-netting.
- 2nd Half
We go again.
- End of 1st Half
That's it. Half-time. See you in 15 minutes.
A minute to come...
A minute of normal time left. It's a game that seems on its way out unless something dramatic happens early in the second period.
- Yellow cardMaxime LopezOlympique de Marseille
Lopez booked for a cynical foul on Haidara in Salzburg's half.
The corner is cleared at the near post for a throw in on the right wing. If Marseille can get into half-time with their lead intact, they will be confident. The pressure is growing.
Berisha curls in a cross from the left, Gustavo heads it up and away at the near post.
- Yellow cardBouna SarrOlympique de Marseille
Sarr is booked for bringing down Ulmer as he was about to drive into the box after controlling a high crossfield ball.
Salzburg come forward from the back, meaning Marseille are fine to drop deep and wait.
Payet curls in free kick from deep on the left, and while it isn't a poor effort, it would have been better had one or two players been there to attack it.
Amavi races back to block a cross, allowing Pele to leap towards it and claim the ball out of the air. An hour left for Salzburg to find a way through.
More defensive work from Marseille, who are watching Salzburg lose a little of their direction.
Marseille are sitting back now. They've got a quarter of the way through, and are content to look for the counter-attack.
Germain is offside as he looks set to latch onto a through ball, but then inches away from it, confusing everyone about what should have happened.
In the other match, Laurent Koscielny appears to have succumbed to a serious injury and there are already doubts over his involvement in the World Cup, while Antoine Griezmann has a serious cut to his head.
Sanson latches onto a clearance on the half-volley, on the edge of the box, but drags his shot wide of the near post.
Gulbrandsen sprints into the box, brushes past Gustavo in the box and goes to ground. He appeals fore a penalty, and it's just not clear if they should have awarded it or not. Gulbrandsen waves at an assistant referee to no end.
Berisha is hacked down, the ball runs to Dabbur, who jinks towards goal and scuffs a low shot at goal that Pele dives well to his right to save.
Ocampos passes off a throw on the left back to Amavi. He takes an age to release it and it's immediately intercepted.
Pele punches out a cross under pressure, and Marseille find Payet, who wins a foul from Schlager in his own half.
Ulmer tries a through ball for Berisha to chase, but it's too vertical and goes straight out of play.
Amavi drives in at the back post and sends the free kick over. The closest to goal either side has come so far.
Marseille attack down the right, and Payet is brought down by Caleta-Car. Free kick on the wing for Marseille.
The smoke from the flares and such is taking an age to clear. A few crosses from both sides, but no clear chances yet.
- 1st Half
The match gets underway.
There are five minutes until kick-off, don't forget you can watch the Arsenal game here.
Red Bull are 11 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga, and don't have much to worry about. That means they can either focus all their energy on European success, or grow complacent. Pick one, take a guess, and you could win football expertise.
In Ligue 1, Marseille are just two points off second, but are in fourth place in the league, which would see them fall out of the Champions League places. They're having a decent season after their occasional and regular blow-ups, and could be on the up with a relatively new owner.
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Victory for Marseille would give them something of a home advantage in the final. It will take place in Lyon, just up the road from OM. Lyon might edge it for food, but overall Marseille is the better city, and that's what's important here.
You can follow the other night's game, Atletico Madrid v Arsenal, here.
Marseille are 2-0 up going into the second leg. If they get an away goal, they should be OK, but that 2-0 advantage could well be enough to tempt them into sitting back and holding on. A dangerous if understandable approach.
TEAMS: Red Bull Salzburg: Walke, Caleta-Car, Ramalho, Lainer, Ulmer, Samassekou, Haidara, Berisha, Schlager, Dabbur, Gulbrandsen. Subs: Stankovic, Pongracic, Yabo, Leitgeb, Wolf, Minamino, Hwang. /// Marseille: Pele, Gustavo, Rami, Amavi, Sarr, Lopez, Sanson, Ocampos, Payet, Thauvin, Germain. Subs: Escales, Kamara, Mua, Njie, Rolando, Sari, Sertic, Zambo Anguissa.
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