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

OM finally smiled at their supporters on Tuesday night as they heavily dominated Sporting 4-1. Something to restore Marseille’s image to all observers, including historical rivals. This is the case of Juninho, who is very appreciative of Sánchez’s band.

Finally a performance worthy of OM’s great hours in the Champions League! This is what the supporters of the Marseille club must have said to each other on Tuesday night after their team’s brilliant 4-1 victory at the expense of Sporting de Portugal. Les Marseillais ont répondu present et offert une copy worthy of leurs sorties hebdomadaires en Ligue 1. De quoi faire taire ceux qui prétendaient un peu vite que l’OM n’avait pas le level requis pour exist en C1 et surtout des joueurs inadequats pour ce do. Alexis Sánchez, in particular, gave the best answers.

Juninho congratulates OM and especially Alexis Sánchez

The idea that Alexis Sánchez had arrived at La Canebière in a pre-retirement situation is dead and buried. The Chilean played a great game with a goal scored, a clear influence in Mbemba’s room and constant activity when it came to putting pressure on the Portuguese defense. Something to make Juninho happy. The new RMC consultant highly valued the match between Sánchez and OM, opening the analysis of him in Rothen lights up with a “ Congratulations to Marseille He then clarified what he liked about Olympians and particularly Sanchez on Tuesday night.

Sánchez, for me, is a great player. The attitude that he had yesterday, the first goal that he is going to chase, that is not what all the attackers do. He moves every time, he defends, he doesn’t let go. He is a champion. We thought he was at the end of his career, but not quite. […] I really liked Marseille. […] I felt that some players were much more relaxed than with the fans. Balerdi, Mbemba… Even Veretout. I felt a little more liberated yesterday. Marseille has a good team “, Released the former sports director of OL. It is also a way of highlighting the very good work of Pablo Longoria in the transfer window, who had been criticized by… Bruno Cheyrou, Juninho’s successor at OL.

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